Tuesday, May 24, 2011

The Book and Film recommendations list!


Okay... NOW you can post your favorites.  :)

This time, to make it so much easier for me to assemble into a post (which will stay on the sidebar just like the first recommendations post), please only make a list as I'll show in a sample.  If you can't leave a comment or if you want to expound on your selections, e-mail me at coffeeteabooksandmeathotmaildotcom.

Yes, please list those books and films you listed before on the first list (and second that I was never able to get through).  Even if you notice other people have listed the same author, book, film, etc. do list it again if they are one of your favorites.  It will be interesting to see who and what gets listed the most.

If your favorite books or films are in a trilogy, series, etc., feel free to put the name of the series instead of just one title.  Just the same, if your favorite is just one part of a series, feel free to put down just one title.  Here is a sample:

The Space Trilogy by C. S. Lewis (has one title for the trilogy because I love all three together)... but... I would post only Pilgrim's Inn from Goudge's trilogy because it is one of my favorite books and the other two in the series are not favorites.  But having said that, there are few rules (other than putting them in list format) so post as you want.

I'm dividing them under the titles of:  Authors - fiction, Authors - nonfiction, Favorite books - fiction, Favorite books - nonfiction,  Favorite books for children - fiction and nonfiction, Favorite films.  I also decided to add two specific nonfiction groupings... Favorite Devotional Reading and Favorite Cooking and Gardening books.

There will be more than one category a favorite could fall under (for instance, a decorating book could also be a favorite nonfiction and some "children's" books are enjoyed by adults)... just put them where you want them.

You can write down as few or as many titles as you want.  This post will remain right here at the top of the blog through Saturday.  Feel free to add more titles if you think of something you have forgotten later.  Comments are moderated so your post will not show up immediately.

The only "rules"... lists only, no comments or prose except through e-mails.  :)

Sample of what comments might look like 
(I doubt your list will be this small).  :)

Authors - fiction
Jane Austen
Miss Read

Authors - nonfiction
Sally Clarkson
Elizabeth George

Books - fiction
Christy by Catherine Marshall
The Dean's Watch by Elizabeth Goudge

Books - nonfiction
Frugal Luxuries by Tracey McBride
Living a Beautiful Life by Alexandra Stoddard

Children's books - fiction and nonfiction
The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Graham
The Brambley Hedge series by Jill Barklem

Cooking, Gardening, Decorating, and Homestead Skills books
Susan Branch cookbooks
The Gentle Art of Domesticity by Jane Brockett

Devotional Reading (devotionals or books you use for devotional study)
Valley of Vision
Holy Habits by Mimi Wilson and Shelly Cook Volkhardt

Movies and Films
You've Got Mail
Casablanca
The West Ladies Herb DVD

31 comments:

Monica said...

Fiction Author: Bodie & Brock Thoene
Fiction: Complete Chronicles of Narnia
NF Author: Frank Viola
NF: The Untold Story of the New Testament Church
Homesteading: Country Living Encyclopedia
Devotional: Elizabeth George's A Woman After God's Own Heart Series
Movie/Film: Secretariat

Terra said...

Some favorites.
Authors, Fiction
L. M. Montgomery "Anne of Green Gables"
Helen Simonson "Major Pettigrew's Last Stand"
Authors, Non-Fiction
C.S. Lewis "Mere Christianity", "The Great Divorce"
Favorite books, Fiction
Mystery series by Martha Grimes, Ian Rankin, Donna Leon, Alexander McCall Smith, Jacqueline Winspeare
"Peace Like a River" by Leif Enger
"Swann's Way" by Marcel Proust
Children
"The Runaway Bunny"
Favorite Films
"The King's Speech"
Favorite Devotional
"A Still and Quiet Soul: Embracing Contentment" by Cathy Messecar
Favorite gardening
Books by Sharon Lovejoy, such as "Trowel and Error"

Vee said...

(The best I can do for now, but there are more. Sorry that my formatting didn't hold.)

