June in Books

As those of you who’ve been visiting here for more than about six months know, one of my favorite things to do is read. And when I say read, I don’t mean magazines or newspapers. I don’t mean websites or blogs. I mean books. There is something about...

These Wintry Nights: Four Good Books for Christmastime

Since our move, our books have been in disarray. Half of them are in boxes in the garage, awaiting shelves. The other half are shoved almost willy-nilly onto the shelves we do have, awaiting their chums’ arrival so they can be put in order once more. So it was a...

Toothy Cows, Nameless Dark Lords, and Lost Jewels (oh my!)

Last month I read the first book in Andrew Peterson’s Wingfeather Saga, On the Edge of the Dark Sea of Darkness, to my kids. It was so delightful that my husband joined us for story time, too. This is a big deal. Many of the books I read he decides are not worth his...

Story-Formed: an Interview with Sarah Clarkson (part two)

Today is part two of my interview with author Sarah Clarkson. At 29, Sarah has already written two books, Journeys of Faithfulness: Stories of Faith for Young Christian Women and Read for the Heart: Whole Books for Whole-Hearted Families. She also writes a beautiful...

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