I feel my mind turning to mush after reading too much fiction in June!
Thinking that I would enjoy some light reading one weekend, I bought Deeper Water, the first title in the Tides of Truth series by Robert Whitlow, for 25 cents from the used book shelf at the library. The story followed a young Christian law student interning with a prestigious law firm and trying her first case. I was so captivated by the story and the characters that I checked out the other two books in the series from the library and read those, too!
I also finished What to Eat by Marion Nestle, one of the longest books I’ve read in awhile. It was full of information about the foods available to us, how they’re processed (or not), and how to make the best choices when deciding what to buy and eat. I did get bogged down in a few portions of the book that were a bit more technical, but still highly recommend this book for anyone seeking to make healthful food choices.
I began reading Rilla of Ingleside aloud with my ten-year-old. She and I also read Addie Slaughter. At the library, I was able to find age-appropriate children’s books about William Shakespeare, Charles Dickens, Mark Twain, Louisa May Alcott and Laura Ingalls Wilder for last week’s summer learning program theme of famous authors.
On Friday I’ll be sharing my latest non-fiction(!) read as well as giving away a copy of the book.
What have you been reading lately?
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