Friday, November 15, 2019

101 Things in 1001 Days: #4 Read 200 Books

I am including this post as a means of keeping track of the books I read during the next 1001 days, which began on November 11, 2019.

The fourth goal I listed was to read 200 books during that time frame, which ends on September 21, 2023. You can learn more about this and my other goals, here. My guess is I will read more than 200, but because there are 100 other goals on that list that I hope to accomplish, I wanted to make it do-able.

Naturally I'll be adding to the list, and though I don't know that I will review every book I read, if I do write one, I'll likewise link the posts here. If you're interested in following along on my reading journey, you can also find a link to this post in my right side bar directly below the graphic and link for 101 Things in 1001 Days. That being said, here are the books I've read thus far;

1. Mother Mason
by Bess Street Aldrich

2. The Little Ways of Ruthie Leming
by Rod Dreher

3. Miracles on Maple Hill - 
by Virginia Sorensen

4. The Practice of the Presence of God
by Brother Lawrence

Because I will never outgrow beautifully illustrated children's book, I am listing the ones I have read during this span of time, but not counting them as part of my 200 books.

January 2020
From Dawn 'Til Dusk  - 
- beautiful book about a young girl's life on a Vermont farm.  Takes you through the tasks and days of each season, highlighting what made each one of them special.
by Natalie Kinsey-Warnock  Illustrated by Mary Azarian

Autumblings (Amazon affiliate link, see disclosure below)
Poems and painting by Douglas Florian

Countdown to Fall - 
by Fran Hawk, Illustrated by Sherry Neidigh

Full of Fall
by April Pulley Sayre

Goodbye Summer, Hello Autumn
by Kenard Pak

Fall Leaves
by Loretta Holland

In the Middle of Fall
by Kevin Henkes

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pam said...

I need to read that book by Rod Dreher. I really like him. Many years ago, he wrote a book called "Crunchy Cons" one of my best reads ever. I loved it because as I was reading, I thought, "THIS IS ME. Now I know what I am~ I'm a Crunchy Con!" You should definitely ready, it. Maybe that term will describe you, too!

Kimberly Lottman said...

That's so funny, because when I looked at his other books I had the thought I didn't think I would like them, but now you've peaked my interest! I'll have to add it to my list!