Lots of reading going on here with school being out. Well let’s face it, even when school is on there’s lots of reading going on here. 🙂
Myself – I read a Grace Livingston Hill book this week that I downloaded for free on my Kindle…The City of Fire. Grace Livingston Hill started the Christian romance genre. When my grandfather was in a major car accident and had to spend months in the hospital he was so taken with the idea of a Christian romance that he read as many as he could get. This one had a different twist because the main character is a twelve-year-old boy so, of course, the romantic interest wasn’t his.
14-year-old daughter – Lady Vernon and Her Daughter – a take-off on a little-known work of Jane Austen’s
13-year-old son – The Endless Steppe (a Jewish girl taken with her family by the Russians and sent to Siberia during World War II) and The Wild Children
11-year-old son – The Long Winter by Laura Ingalls Wilder
9-year-old daughter – She’s on a Beverly Cleary kick with Ramona the Pest and Henry and Beezus.
7-year-old daughter – She’s been reading a lot to her two little brothers. They enjoy the Little Jewel books from the Rod and Staff Publishers and The Golden Books.
What has your family enjoyed reading this week?
Jennifer is the happily married wife of a pastor and the somewhat-tired-but-oh-so happy mum to eight beautiful children. She loves to try new healthy recipes, sew, read to her children, garden and play the piano.
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