These days, the books my three oldest children like to read are heading toward the depth and genres I’m interested in myself.
Confession: I haven’t posted book recommendations for a long while. I’ve been waiting for a theme to emerge, but instead of coalescing they seem to be diverging. I had better share a few titles now before we get any farther afield. The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie […]
While we’re talking of books, here are a few I’ve fallen in love with recently. Jayber Crow by Wendell Berry Wendell Berry is one part farmer and one part poet. I love his writing—slow, earthen, and timeless. He writes about small town America, and the land, and love, and prayer, and what it means to be human. […]