Top Ten Books
I Wouldn't Mind Santa Bringing Me
I'm a very eclectic reader.
So I'd be surprised if you have any of these on your list.
(Though if you do, let me know.
I'm always interested in making the acquaintance of quirky readers like myself.)
Almost Amish by Nancy Sleeth
I like simple.
Here's a little about it from a Booklist review:
"Here he (the author) does away with the book format—a thing between two covers that has a story that begins and ends—entirely in favor of a huge box containing 14 differently sized, formatted, and bound pieces: books, pamphlets, broadsheets, scraps, and even a unfoldable board that would be at home in a Monopoly box."
Doesn't that sound fun?
Little Paris Kitchen
How Children Succeed by Paul Tough
Were our grandparents right? What really matters is
not our smarts but our character?
Europe on 5 Wrong Turns a Day
Love travel narratives.
A Family in Paris
Paris. Love Paris books.
The Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm
Two dozen of the best stories plus
the best illustrations from the 1850s to the 1950s.
Crust and Crumb
For serious bread bakers.
I'm a serious bread baker.
Language for a New Century
Poetry. From the Middle East, Asia and "beyond".
Photo Op: 52 Inspirational Projects for the Adventurous Image-Maker
I checked this out from the library and loved all the photography projects.
Now I want a copy of my own.
Pssst! Hey, Santa! Check Amazon for my full wish list!
How about you? What are you hoping Santa will bring?
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