Authors - fiction
James Herriot
Elizabeth Goudge
L.M. Montgomery

Authors - nonfiction
Max Lucado
E.B.White

Books - fiction
The Enchanted Barn by Grace Livingston Hill
Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë
Pilgrim's Inn by Elizabeth Goudge
All Things Great and Small by James Herriot (anything by this author)
Revenge of the Middle-Aged Woman by Elizabeth Buchan

The Dean's Watch by Elizabeth Goudge

Books - nonfiction
Cross Creek by Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings
One Man's Meat by E. B. White
(I enjoy essays so always have a book of essays going.)

Children's books - fiction and nonfiction
Charlotte's Web by E.B. White
Tuck Everlasting by Natalie Babbitt
The Chronicles of Narnia series by C.S. Lewis

Cooking, Gardening, Decorating, and Homestead Skills books
Mennonite Girls Can Cook by Lovella Schellenberg, Anneliese Friesen, Judy Wiebe, Betty Reimer, Bev Klassen, Charlotte Penner, Ellen Bayles, Julie Klassen, Kathy McLellan, and Marg Bartel
New England Cooking by Leslie Land
Gardening Month by Month by Martha Stewart

Devotional Reading (devotionals or books you use for devotional study)
Streams in the Desert by L.B .Cowman
Classic Christianity by Bob George

Movies and Films

The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe 2005
Miss Potter 2006here are more so many more.)

Debbie S said...

Authors – fiction
Cindy Woodsmall
JRR Tolkien
Laura Childs

Authors - nonfiction
Stephanie Pearl-McPhee
Elisabeth Elliot

Books - fiction
The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield
The Fitzwilliam Darcy, Gentleman series by Pamela Aidan

Books - nonfiction
Mornings on Horseback by David McCullough
House Calls & Hitching Posts by Dorcas Sharp Hoover

Children's books - fiction and nonfiction
Swallows and Amazons series by Arthur Ransome
Little House series by Laura Wilder

Cooking, Gardening, Decorating, and Homestead Skills books
A Fine Fleece by Lisa Lloyd (knitting & spinning)
The New Stranded Colorwork by Mary Scott Huff (knitting)

Devotional Reading (devotionals or books you use for devotional study)
Respectable Sins by Jerry Bridges
Be Still My Soul by Elisabeth Elliot

Movies and Films
Sense & Sensibility – Emma Thompson version
Pride & Prejudice – Colin Firth version
Wives & Daughters (BBC) - Gaskell
North & South (BBC) – Gaskell

Mrs.Rabe said...

Fiction Author: Jane Austen, Lori Wick, Jan Karon

Non-Fiction Author: Emilie Barnes

Fiction Book: Persuasion, Pride and Prejudice, Emma. All of Mitford Series.

Non-fiction: The Spirit of Loveliness (Emilie Barnes), The Hidden Art of Homemaking (Edith Schaeffer), Large Family Logistics (Kim Brenneman).

Gardening: Backyard Homestead

Devotional: Daily Light

Movies: Pride and Prejudice (Colin Firth), Emma (Remola Garai),North and South.

Kristi in the Western Reserve said...

Authors - fiction

D.E. Stevenson
Angela Thirkell
O. Douglas
Lloyd C. Douglas
Bess Streeter Aldrich
Louise Andrews Kent
Kate Douglas Wiggin
Alexander McCall Smith
Maud Hart Lovelace
Lucy Maud Montgomery
Susan Tweendsmuir
Elizabeth Goudge
Farahad Zama
Della Thompson Lutes
Ralph Moody
Jane Austen
Miss Read


Books - fiction

Miss Buncle's Book D.E. Stevenson
Major Pettigrew's Last Stand
The Marriage Bureau for Rich People by Faharad Zama
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society -Marianne Shaffer and Annie Barrows
Pink Sugar O. Douglas
Christy by Catherine Marshall
The Dean's Watch by Elizabeth Goudge

