My Books – November 2015

My Books November (Medium)


Thought I would share with you what I have been busy reading this month. I have most of these stacked on a side table by my comfy seat in the lounge room. A couple at my desk where I have my quiet times in the mornings, and a couple beside my bed.

Some days I only manage to read during my quiet time before everyone else wakes up and then for ten minutes during our morning break. And other days, I can manage to squeeze in half an hour before bed plus an additional half hour during the afternoon. I am not too concerned about how much reading I get done, just that I do some!

These are at my desk:

Power In Prayer by Andrew Murray

Switch On Your Brain by Caroline Leaf

I have never read these, but I will be adding these to my daughters reading lists next year. I used to skim when pre reading, but now I actually take the time to read and enjoy the book myself 🙂 I am so loving Pollyanna! Oh I don’t want that book to finish.


Pollyanna by Eleanor H. Porter

Thimble Summer by Elizabeth Enright

Five Little Peppers and How They Grew by Margaret Sydney


These books are all from book discussions that I am participating in. Even if I don’t comment or actually discuss them, I am being held accountable with the reading timetable 🙂


When Children Love To Learn By Elaine Cooper and Eve Anderson

Minds More Awake by Anne White

A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens

Mission of Motherhood by Sally Clarkson


These are my ‘just because I want to read them’ books. Sometimes I can read a paragraph or a whole page of one of these while waiting for one of my daughters to finish a subject or work on a maths problem.


Six Ways to Keep the Little In Your Girl  by Dannah Gresh and Fern Nichols

A Charlotte Mason Companion by Karen Andreola

Corrie Ten Boom by Janet Benge

Trim Healthy Mama by Serene Allison and Pearl Barrett

I would love to hear what you have been reading 🙂 Send me an email or pop it in the comments.

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