The Angel Tree (Daphine Benedis-Grab)
Every year, the tree goes up in the middle of the town. Everyone knows how it works. You tie a slip of paper with a wish on it to a branch on the tree. Someone takes it down, and by Christmas, your wish has come true. No one knows who is behind the miracle tree. But four kids are about to find out. They set of on a journey to solve the mystery and thank the person behind the angel tree. This is a fun book for all ages!
The Attributes of God (A.W. Pink)
This was a school assignment for this semester. It was a little bit above my reading level at times, but it really stretched my vocabulary and my understanding of God. I think sometimes I'm tempted to "put God in a box", and try to make him fit my own idea of what he should be like, so this was a good book to read to challenge my understanding of him. Pink discusses 17 attributes of God, from the sufficiency of God to the love of God to the mercy of God to the wrath of God. I highly recommend this book.
Waiting Here for You (Louie Giglio)
This was a nice short advent devotional that I read this December. Each day had a passage from the Bible to read, a thought from the author, a song, and a prayer. It was easy to read and a good way to focus my attention on God throughout the Christmas Season.
A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court (Mark Twain)
The Captive Maiden (Melanie Dickerson)
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