Happy November! I’ve listed what I’m reading in November below. Yes, you do indeed see Of Plymouth Plantation in that pile again. 😉 It’s taking me longer then I anticipated!
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Of Plymouth Plantation by William Bradford–I started this book several months ago. Reading it in November is rather appropriate. I keep reading parts of it aloud to Ed. We can’t believe what we didn’t know about America’s Thanksgiving!
The Social Contract by Jean-Jacques Rousseau-This book about liberty is on my son’s Omnibus III reading list for school. I’m trying to stay ahead of him.
Gulliver’s Travels by Jonathan Swift-Amazon says that this book by Swift is “a witty parody of political life in Swift’s time and a scathing send-up of manners and morals in 18th-century England.” I remember watching the Mickey Mouse cartoon when I was little. I think I’m in for a surprise, don’t you?
The Circle Maker by Mark Batterson-Our small group will finish up a book on prayer in a few days. I’ve added this book on prayer that Ed purchased for me several months ago. I keep moving it around my office, so I think it’s time to read it and find it a home on the table next to me for the next month.
I’m also very excited because I just started Money Making Mom by Crystal Paine from Money Saving Mom. It’s very good. My friend, Dawn from Reveal Natural Health, and I are going through the book together. It’s making me dig in and really think about things instead of just skimming through. I also really enjoy seeing Dawn’s responses to the various questions in the book. I appreciate her input so much!
What are you reading in November? Are you part of a book club? Have you ever corresponded via e-mail with a friend about a book? Comment below and let me know. I look forward to hearing from you!
Have a beautiful day!