Book List 2007


I have decided to list the books that I have read or am hoping to read, some for me, some for the kids.   I get a lot of my ideas from Jennifer’s blog Snapshots .  Also other places, that I’ll give links to later when I have more time.  🙂  I’ll also sort them better.

Have read:

  • Blessed Child by Ted Dekker
  • A Man Called Blessed by Ted Dekker
  • Saint by Ted Dekker
  • The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis
  • Perelandra by C.S. Lewis
  • The Cat of Bubastes by G.A. Henty

On reading list:

  • The Teenager’s Guide to the Real World by Marshall Brain
  • A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith
  • Queen of the Castle by Lynn Walker.  It is a no brainer why I need this one.  LOL

Children’s Books

  • Duck Duck    by Edna Miller
  • The End by David LaRochelle
  • God’s Quiet Things by Nancy Sweetland
  • The Quiltmakers Journey by Jeff Brumbeau
  • The Best Kind of Gift by Kathi Appelt
  • Chester’s Way by Kevin Henkes

The above is a list from A Path Made Straight .

Below are some of the books off of our bookshelves.  More to be added.

  • No Accounting for Tastes by Aileen Fisher
  • THe Emperor’s Nightingale by Hans Christian Andersen, Translated by Gerda M. Andersen
  • The Birdwatchers by Simon James
  • The Big Snow by Berta and Elmer Hader
  • The Song of the Day Birds and the Night Birds by Dahlov Ipcar
  • Animals at my Doorstep by Helen Hoover
  • Down Down the Moutain by Ellis Credle
  • OLIVIA by Ian Falconer
  • I, FreddyDietlof Reiche
  • A Family of Poems by Caroline Kennedy
  • A Guest is a Guest by John Himmelman
  • Mr. Pine’s Purple House by Leonard Kessler
  • Make Way for Ducklings by Robert McCloskey
  • The Little Red Lighthouse and the Great Gray Bridge by Hildegarde H. Swift
  • The Little House by Virginia Lee Burton
  • Follow the Wind by Alvin Alvin Tresselt
  • Andy and the Lion by James Daugherty

Updates will accure without warning.  😀

3 responses to “Book List 2007

  1. I would love to see if you could get a copy of the Teenage Liberation Handbook. I bought it for my daughter Renee and she loved it while homeschooling however it didn’t stick with her. Hopefully it will with the little ones

  2. Love the lists! Always looking for fresh ideas.You are full of them!

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