Books - nonfiction
any gardening books by Henry Mitchell or Alan Lacey or Christopher Lloyd
chatty cookbooks
quilt books esp. The Passionate Quilter
Sharon Lovejoy Roots Boots Buckets and Shoots
Susan Tweedsmuir's memoirs The Rose and The Lilac, An Edwardian Lady, and A Winter Bouquet

Children's books - fiction and nonfiction

any Louisa May Alcott books
Frances Hodgson Burnett -especially The Secret Garden and Little Lord Fauntleroy
all Cecily Mary Barker's Flower Fairies books
Tomie Depaola books
The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Graham
The Brambley Hedge series by Jill Barklem



Movies and Films

The Shop Around the Corner
In the Good Old Summertime
Larkrise to Candleford
Enchanted April
Foyle's War
The King's Speech

Sorry, I get a little carried away, and this is only a very partial list

Anonymous said...

Loved the George McDonald books (rewritten in easier to understand English by Michael Phillips)

The earlier Michael Phillips books
(Historicsl fiction)

Any of the Amish fiction books, by many authors

Faith Like Potatoes (recent "true story" movie we purchased)

All the Jane Austin books and movies

All the James Herriot books and movies

Anne of Green Gables series
Road to Avonlea series
Little House on the Prairie series
Walton Family series

Elizabeth in NC

Shirley said...

Authors-fiction

Michael Phillips--The Secret of the Rose series #1-4
Eugenia Price (all books)

Authors--Non fiction
Margaret Jensen--First We Have Coffee
The Sun is Shining on The Other Side

Movies--
Faith Like Potatoes
Daniels Daughter
Anne of Green Gables
Meet Me In St. Louis
Little Women
The Sound of Music

Marianna said...

Fiction Authors: L.M. Montgomery
Jan Karon
Maeve Binchy
Rosamunde Pilcher

NF Authors: Alexandra Stoddard
Emilie Barnes
Philip Gulley

Fic. Books: School of Essential Ingredients by Erica Bauermeister
The Harmony Series by Philip Gulley
Elm Creek Quilters Series by Jennifer Chiaverini
Miss Julia Series by Ann B. Ross

NF Books: Hidden Art of Homemaking by Edith Schaeffer
Listening Below the Noise by Anne D. LeClaire
Traveling with Pomegranates by Sue Monk Kidd and Ann Kidd Taylor
One Thousand Gifts by Ann Voskamp

Children's Books: The Adventures of Edward Tulane by Kate DiCamillo
The Magician's Elephant by Kate DiCamillo
The Secret Garden
The Velveteen Rabbit
Anything by Shirley Hughes
Anything by Cynthia Rylant

Homemaking: A Room of Her Own by Chris Casson Madden
Nell Hill's books
Gracious Spaces by Phyllis Hoffman
The Food Matters Cookbook by Mark Bittman

Devotional: The Simple Life by Wanda E. Brunstetter

Kristi in the Western Reserve said...

I already want to add so much......But I won't add too much...

Devotional: The Reed of God by Caryll Houselander

Individual books

Mother Mason by B.S. Aldrich
the Patty Fairfield books by Carolyn Wells, especially the first one.
Cousin William by D.T. Lutes
Strawberry Acres and Under the Country Sky by Grace S. Richmond
A Goodly Heritage, A Goodly Fellowship, and Recipe for a Happy Childhood by Mary Ellen Chase
(memoir)

Sunshine said...

Fiction Authors :
Francine Rivers,
Louise May Alcott,
LM Montgomery,
B&B Thoene,
CS Lewis
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

Non-Fiction:
Sally Clarkson
Sarah Clarkson
Ann Voskamp

Favorite Books:
Anne of Green Gables
Little Women
1000 gifts (also fav. devotional)

Favorite Movies:
North and South (Gaskell)
Wives and Daughters (Gaskell)
Pride and Prejudice
Sense and Sensibility
The Young Victoria (LOVE the soundtrack for this one too)
Anne of Green Gables
Fiddler on the Roof
Sound of Music

Children's Books:
Mountain Born
Understood Betsy
All-of-a-kind Family
Grandma's Attic series
Betsy and Tacy
Tum Tum and Nutmeg LOVE reading these to my girls

Sunshine said...

