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I Love Having Friends Who Read! Week 2

I Love Having Friends Who Read!

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Last week I started sharing my friends who read with you. Isn’t it great when you love a book and your friends love it too? Dontcha love chatting with friends about that one page when that character did that one thing? It’s awesome isn’t it?

Here’s more:

Brandi, of Mama Knows It All, stays up on all her parenting tips by reading  Shepherding a Child’s Heart by Tedd Tripp

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Colleen is ALWAYS cooking over at Souffle Bombay. You can imagine my surprise when she told me she wasn’t reading a cookbook, but rather

A Breath of Snow and Ashes by Diana Gabaldon, which is part of the Outlander Series.

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I’ve heard so much about this series I hope to try it before the summer ends.

Steph, of Confessions of a Stay at Home Mom, is like the kid sister I never wanted. Just kidding. Steph’s boundless enthusiasm for everything is contagious. I wasn’t surprised when she announced she’d just finished

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I love that Steph and I share a love of YA!

Real: The Kitchen and Beyond, is home to my Heather. I love Heather and her kiddos.  Hard. She’s like the good little sister who never wanted me as an older and sinister sister but tolerates me because I’m good to her kids. haha. Her #1 son and I share a special love of middle grade books.  We bonded over Chronicles of Narnia. She’s reading

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A Carol for Kent by Hallee Bridgeman, classified as Christian fiction.

That’s all for this week. See ya next week!

By Pam

My passion is advocating for diversity in children's and YA literature.

2 replies on “I Love Having Friends Who Read! Week 2”

I think this is a wonderful idea! It’s nice to get together with your friends and talk about books. I do so with my mum all the time 🙂

This post has prompted me to ask all my other friends what they’re reading, so thanks for that!

In case anyone is interesting, I’ve just finished “The Casual Vacancy” by JK Rowling, and couldn’t put it down. Read it in three days, hope to do a review soon.

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