Saturday, June 16, 2007

What the Readers are Reading: Part the Second

Well, here is the second list of what the readers are reading. There will be at least two more posts to look forward to, but plenty here to fill up your library basket. Enjoy.


Blog: Understanding the Information Reformation That's Changing Your World by Hugh Hewitt

Breaking Bread: The Spiritual Significance of Food by Sara Covin Juengst

Climbing Parnassus Tracey Lee Simmons

The Cloister Walk by Kathleen Norris

Coming Home to Eat: The Pleasures and Politics of Local Foods by Gary Paul Nabhan

The Creative Habit: Learn it and use it for life by Twyla Tharp

A Diary of Private Prayer by John Bailie (Hmmm...this was on at least four of my readers' lists...maybe I'll need to look into this one.)

The Drama of the Scriptures by Michael Goheen and Craig Bartholomew

Guilt, Grace, and Gratitude: Lectures on the Heidelburg Catechism" by George W. Bethune

In, But Not Of: A Guide to Christian Ambition by Hugh Hewitt

Kabul Beauty Schoolby Deborah Rodriguez

Morning and Evening by Charles Spurgeon

On The Incarnation by Athanasius

The Ragamuffin Gospel: Good News for the Bedraggled, Beat-Up, and Burnt Out by Brennan Manning

Righteous Sinners: The Believer's Struggle with Faith, Grace, and Works by Ron Julian

Of special note: Righteous Sinners is written by one of the tutors at Gutenberg College. The reader received this volume from us in an ongoing, all-in-fun competition between fathers to attempt to get their daughters to attend the same college. This was part of our Gutenberg ad campaign which was not quite as impressive as the "we'll remodel the garage and the girls can live here" part of the Biola Torrey Honors Program ad campaign. May the best college win!

The Rule of St. Benedict

A Severe Mercy by Sheldon Vanauken

Work: The Story of Experience by Louisa May Alcott


The Complete Works of Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

The Fairie Queen by Spenser

In The Company of Cheerful Ladies by Alexander McCall Smith

Les Miserables by Victor Hugo

Mountains of Spices by Hannah Hurnard

Rose in Bloom by Louisa May Alcott

The Secret Garden by F. H. Burnett

Watership Down by Richard Adams

White Fang by Jack London

The Yiddish Policemen's Union by Michael Chabon

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