March 25, 2008

Spring Reading Thing 2008

Since I had so many books that I didn't finish on my Winter Reading Challenge Wrap-up post, I'm really excited that Katrina at Callapiddler Days is hosting the Spring Reading Thing 2008! The challenge goes from March 20th, through June 19th. One random participant will win a $10 gift certificate from, but you have to post your initial reading list by midnight (EST) tonight and post a recap by midnight on June 24th. You can join the reading fun anytime though - the deadline is only to be eligible for the prize!

Here's my list (leftover from my Winter Reading Challenge list. I noticed that a lot of people added their Bible reading goals to the Winter Reading Challenge. I thought that was a great idea, so I added my Bible reading goals to this list. I'll hopefully add some more books, but I would like to get most of these finished up first. Books I'm currently reading are in red; books I have completed will be crossed off.


Martin Chuzzlewit, by Charles Dickens (free online)

Helen's Temper, by Mrs. George Gladstone (with the HSB Literary Club - free online)


Awakening Youth Discipleship, by Brian J. Mahan, Michael Warren, and David F. White

What is Form Criticism?, by Edgar V. McKnight

Deep Justice in a Broken World, by Chap Clark & Kara E. Powell

Soul Searching, by Christian Smith with Melinda Lundquist Denton

From the Bible:

1 Samuel

2 Samuel

1 Kings

2 Kings


Romans (current family Bible study)

1 Timothy

2 Timothy

Happy Reading!

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Mar. 25, 2008 - Untitled Comment

Posted by Anonymous

Looks good, Andrea. You've got some heavy (but intriguing-looking) books on your list. Thanks for being part of SRT '08!
- Katrina, Callapidder Days

Mar. 28, 2008 - Untitled Comment

Posted by Anonymous

Great reading list! I saw the Homeschool Lounge logo on your blog. I'm there too as Renee'. I'll try and stop your nook soon!


Apr. 21, 2008 - Great List

Posted by ltjewel

You are the second person I have seen with Bible readings on the list. I may have to go add that.

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