- What are you currently reading for the challenge?
- Have you finished any books for this challenge this month?
- Is there a book you're looking forward to starting next month?
- Want to share any favorite quotes? It could be from your current read. It could be about reading. It could be about drinking tea.
- What teas have you enjoyed this month?
- Do you have a new favorite tea?
Have you finished any books for this challenge this month?
- The Bertrams by Anthony Trollope
- Reformation Heritage Study Bible -- KJV
- Anne of Green Gables Treasury by Carolyn Strom Collins
- Hidden Figures by Margot Lee Shetterly
- Finding Grace in the Face of Dementia by John Dunlop
- Death of a Cad by M.C. Beaton
- New Testament Words for Today by Warren Wiersbe
- Sins We Accept by Jerry Bridges
- The Altogether Unexpected Disappearance of Atticus Craftsman
- Skunked by Jacqueline Kelly
- Counting Sheep by Jacqueline Kelly
- The Case of the Missing Carrot Cake by Robin Newman
- Real Friends by Shannon Hale
- Conversion by Michael Lawrence
- Buy My Hats by Dave Horowitz
- Hat by Paul Hoppe
- Prickly Jenny by Sibylle Delacroix
- Matilda's Cat by Emily Gravett
- Piggy's Pancake Parlor by David McPhail
- Princess Cora and the Crocodile
- Bear's House of Books by Poppy Bishop
- The Great American Story of Charlie Brown, Snoopy, and the Peanuts Gang by Chloe Perkins
- Be Quiet by Ryan T. Higgins
- How This Book Was Made by Mac Barnett
- Return to the Secret Garden by Holly Webb
- The Portrait of a Lady by Henry James
I just started the newest translation of Les Miserables. So I imagine between that and my current Bible, I'll stay busy!
Want to share any favorite quotes? It could be from your current read. It could be about reading. It could be about drinking tea.
- Under certain circumstances there are few hours in life more agreeable than the hour dedicated to the ceremony known as afternoon tea. ~ Henry James
- Because a book can have words and pictures and paper and tigers, but a book still isn't a book, not really, until it has a reader. And then you came along, and you read this book through to the very last page, which was how this book was made. Mac Barnett
- “Have you drunk your tea?” asked the son. “Yes, and enjoyed it.” “Shall I
give you some more?” The old man considered, placidly. “Well, I guess
I’ll wait and see.” He had, in speaking, the American tone. “Are you
cold?” the son enquired. The father slowly rubbed his legs. “Well, I
don’t know. I can’t tell till I feel.” “Perhaps some one might feel for
you,” said the younger man, laughing. “Oh, I hope some one will always
feel for me! Don’t you feel for me, Lord Warburton?” “Oh yes,
immensely,” said the gentleman addressed as Lord Warburton, promptly.
“I’m bound to say you look wonderfully comfortable.”
“The fact is I’ve been comfortable so many years that I suppose I’ve got so used to it I don’t know it.” “Yes, that’s the bore of comfort,” said Lord Warburton. “We only know when we’re uncomfortable.” ~ Henry James
- There are as many points of view in the world as there are people of sense to take them.~ Henry James
- We see our lives from our own point of view; that is the privilege of the weakest and humblest of us; Henry James
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