On the Bookshelf

Tuesday is “library day” for our family’s homeschool routine (and we often add in another trip or two during the week, too!).

We love our ongoing stash of library books so much, that our coffee table actually collapsed under the load a few weeks ago. (After much laughter, some wood glue from the thrift store is holding it back together- for now.)

Friends and family love to browse the variety in our stacks of books, so I thought I’d share a glimpse with you as well. Here are some of the books I am reading right now. (I’ll be sharing more of our homeschooling books in a separate post soon!)

Do you see any of your favorites in there?

Apples for Jam: A Colorful Cookbook An incredible cookbook, full of childhood reminisces, and glorious photos. All the recipes are organized by color! Such fun.

Women of the Bible: A One-Year Devotional Study of Women in Scripture– I have enjoyed referring to this as I study for the women’s weekly Bible study I have organized in our community. It’s a solid combination of history and meaningful “retellings” of each woman’s story.

Choosing to SEE: A Journey of Struggle and Hope– As an adoptive mama, I identified with much of their journey, which is full of both laughter and tears.  A friend loaned me this book, and I stayed up all night reading it! It’s an honest perspective of grief and grace… and hope.

One-Yard Wonders: 101 Sewing Fabric Projects; Look How Much You Can Make with Just One Yard of Fabric!-This is the perfect book for using those bundles of fabric off the remnant bin! It’s full of inspiration, as we prepare gifts for the upcoming Christmas season. There is something for everyone in there.

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