Jeff Wysaski, public prankster extraordinaire, is at it again with
A couple of reading challenges or themes usually crop up in November and one major theme is “Nonfiction November”. I’m planning on making a serious effort at reading the NF on my shelves this November.
1.The Convict Lover by Merilyn SimondsBuy it from Amazon
The Convict Lover sounds like something completely up my alley – a book created after finding a cache of letters in the attic
2.Gutenberg’s Fingerprintby Merilyn SimondsBuy it from Amazon
Gutenberg’s Fingerprint is a book about books.
3.I Am, I Am, I Am by Maggie O’FarrellBuy it from Amazon
I can finally read this one by Maggie O’Farrell, I Am, I Am, I Am, which has so many rave and wonderful reviews.
4.The Cowkeeper’s Wish by Kristen den Hartog and Tracy KasaboskiBuy it from Amazon
When I first heard about it, I thought it so fascinating that I requested our library bring it in, but now I have my very own copy! It really is a beautiful book too – it has this great heft to it with pictures throughout. It’s going to be a great reading experience, I can just feel it.