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Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Books To Read

All my life I always had the excuse that I didn't have time to read.
I am now a teacher and have to tell students that they should love reading.
Do I believe this statement now? Yes. Did I not earlier in life? Yes.
Boy, am I sad about all the adventures I have missed out on in books because I didn't think reading was fun.
So sad.

Anyways, here are two amazing books that I just finished. 

I couldn't put Room down. I did a review at Goodreads, check it out here.


A Tree Grows in Brooklyn sounds boring but is the opposite. Filled with many stories about a families survival through the early 1900s and a tree that is there through all the sad and beautiful moments of life.

Now the question is, what should I read next? 
In search of a historical fiction novel that I won't be able to put down. :)

4 comments:

Elise Rogers said...

Bridgette you are inspiring me!! Havnt read a book in years but it sounds wonderful to pick up a good book and read right now! Ill have to go get Room!

Julia said...

A Tree Grows in Brooklyn is an all time favorite of mine. Friend me on good reads: I'm a huge reader and have ideas for you!

Bridgette Wensel said...

Elise, I am so glad I was able to inspire you! haha!

Julia, which Julia is this? :)

Jessica said...

Brigita, I LOVED the Joesphine B trilogy by Sandra Gulland. Historical fiction about Josephine Bonaparte. French, romantic, and really interesting.