Hooked on Books- October edition

Hi!  I’m here for another monthly addition of what I am reading.  Now that Fall has arrived in the Midwest, I’m looking forward to more afternoons spent inside enjoying books.

This blog, How do you stop feeling guilty about taking time to read? from Crystal at Money Saving Mom was super helpful.  Ladies, we shouldn’t feel guilty about reading!  There are numerous statistics to support why it’s important for adults to read, but I also believe it’s important for our children to see us reading!  I want my kids to see books as leisure. I can’t think of a better habit to instill in them.

In September I finished the following books:

I’m Happy for You (Sort of…not really) by Kays Wills Wyma

15 Invaluable Laws of Growth by John C. Maxwell

For the Love by Jen Hatmaker

And I’m still reading Kangaroo Dreaming (out of print) because it is the most in-depth book about Australian travel and wildlife THAT MAY HAVE EVER BEEN WRITTEN.

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October Reading List

Longing for Paris: One woman’s search for joy, beauty, and adventure– right where she is by Sarah Mae

The Hole in our Holiness: Filling the Gap between Gospel Passion and the Pursuit of Holiness by Kevin DeYoung

Einstein Never Used Flash Cards:  How our Children Really Learn– and Why They Need to Play More and Memorize Less by Kathy Hirsh- Pasek

 

Have you read any of these?  Any you hope to read soon?  Ever feel guilty for reading?

 

More info:

September Reading List

July Reading List

 

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