Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Tagged Again! What Am I Reading?

I feel so loved! I've been tagged again. This time, dear sweet Candace wants to know what I'm reading.







Well Candace my dear, I can't promise it's very exciting, but here it is...







Currently I have sitting on my coffee table a book I am very excited to start but haven't had a chance to. It's Kingdom Come, the very last book in the Left Behind series. I have read all the other books and even collected my own copies of them to have my own collection to read over and over again as well as to loan out to others. I absolutely LOVE this book series!














And while I'm on the subject, Baby Girl (11) just started reading the Left Behind series for kids and absolutely DEVOURED the first book in one day! She just started it yesterday morning and she's already reading book #2! She already seems to love them as much as I love the adult series!













At bedtime, I'm reading to the kids a book I learned about on the Five in a Row message boards called Five Children and It. I wasn't too sure about it at first because we haven't read many fantasy-type books, but I'm so glad I tested the waters with this one. We are all enjoying it very much, even Princess (5) who sometimes has a hard time sitting still while I'm reading. I don't recommend letting kids read this on their own though because the wording is a bit rough even for me, but having it read to them is a lot of fun! This book was written by E. Nesbit and was first published in 1902 and takes place in Europe, so the speaking of the characters, along with the writing, would be a bit on the difficult side for kids to read and understand in my opinion.








I'm also reading How To Study The Bible For Yourself by Tim LaHaye. Sad to say, I've never actually been taught, nor have I learned, how to actually STUDY the Bible. But I desperately want to grow closer to the Lord and develop a deeper, daily walk with Him, and I highly respect Mr. LaHaye, so I thought this book would be a great place to start. So far I really like it!






And that's about it for now. I'm not one that can have two or three (or more) books going all at once. I'm way too easily confused as it is. The last thing I need is to get different story lines mixed up!
So now, instead of passing on the tag, if you have read this far, consider yourself tagged and tell me what you're reading!




1 comment:

Jammy said...

Hey Christy. I've missed your blog since I've left homeschoolblogger last summer. Neat to see ya on blogspot. Love the look!

Jenn