My Reading Journey

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  • Black Beauty by Anna Sewell

    Black Beauty by Anna Sewell
    This was the first book I remember enjoy reading. My grandmother bought it for me when I went to live with her. I have kept this book with me since then.
  • The Babysitters Club by Ann M. Martin

    The Babysitters Club by Ann M. Martin
    From grades six to eight I read this series and talked about it with friends who were also reading it. As I look back on it we were in a book club.
  • The Gift by Cecelia Ahern

    The Gift by Cecelia Ahern
    When I got this book I could not put it down. I read it over and over for a few years. I remember to make it fun I would read this book or sing it into the fan.
  • Love You Forever by Robert Munsch

    Love You Forever by Robert Munsch
    I began reading this book to my firstborn in 2000 and it is still my favorite baby book. It speaks to how I love my children.
  • Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss

    Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss
    Dr. Seuss's books have always been read in my home. My kids when they here laugh at the rhymes and love the pictures. It is very kid-friendly .
  • Before and After by Judy Christie

    Before and After by Judy Christie
    This book opened my eyes to a time and era that everything was swept under the rug and money talked over morals.
  • A Thousand Voices by Lisa Wingate

    A Thousand Voices by Lisa Wingate
    As soon as I opened this book I could not put it down. I read it non-stop to the end.
  • The Prayer Box by Lisa Wingate

    The Prayer Box by Lisa Wingate
    This book showed me how although times change people can connect to those who came before them. Two women who experienced completely different upbringings feel unloved by those who raise them.
  • Tending Roses by Lisa Wingate

    Tending Roses by Lisa Wingate
    This book shows how compassion and love can change someone's life. It made me really look at myself and see what can I do to be more open-minded and see the world a little different.
  • Before We Were Yours by Lisa Wingate

    Before We Were Yours by Lisa Wingate
    This book talks about a time in recent history (1920-1950) when a woman named Georgia Tann stole babies and sold them to people willing to pay. There are over 5,000 children that she sold in and around Tennessee that do not know their history because their documents were falsified. Some have found their way home but so much more will never know.