Saturday, March 14, 2015

Books Read In The Past Week

Books read for the first time are marked with  a #

Books, (except Sunday books) are grouped by author, and not necessarily in the order read.


Sunday books
"The Joy of the Lord" (Regina Marie  and the Mysteries of Heaven Book 1) #
by Mark Andrews
[fiction, contemporary and Biblical]
(Kindle book)
I have mixed feelings about this book.
I enjoyed the contemporary storyline,
but certain parts of the Biblical storyline
made me a bit uncomfortable. 

"Least of All, Me"
by Sr. Anthony Marie, OSF
[Catholic fiction, based on fact]

"But Thy Love and Thy Grace #
by Fr. Francis J. Finn, S.J.
[fiction]
(free online book)


Weekday Books
"The Clubwoman's Book" #
by Helen M. Avery
and Frank w. Nye
(openlibrary.org loan)
{carried over from last week}

"To Teach, To Love"
by Jesse Stuart
[autobiography]
(openlibrary.org loan)
{carried over from last week}
didn't finish due to problems
with my computer. 

"Betsy's Wedding"
by Maud Hart Lovelace
[fiction]

"Trials for the Chalet School" #
by Elinor M. Brent-Dyer
[children's fiction]

"Never Go Anywhere With Digby"
by Ethelyn M. Parkinson
[children's fiction]

"Penina Levine is a Potato Pancake"
"Penina Levine is a Hard-Boiled Egg"
by Rebecca O'Connell
[children's fiction, Judaica]

"Jenny Archer, Author"
by Ellen Conford
[children's fiction]

"The Naughtiest Girl In The School"
"The Naughtiest Girl Again"
"The Naughtiest Girl Is A Monitor"
by Enid Blyton
[children's fiction]

"I Should Worry, I Should Care"
"Finders Weepers"
by Miriam Chaikin
[children's fiction]

"Calling Doctor Amelia Bedelia" #
by Herman Parish
nephew of Peggy Parish
[picture book]
(openlibrary.org loan)

"The Books You Read"
(AKA "The People You Meet
and The Books You Read
Professional Edition") 
edited by Charles E. Jones
foreword by Og Mandino  
[non-fiction]
(various people in various fields
comment on their favorite books, 
and/or about books and reading in general.)
{carrying over into next week}


"A Lesson For Janie"
by Dorothy Simpson
[children's fiction]
(openlibrary.org loan)
{carrying over into next week}


A Book for Weekdays AND Sundays
"The Imitation of Christ"
by Thomas A Kempis
[Kindle book]


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