Two nonfiction + three novels = five captivating reads. At least for me. I can never guarantee you’ll like them, but they’re worth a shot.
There is a dearth of books on foster care, particularly those written for children. Here is a list I’ve gathered of a few that our family has enjoyed.
My goal was to gather a collection in which every member of my family could find something to savor.
Here are some newer releases shared with me by friends: deep books for truth, joy, and healing.
Perhaps dark books are an unwise choice for a woman who is walking her way out of grief. Or perhaps they are a safe place to know the truth without being undone by it.
These days, the books my three oldest children like to read are heading toward the depth and genres I’m interested in myself.