You’ve probably noticed that I’ve already posted several of these lists, slightly changed.
That’s because soon after finish (or set aside for one reason or another) a book in a
particular category, I start a new one.
A Daily Devotional
Every Day Is A Gift
One Catholic Book:
True Devotion To Mary *
by St. Louis de Montfort
Two Works of Fiction:
One Collection of Stories:
Story Time With Grandma # @
Compiled and Revised by Mary Elizabeth Yoder
One Full-Length Book:
Pollyanna * #
by Eleanor H. Porter
One Jewish Book
People Speak 3
by Chaim Walder
One Work Of Nonfiction:
A Study Of Nineteenth Century Evangelical Writing For Children
by Margaret Nancy Cutt
One Play/Collection Of Plays:
Modern Monologues For Young People # ^
by John Murray
My reading always includes at least:
One book I’ve never read before
One children’s/YA book.
A book can fit into more than one category.
For example, Chaim Potok’s “The Chosen” is both a Jewish book,
and a work of fiction.
I also read several picture books a week,
and an occasional comic book, graphic novel, or collection of strips/panels
* = “classic”
^= “reading for the first time”
&=”more than one category”