1. Tim Gunn's Fashion Bible - Tim Gunn
This looks like a fascinating read to me! I looked it up on Amazon, and the description notes that Gunn reveals the history of fashion, from the ancient togas to corsets to power suits. Fashion often reflects the economic and political undercurrents of the times...I'm anxious to see how Gunn ties everything together.
2. Gone Girl- Gillian Flynn
My sis mentioned this one on Facebook, and it sparked my interest. Looks like a chiller!
3. Fearless Fourteen- Janet Evanovich
These are complete fluffy fun, but I enjoy the hi-jinks that Stephanie Plum gets herself into. And the Morelli. Yes, I enjoy the Morelli. This series is taking awhile because I tend to read one, read some other books, and then come back again.
4. Sippy Cups Are Not For Chardonnay- Stefanie Wilder-Taylor
I'm currently reading this one for book club, and it is pretty hilarious. More applicable for moms-to-be or new moms, but a very funny read so far.
5. Choose Joy- Kay Warren
We're doing this one for the Fall Bible study starting next month. It's only 4 weeks long, but should be great. I'm hoping to be encouraged!
For the girls
1. Finish the Junie B. Jones series
We're getting ready to start Jingle Bells, Batman Smells! (P.S. So does May.) and there are only a couple of books left after that. I usually read a chapter or two before bed, and the girls love Junie B.
2. The Long Winter- Laura Ingalls Wilder
Technically, we're listening to this series because I borrow all the CDs from the library. We listen in the car on the way to dance or to run errands. The girls adore these books as much as I did growing up. I have the series on our bookshelf, but will read them when they're a little older.
3. Story books!
Michaela Byrd is only 4, so we go to the library and I let her pick story books that she thinks look good. We also pick through our own shelves for Fancy Nancy, Berenstain Bears, Little Golden Books, etc.
Do you have any good books on your to-read list?
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