Nap times have gotten shorter or my list of things to do in the only sane 90 minutes of the day has gotten longer. Possibly some combination of the two. So this will be very short. Kreeft, Lewis, and Eliot are always worth reading. Educating Esme was engaging and entertaining and I will definitely be looking for more novels by Alexander McCall Smith.
I am going to come up short of my 150 book goal for 2012. If I could count all of the Diego and Dr. Seuss books that I have read aloud, I would probably double that number, though.
January First – Michael Schofield
Before I Go – Peter Kreeft
The Horse and His Boy – C.S. Lewis
Educating Esme – Esme Raji Codell
The Four Quartets – T.S. Eliot
The Wisdom of Julian of Norwich – Monica Furlong
The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe – C.S. Lewis
The Million Death Quake – Roger Musson
The Mermaid’s Mirror – L.K. Madigan
The Importance of being 7 – Alexander McCall Smith
Beautiful – Cindy Martinusen-Coloma
The Weight of Silence – Heather Gudenkauf
The Paleo Answer – Loren Cordain