Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Fall Into Reading 2009

So I don't forget, this is going at the top....Katrina over at Callapidder Days is once again hosting her "Fall Into Reading" challenge. I love to read & I love challenges so I am once again participating even though I know my list is going to definitely change throughout this challenge due to my "blogging for books" commitment. But that's okay - it keeps things fresh right?

The challenge runs throughout fall which starts today (imagine that - the first official day of fall is TODAY! It's crazy I tell ya!) September 22nd & goes through until December 20th (which means the very next day marks the official start of winter - waaaahhh! ooops, sorry...)

Here is what I think I'll be reading but there are no guarantees what this list will look like come December 20th. (I am including links to Amazon when I can.)

I'll call that list good for now. I know I'll add more on & probably won't get to all of these, but for now, this is a good start. Happy Fall Reading!

Be sure to go to the Fall Into Reading page to check out what everyone else will be reading and also to sign up!

Edited to add....

Apparently I should have checked out lists before posting mine. I just posted my list about 10 minutes ago & here I am already adding books to it....


  1. I like Max Lucado's books too..
    Enjoy your reading..

  2. Love your blog! And you have a great reading list too! I love everything I've read by Lucado, and Phantom Tollbooth is one of my all time faves since I was in 6th grade!

  3. Looks like a great list! My son and I are reading through L'Engle's A Wind in the Door right now -- I loved that whole series when I was a kid. And I'd like to read The Hobbit with him sometime soon, too.

    Enjoy your fall reading, and thanks for being part of the challenge!

  4. I just read The Hobbit last week (finally!) and enjoyed it. It would be a great one, I think, to read with a child or teen, either out loud, or concurrently. I also love love loved Peter Walsh's It's All Too Much. For those of us who are a bit organizationally challenged, he gives fantastic guidelines for going room by room through your house and trying to figure out what "belongs" where. I thought it was a fantastic book. Hope you like it, too :) Good luck on all your reading!

  5. The Phantom Tollbooth is one of my favourite books of ALL TIME!!!! I confess to never having finished the Hobbit, though.


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