Saturday, January 22, 2011

Books Read in the Past Week

"What Jane Austen ATE and Charles Dickens KNEW
From Fox Hunting to Whist-the Facts of Daily Life
in 19th-Century England"
{started last week}
by Daniel Poole
(non-fiction)

"First We Have Coffee
and then we talk"
{started last week, finished on Sunday}
by Margaret Jensen
(biography, Christian [Protestant] )

"Good Old Archibald"
{started on Sunday, finished on Monday}
by Ethelyn M. Parkinson
(children's fiction)

"Here's A Penny"
{read on Monday}
"Penny and Peter"
{read on Monday}
"Penny Goes to Camp"
{read on Monday}
By Carolyn Haywood
(children's fiction)
[ One of my favorite authors when
I was a little girl]

"Little Men"
{started on Monday, finished on Friday}
by Louisa May Alcott
(children's fiction)
[I'm reading one LMA book a week,
in order of publication. I read "Little
Women" as it was originally published,
that is, as two separate books.]

"The Mystifying Twins"
{started on Friday, finished on Saturday}
by Joan Price Reeve
(children's fiction, Christian [Protestant )

"The seven 1/2 sins of Stacey Kendall"
{read on Saturday}
by Nancy J. Hopper
(children's fiction)

"It Happened to Hannah"
{read on Saturday}
by Ruth Rounds
(children's fiction)

"Papa's Place"
{started on Saturday}
by Margaret Jensen
(biography, Christian, [Protestant] )