We are a little late to the party, as we just discovered and started the Reading Challenge in late May. Notice I have chosen some titles that overlap my categories and hers, so I can kill two birds with one stone! If I am reading something to her or listening to it with her, it is great if it can count for my list, too. For example, my “book for children” was The Wizard of Oz, and it was her “movie tie-in” book. We did the Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe together, which let us both check off a C.S. Lewis title.
After about 6 weeks of reading I am averaging a book a week, placing me solidly in the “obsessed reader” category! Sadly, once school starts back in a few weeks I will have to really curtail my reading and may only prove to be a “light reader” or at best an “avid reader”.
My reading for May/June:
A book your pastor recommends: (Fair Sunshine)
A book for children: (The Wizard of Oz)
A book by C.S. Lewis or J.R. R. Tolkien: (The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe)
A book written by Jane Austen: (Pride and Prejudice)
A memoir: Memoirs of an Ordinary Pastor: (The Life and Reflections of Tom Carson)
A novel longer than 400 pages: (Jane Eyre)
My daughter’s reading:
A book about God–theology for kids: (Everything a child should know about God)
A children’s classic: (My Father’s Dragon)
A chapter book: (Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle)—done as an audio book
A C. S. Lewis or George MacDonald title: (The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe)—audio book in the car
A movie or TV tie-in book: (The Wizard of Oz)—narrated on Audible by Anne Hathaway