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March 11, 2010


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Little Women.


Oooh, good answer. It would be good with Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell too.


Ok mine TOTALLY isn't an English classic, but I did download some Alexandre Desplat and listen to it while reading..."The Christy Miller Series". Hahahahahaha. I included a book, so that stil counts right?? But were I to win, I would listen while reading "Pride & Prejudice" or "Jane Eyre"


Lucky for you winning is not based on quality of book choice. Ha.


Maybe if I was listening to that playlist I'd finally read my penguin classics edition of Sense and Sensibility - the pretty red and teal one.


ideally? i'd finish a farewell to arms, a classic, though an american one.

realistically? cosmo.


If I were to win I would read this book "The Know-It-All: One Man's Humble Quest to Become the Smartest Person in the World", Its about a guy who reads the abridged set of the Encyclopedia Britannica.


I would read one of the following books:

*Adventures in Missing the Point – Tony Campolo and Brian McLaren
* Animal, Vegetable, Miracle – Barbara Kingsolver
* Ariel – Sylvia Plath
* Children of the Day – Sandra Birdsell
*Christians in a Secular World – Kurt Bowen
* Church on the Other Side – Brian McLaren
*Confessions of an Ugly Stepsister – Gregory Maguire
* Creative Ministry – Henri Nouwen
* Do Hard Things – Alex and Brett Harris
* Forgotten God – Francis Chan
* Good to Great – Jim Collins
* Good to Great and the Social Sectors – Jim Collins
*Grace (Eventually): Thoughts on Faith – Anne Lamott
* Jesus Wants to Save Christians – Rob Bell
* Justice Not Charity – Douglas Roche
*Mastering the Management Buckets – John Pearson
* Of Love and Shadows – Isabel Allende
* On the Road – Jack Kerouac
* Only in London – Hanan al-Shaykh
* Plan B: Further Thoughts on Faith – Anne Lamott
* Persuasion – Jane Austen
* Prayer – Phillip Yancey
* Prodigal Summer – Barbara Kingsolver
* Race Against Time – Stephen Lewis
* Ralph Could Have Been a Superstar – Rich Vivone
*Relational Leadership – Walter C. Wright
*Rich Christians in An Age of Hunger: Moving from Affluence to Generousity – Ronald Sider
* Sex God – Rob Bell
* Stand: A Call of the Endurance of the Saints – John Piper and Justin Taylor
* Sub-Merge – John B. Hayes
* The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn – Mark Twain
* The Book of Stanley – Todd Babiak
* The Case for Christ – Lee Strobel
* The Covenant – James A. Michener
* The Essential Drucker – Peter F. Drucker
* The Flying Troutmans – Miriam Toews
*The Four-Day Win – Martha Beck
* The Great Divorce – C.S. Lewis
* The Horse and his Boy – C.S. Lewis
*The Hunchback of Notre Dame – Victor Hugo
* The Jesus Storybook Bible – God, with help from Sally Lloyd-Jones
* The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe – C.S. Lewis
* The Magician’s Nephew – C.S. Lewis
* The National Dream (The Great Railway 1871-1881) – Pierre Berton
*The Pursuit of God – A.W. Tozer
* The Tiger Claw – Shauna Singh Baldwin
* The Undercover Economist – Tim Hartford
* The Way of the Shepherd – Dr. Kevin Leman and William Pentak
* Walk On – Steve Stockman
* Walking – John Stanton
* White Teeth – Zadie Smith
* Yours, Mine & Ours: Creating a Compelling Donor Experience – Barry McLeish
* 28 Stories of AIDS in Africa – Stephanie Nolen


Also, Becky, are you coming to Ladies' Retreat at Camp Evergreen? Because Robin Jones Gunn is our speaker.


OH MY GOODNESS kerry...are you kidding me?? Hahaha that's SOOO awesome! When is it?


I'm so glad to see you reading Tolstoy! I read that book a few summers ago and couldn't put it down... well I could, some parts are definitely more readable than others. Still remember the last pages!
As for a book, I saw White Teeth up there. Got 100 pgs in and put in down, now my BF is trying to get through it. I've really been wanting to read Fall On Yours Knees. Check out the Canada Reads Book Club, a lot of fun stuff in there.


Any of the 'Elsie Dinsmore' series. They are very old and English and I loved them when I was in grade 5 or so. I revisited them 10 years ago and still loved them.


Kerry, that is fantastically awesome. Becky, please go and leave a full report in Natasha's comments. If I were anywhere near Alberta I would totally be there April 16-18 (well worth the Googling). If only I still had the Christy Miller series to have autographed. :)


April 16-18, and it's at Evergreen and it's going to be AMAZING. I'm sorry you are NOT in Alberta, Michelle, because it's going to be AMAZING!






No never give anything me......oh wait...


THANKS! That's fantastic. I'm looking forward to it.


Still looking forward to it...

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