And summer reading.
This summer, I have some extra reading on my list. Since I will be teaching full time at Spring Hill Christian Academy next fall, I’m pouring over the teacher’s editions for an English class, American history class, and three computer classes.
Today, I read about the Lost Colony and the one, cryptic clue left concerning the fate of those first settlers; the Plymouth Pilgrims and Mayflower Compact; and don't forget Pocahontas and Squanto.
Who says history is boring?
Aside from “required reading,” I'm also chipping away at the list below. My goal is to finish by August.
- C.S. Lewis’s Space Trilogy (fiction/fantasy)
- Jen Hatmaker’s Seven (devotional) – If you're interested, check out my review.
- Dani Pettrey’s Shattered (fiction/suspense) – This is the sequel to Submerged, which I reviewed back in January.
- Chris Guillibeau’s $100 Startup (business) – Read his book The Art of Non-Conformity first. He is a secular author with some practical, brilliant ideas.
- Elisabeth Elliot’s Keep a Quiet Heart (devotional) – I’ve read it twice, but it’s just that good.
- Another book or two from Dee Henderson’s O’Malley Series (fiction/suspense)
What does your summer reading list look like? What “must reads” would you recommend?