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New Books: Me Before You by Jojo Moyes, The Shroud Codex by Jerome Corsi and The Genesis Code by John Case

Some of the many books I own and have read. No particular genre.In every page of a book is an adventure waiting to happen.I took a long hiatus from reading books because I am always busy reading reports. My regrets. It was Me Before You movie that mo...
by Random Thoughts on Jul 28, 2016

The Essential Middle Grade Summer Reading List

Over fifty book recommendations for middle grade readers!
by Book Riot on Jun 10, 2016

23 Books That Will Make You Sound Like an Intellect

Perception is greater than reality. Give the impression to anyone paying attention that you are intellectual, even before you’re old enough to be one, and it becomes their reality about you. How do you do this if all you’ve got is a brief...
by USNA or Bust on Apr 17, 2016

Recommended Reading List

Recommended Reading Former Chairman of the Federal Reserve Alan Greenspan was once quoted as saying, “The number one problem in today’s generation and economy is the lack of financial literacy”. I couldn’t agree more. I am often asked abo...
by The White Report on Mar 10, 2016

Fun & Delightful St. Patrick’s Day Kids Books

We loved reading to Sammie when she was little. We gave her so many kids books to have in her little library in the closet. We wanted to have her love reading as much as we did. Reading can just take you places you could never go. Learn about traditi...
by Dear Creatives on Feb 24, 2016

Reading List on the Net {I read too much, do too little}

I posted the first Reading List on the Net for me last week, with just two links. Here is the list that I mentioned in that post about others that I've not gotten to read yet...but I mean to. This is how I put them in a post: http://thecommonroomblo...
by North Laurel Home & School on Feb 16, 2016

Reading List on the Net {first of 2016!}

I do have another post, in draft, that has way too many links that I have kept but not completely read through. Today, though, I came across two bits on the internet that I didn't want to just leave waiting in that post. I will get back to the other...
by North Laurel Home & School on Feb 12, 2016

Mini-Syllabus: Saint Brendan, the Spiritual Navigator

For my latest Mini-Syllabus, I begin with the legend of Saint Brendan the Navigator. Saint Brendan was an Irish Bishop who, upon hearing of the Isle of the Blessed, a phantom paradise set somewhere in the Atlantic, sets out with a … Continue r...
by Stories & Soliloquies on Feb 2, 2016

ERB Weekly Digest – N.T. Wright, Poetry, Immigration Reading List, Walter Brueggemann – January 22, 2016

    On sale now for Kindle!  N.T. Wright’s Surprised by Hope. Only $3.99! [ Get Your Copy Now ]   FREE Audiobook of MOBY DICK!    *** Enter now to win a copy of Morton Kelsey’s classic book on meditation, The Other...
by The Englewood Review of Books on Jan 22, 2016

My 15 Must-Have Books For 2016

What are your must-have books for 2016?  I decided in 2016 to round up my must-have books in a list because I always have a large amount of books I want to read but not enough time to pursue them all!  By narrowing down the top 15, I am hoping tha...
by Women With Intention on Jan 22, 2016

Completed reading list: 2011-2015

Since at least 2011, I have, along with a former co-worker, kept a list of books completed each year, along with dates, the number of pages per book and the number of pages per year. My cohort...
by Our Daily Train on Dec 31, 2015

Reading List on the Net {final for 2015}

I promise this, this, is the last of the Reading List on the Net posts for this year. I had said the previous would probably be but this one really is.  A Feast of a Picnic by Jason Fiedler (It's worth it...)  It’s a wonderful and dangerous...
by North Laurel Home & School on Dec 23, 2015

Reading List on the Net {11.20.15}

Yikes! Another long reading list! You might recall that it's actually a continuation from the previous. I'm not going to split this one up though. I don't think I will get another list up before the New Year {but I've been wrong before}.  First an...
by North Laurel Home & School on Nov 20, 2015

Reading List on the Net {11.10.15}

Another compilation of various bits on the net I've been reading, watching, or looking at. It feels like so much! The last posted reading list was the first of October but some of these I'm sure are spillover from that list. I might have to carry ove...
by North Laurel Home & School on Nov 10, 2015

5 Books We’ve Enjoyed This Week & Women With Intention Wednesdays #34

**This post may contain affiliate links which means I may earn a small commission if you choose to make a purchase. As always, I only recommend products I love and use. Thank you for your support! You can read my Disclosure Policy here! Not long ago...
by Women With Intention on Aug 26, 2015

Reading List on the Net {July 2015}

It apparently takes me entirely too long to get through things I set to the side to 'read at a later date'. That 'later date' seems to keep getting later and later. These I've put here are all within July  at least (never mind the original dates on...
by North Laurel Home & School on Jul 23, 2015

Reading List on the Net {06.27.15}

Supreme Court is a Political Branch- Has the SCOTUS become a political rather than judicial branch, or has it been that way for a long time? Or is that just that some people didn't get their way with recent judgments and are labeling it as such? Perh...
by North Laurel Home & School on Jun 27, 2015

What Did Rory Read After Gilmore Girls Ended?

Did you know that Rory Gilmore read 339 books during 7 series of Gilmore Girls? 339. At first glance that’s only 48 books a year, but let’s consider the fact that while doing all that reading Rory also graduated from … Continued Y...
by Book Riot on Jun 17, 2015

Reading List on the Net {06.12.15}

A Depression-Era Medicinal Plant Map of the United States- This just looks really neat. I've attempted {not succeeded well} to become more knowledgeable about common plants that can be used for medicinal purposes. Morality, Myth, and the Imaginati...
by North Laurel Home & School on Jun 12, 2015

Reading List on the Net {06.05.15}

For some reason it really makes me smile when the links put here are from different sources. I read a lot about Charlotte Mason and education, and sometimes I link to the same website. In those cases, it's almost like I should just say, "Go read the...
by North Laurel Home & School on Jun 5, 2015


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