Saturday, May 27, 2017

Books Read In The Past Week



Books read for the first time are marked with a #
Books are listed by author (or series creator),
and not necessarily in the order read.



"My Daily Spiritual Companion"
by Marci Alborghetti
daily devotional reading for 2017
I liked the book I used last year better

"Fun E-Farm"
by Heather Wiseman
(physical copy)
[children's fiction, Protestant (denomination(s) unspecified) "todaysgirls.com" series, (created by Terry K. Brown)]


"Intimate Practices: Literacy and Cultural Work in U. S. Women's
Clubs, 1880-1920" 
by Anne Ruggles Gere
[nonfiction]

"Reproachfully Yours"
by Lucile Hasley
[nonfiction, Catholic, humor]

"Little Girl With Seven Names"
by Mabel Leigh Hunt
[children's fiction, historical (time not given, but before 1900) ]

"Anne Of The Island"
"Anne Of Windy Poplars"
by L.M. Montgomery
[fiction, historical, 1880s]

"Here's Lily!"
"Lily Robbins, M.D. (Medical Dabbler)"
"Lily And The Creep"
"Lily's Ultimate Party"
"Ask Lily"
"Lily the Rebel"
"Lights, Action, Lily!"
"Lily Rules!"
"Rough and Rugged Lily"
"Lily Speaks!"

"Horse Crazy Lily"
"Lily's Church Camp Adventure"
"Lily's In London?!"
by Nancy Rue
[children's fiction, Protestant, no
denomination(s) specified) ]

"The Midnight Test"
by Elmo Stoll
[children's fiction, Amish]
(openlibrary.org loan)

"Ginnie and Geneva"
"Ginnie Joins In"
by Catherine Woolley

[children's fiction]
(openlibrary.org loans)














Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Children and the Legion of Decency

If kids had reviewed movies for the Legion of Decency, there is one thing that would have definitely gotten a film a "C" rating:  The dog dies.

Saturday, May 20, 2017

Books Read In The Past Week



Books read for the first time are marked with a #
Books are listed by author (or series creator),
and not necessarily in the order read.



"My Daily Spiritual Companion"
by Marci Alborghetti
daily devotional reading for 2017
I liked the book I used last year better


Chapter 2 of
"Minutes From The Great Women's Coffee Club
Timeless Wisdom From Remarkable Women" #
by Angela Beasley
[nonfiction]
there are 12 chapters, and I'm reading one a month.
I've given my reason in this post

"Kitty At St. Clare's"
by Pamela Cox
(authorized)
"Claudine at St. Clare's"
"Fifth Formers of St. Clare's"
by Enid Blyton
"The Sixth Form At St. Clare's"
by Pamela Cox
(authorized)
[children's fiction, Enid Blyton's St. Clare's series]


"Power Drive"
by Nancy Been Peacock
"Unpredictable"
by Tess Kindig
(openlibrary.org loans)
"Fun E-Farm"
by Heather Wiseman
(physical copy)
[children's fiction, Protestant (denomination(s) unspecified) "todaysgirls.com" series, (created by Terry K. Brown)]

"Comfort Pease and Her Gold Ring" #
by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
[children's fiction, historical, 1800s]
(free online book)

"Intimate Practices: Literacy and Cultural Work in U. S. Women's
Clubs, 1880-1920" 
by Anne Ruggles Gere
[nonfiction]

"Girl In The Witch House"
by Ruth Langland Holberg
[children's fiction, historical, 1770s]

"Betsy and Tacy  Go Downtown"
by Maud Hart Lovelace
[children's fiction, historical]

"Anne Of The Island"
by L.M. Montgomery
[fiction, historical, 1880s]

"True Devotion To Mary"  
by St. Louis De Montfort
translated by Fr. Frederick Faber
[Catholic spiritual classic]
appropriate for this month