Trish over at A Joyful Heart is hosting the Winter Reading Challenge. I haven't participated in any of the challenges since last Spring. Not that I've put all the books away or anything. I just didn't want to have structure attached to my reading. But now I'm ready to jump back into the reading challenge fun.
Here's my list, in no particular order.
- The Bible (NKJV) - God
- The Ministry of Motherhood - Sally Clarkson
- The Oak Leaves - Maureen Lang
- Mere Christianity - CS Lewis
- Parenting is Heart Work - Turansky & Miller
- If It's Not One Thing, It's Your Mother - Anita Renfroe
- Esther - Chuck Swindoll
- A Biblical Home Education - Ruth Beechick
- If You Can't Lose It, Decorate It - Anita Renfroe
- Great Expectations - Charles Dickens
Oops - no read-aloud books as a family. I'll have to figure out what we'll be reading since we're starting a new unit. Chances are I'll add others and not finish all of these; I just seem to function that way. Oh, I also noticed that there isn't much in the way of fiction there. I like reading all types of books, but I usually have something in the fiction category that I read before bed. I doubt that "The Oak Leaves" will sustain my bedtime reading for the next 10 weeks or so. I'm sure I can find something to fill in that gap.