This summer I am finding myself in such need of simply resting and reading. And since I thought that you might need this too, I’ve gathered some of the something good to read I’ve shared before. Now I know that none of us mamas are able to read for long stretches. But I encourage you to place some good reads…
- …on an end table.
- …beside the bathtub.
- …on the coffee table.
Read during quiet time or whenever you can get five minutes. Read one book or several books at a time. Don’t miss out on this wonderful habit. I’ll start with some old favorites and end with my newest favorite.
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What’s on Your Coffee Table? Max Lucado’s Fearless, When You Rise Up: A Covenantal Approach to Homeschooling by R.C. Sproul, Jr. and Setting the Records Straight by Lee Binz, Educating the Whole-Hearted Child by Clay and Sally Clarkson.
Love the Journey – “you are the expert in one way at least. You know your child best.” A favorite from last summer.
Shape Your Heart for Homeschooling with Books – Who dares to teach must never cease to learn. ~ John Cotton Dana (All those books that shaped my heart for homeschooling)
Bible Study and Character Training for Multiple Ages – I share with you our favorites. Some we turn to for family devotion time. Some we have available for our children to enjoy independently.
Favorite Books for An Eight-Year-Old Girl – oh, these are good!
New She Reads Truth studies – Hymns III and Women in the Word.
But right now this is MY favorite! Because I’ve reread the Mitford series I don’t know how many times and this one, this one is really good.
And I’ll leave you with a quote of a quote from this book…
“A good book has no ending.” – RD Cumming
What is something good you are reading?