Grateful for Books April 11, 2021 / 2 Comments / On Our Mind / By Rabbi Daniel and Susan Lapin What are you currently reading? On our shelf are I Marched with Patton by Frank Sisson and a for a recuperating COVID patient who isn’t ready to handle anything heavy, a second time around for Alexander McCall-Smith’s Isabel Dalhousie series.
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I always read several books at a time, in several different categories. When I finish one in one category, I began another in the same category. Is that odd? I don’t know, but my mother does something similar, and she told me that Ruth Graham did the same, so I believe I’m in good company in this. I am reading Emunah with Love and Chicken Soup, by Sara Rigler; Home Education, by Charlotte Mason; Fascinating Womanhood, by Helen Angelin; Toilers of the Sea, by Victor Hugo; the Let’s Get Biblical series, by Rabbi Tovia Singer; A Little House Reader, by Laura Ingalls Wilder; and Ladies Like Us, by Alena Pettit. I hope you are well soon, and pray that you will receive the rest and care you need. We need you!
I love this list, Chana. I have not heard of Toilers of the Sea though I spent one adolescent summer engrossed by Les Miserable, so I want to look it up. My husband is feeling much better. Thank you for asking.
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