Friday, September 22, 2006

I READ too!!

I can't figure out how to transfer the cool little Icon everyone else has but here goes.
Katrina at I Heart books. I love them. Rows and Rows of books make me bubbly inside. I joined this little accountability circle of sorts. I am going to finish up the books in process and read the must reads. Grrr. This is my second attempt at this so I hope this posts.

Making Children Mind without Losing Yours, Dr.Kevin Leman
Captivating, John & Stasi Eldredge
Leota's Garden, Francine Rivers
Boundries with Kids, Dr.Henry Cloud-Dr.John Townsend
Changes that Heal, Dr.Henry Cloud
Love & Respect, Emmerson Eggerichs
Knitting Rules, Stephanie Pearl-McPhee aka (Yarn Harlot)

With the Troops
Nate Saint, Janet & Geoff Benge
Little House Series Laura Engalls Wilder (This is in an attempt to get a much needed break from LOTR) Not really working but I will persevere.

Lots of little books too for the mini-men too. Just not listing them here.


Katrina said...

I am very impressed that you fit in time to read with four boys running around! My two boys keep me plenty busy! I read Boundaries with Kids a while back - I thought it was pretty good. And I've heard lots of good things about Love & Respect. Thanks for joining the challenge!

Jane said...

Loetas Garden is a sweet story. Hope you enjoy your books.

Susanne said...

Leota's Garden is awesome. All of Francine Rivers books are. I also like Dr. Kevin Leman stuff.

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Jennifer said...

I also have a Leman book on my pile. I'm enjoying it so far.

I think that the Little House books are great for boys--all that log cabin building and hunting and whatnot.

Barbara H. said...

I think I may have read that Lehman book years ago - or maybe I just remember my pastor referring to it. LOVE the Little House series. Leota's Garden was very good. I don't know if I've read that particular biography of Nate Saint, but I have read of him -- very inspiring.

Happy reading!

Barbara H. @ Stray Thoughts