What I’m reading: spring/summer 2013

I’ve mentioned before that I’m a bit of a book hoarder. I usually have a precariously-placed tower of books on my nightstand, but recently that tower has spilled over onto the floor and the nearby chair. I thought I’d share a few of the books I’ve enjoyed recently.

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Instant Mom by Nia Vardalos – This memoir details Nia’s journey through infertility and then the foster-adopt system with humor and poignancy. I love it.

Wild by Cheryl Strayed – In her 20’s, Cheryl made the decision to backpack alone for 2 months on what become a healing journey. I loved this book, though I’m not quite ready to hit the PCA.

A Pocket Guide to the Bible by Jason Boyett – This book is a hilarious little guide to the bible that is both entertaining and informative. It’s a fun read no matter what your faith. 

Unfinished by Richard Stearns – The CEO of World Vision issues a strong call to action for Christians to get involved in social justice. Great read.

O Me of Little Faith by Jason Boyett – (Jason Boyett fan club, party of one!) This memoir explores Jason’s doubts about his faith in a way that is raw, honest, and often hilarious.  I related to it so much.

How to Use a Runaway Truck Ramp by Shawn & Maille Smucker – Shawn and Maille pack up their kids and head out for a road trip, living life out of a blue bus as they travel across the country. It’s an epic adventure book but it’s sprinkled with observations on parenting, faith, and life.

Sarah's Key by Tatiana de Rosnay – This is one of those books I’ve owned forever but never got around to reading, and I finally picked it up. I really enjoyed this book but (without giving away too much) I found the ending a bit contrived.


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