“If you have a garden and a library, you have everything you need.” – Cicero
Firstborn’s back after a marvelous week away at summer camp, and we’ve resumed our normal reading routine… though one week deviating from library visits & family read-alouds and we’ve almost completely derailed: We missed a bunch of due dates, racked up overdue fines on 3 of 4 accounts, and misplaced a book. Who even are we??
Little Man promptly inquired, in complete seriousness, “Did you meet your twin at camp?”
After studying the book of Revelation a bit at camp, Firstborn’s started reading Left Behind. We own the entire series from when I devoured them in my twenties as a ravenous baby Christian, collecting them as they were released in real-time.
I seem to be on a nonfiction kick, enjoying On Writing Well, as I eagerly await the arrival of advanced reader copies of I’d Rather Be Reading and The Ministry of Ordinary Places.
What are you reading this summer? I’m thinking I’ll need a good beach novel or juicy celebrity memoir after this stretch of more meaty material.
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