Our Reading Lists

This document was last updated on 05 February 2002. (Ver. 1.3)

Some of our Recent Readings, just for fun.

   Greg's Reading List   


   Linda's Reading List   

A Reporter's Life by Walter CronkiteHarry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone by J.K. Rowling,   
Edison: Inventing the Century by Neil Baldwin Walk Two Moons, by Sharon Creech.   
Baden Powell : Two Lives of a Hero by William Hillcourt
(Green Bar Bill) with Lady Baden-Powell
QuickTime video of Green Bar Bill, Cataract Park
Poisonwood Bible by Barbara King Solver   
Karnali Under Stress : Livelihood Strategies and Seasonal
Rhythms in a Changing Nepal Himalaya
, by Barry C. Bishop
Book Number 4 by Author 4    
The Road Taken by Clayton Hugh BunnellBook Number 5 by Author 5    
Book Number 6 by Author 6Book Number 6 by Author 6    
Book Number 7 by Author 7Book Number 7 by Author 7    
Book Number 8 by Author 8Book Number 8 by Author 8    

Here's only a sample of what Marie has been reading.
  • Stones from the River,by Ursula Hegi. A delightful and profound book about a girl who is a dwarf. It suggests the different attitudes we should have.

  • Left Behind, a series of books by two authors, based on Revelations. Very violent. I'd rather read Revelations.

  • Harry Potter, by J.K. Rowling. The first four books have been magic. I liked the way Hermoine promoted scholarship.

  • The Cat who Saw Stars, by Braun. A delight. I have to get a cup of coffee to share with Quillian.

  • Black Coffee, by Agatha Christie. With Peroit, the pompous Belgian detective.

  • Belva Plain, a Legacy of Silence.

  • The Unexpected Guest, by Agatha Christie.

  • Murder of Roger Ackroyd, by Agatha Christie.

  • The Island of the Day Before, by Umberto.

  • The Notebook, by Sparks. A sensual love story.

  • In a Sunburned Country, by Bill Bryson.

  • Crooked House, by Agatha Christie.

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