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Wednesday, October 06, 2010

4 Simple Goals -- Narnia

It's been a slow start for this goal, but I am reading new books. I decided to start with The Chronicles of Narnia. No reason to bite off more than I can chew, right? I'm a firm believer in not setting oneself up for failure, so I purposefully chose a youth book that would be easy to follow when read in small snippets.

I finished book one and will be picking up book two this week from the library. I can't believe I haven't yet read this series. It's so fun!

Suggestions for my next book/series to tackle? I've heard the Hunger Games series is a good read. Anything else?

6 comments:

  1. How fun! I just started easing back into reading for fun about a year ago. I like youth series because they are quick easy reads. I am currently working through the Shopaholic series and Percy Jackson/ Lightning Thief series. Narnia sounds like a fun one to pick up next. If you're on good reads look me up.

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  2. The Art of Racing in the Rain. Beautiful.

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  3. If you haven't read Percy Jackson yet, do it!great books that are fun and pretty quick reads. I know there is something else I have read lately that I loved but I can't remember what it is.

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  4. Good call on "The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe!" That's still one of my top 10 favorite books. I re-read it a few years ago and openly wept.

    I'd make a suggestion for your next book, but I fear you and I have drastically different tastes.

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  5. Along the lines of beautiful, somewhat spiritual YA classics is the Wrinkle in Time series. Most people have read the first book, but I really love all five. They make my soul soar.

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  6. I remember reading Narnia while I nursed Julie. Good times! The Giver by Lois Lowry is a good book. It's a young adult book as well, so it's a really easy read. The Help by Kathryn Stockett.

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