OOPS forgot one thing, sorry :(
Lark Rise to Candleford!!!!!!! Love this one!

Bonnie said...

Fiction Author:
George MacDonald
Norah Lofts
Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings
Non-Fiction Author:
John Eldredge
Linda Dillow
Books Fiction:
"At Home" by Bill Bryson
"The Woman In White" Wilkie
Collins
"First, We Have Coffee" by
Margaret Jensen
Books Non-Fiction:
"Ava's Man" by Rick Bragg
Children's Books:
"Wee Sir Gibbie" by George
MacDonald
"Alec Forbes and His Friend
Annie" by George MacDonald
"At the Back of the North Wind"
by George MacDonald
Devotional:
"God Calling" by A.J. Russel
Movies and Films:
"Larkrise to Candleford"
"Sense and Sensibilities"
"Pride and Prejudice"

Anonymous said...

Fiction Authors
Nora Roberts
Debbie Macomber
Maeve Binchy
Laura Childs
Maggie Sefton

Non-fiction Authors
Sarah Ban Breathnach
Gladys Taber
Emelie Barnes

Cookbooks
Food That Really Schmecks-by Edna Staebler
More With Less
Cooking from Quilt Country

Raquel said...

A definite must - if you can find it - is Little Men, the television series. there are only 2 seasons, but they are sooooo good. Very clean, no language, no naked bodies. Netflix has them I know. They were done by a Canadian Broadcasting Company.

walkmom said...

"Children's" Fiction:
Carry on, Mr. Bowditch--Latham
Elizabeth George Speare
CS Lewis--Narnia
JRR Tolkien
Marguerite Henry
The Great Turkey Walk--Karr
Little House on the Prairie series--Wilder
Anne of Green Gables series--Montgomery
Rosemary Sutcliff
Uncle Wiggly stories
The Happy Hollisters series--West
Thornton Burgess animal stories
Trailblazer Books
The Shakespeare Stealers series
The Sherwood Ring--Pope
James Fenimore Cooper
Boomtown--Nowen N Particular
Detectives in Togas--Winterfield
Carolyn Haywood
Lois Lowry
The Mysterious Benedict Society
Hank the Cowdog series--Erickson
Frances Hodges Burnett
Bulla books
Edward Eager
Kipling
books by Martha Finley
Frank Peretti--Cooper kids series
God King--Joanne Williamson
Louisa May Alcott
Twenty-One Balloons- duBois
Julie Andrew Edwards
Shadow Spinner--Susan Fletcher
Frank Baum
I, Juan de Pareja--Elizabeth Borten de Trevino
Childhood of Famous Americans
The Bobbsey Twins--Laura Lee Hope
The Boxcar Children--Warner
Dr Doolittle Books--Hugh Lofting
Freddy books--Walter Brooks
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang--Ian Fleming
D'Angeli books
James Fenimore Cooper
Eloise Jarvis McGraw
Stephen Lawhead
The Mistmantle Chronicles
In His Steps--Shelton
Sisters in Time series
Lois Walfrid Johnson

This is a mixture of children and young adult.

Adult Nonfiction Authors:
CS Lewis
Frank Schaeffer
Elizabeth Elliot
Clarkson
International Adventures, especially Don Richardson
Bruchko
God's Smuggler
The Hiding Place
David Wilkerson
Revelation Unveiled--Tim LaHaye
Stepping Heavenward--Prentis

Children's Nonfiction
Janet and Geoff Benge
Do Hard Things--Harris
Beautiful Girlhood--Andreola

This is a partial list, but I've got to clean my house!

Anonymous said...

Authors Fiction:

Gladys Taber
Miss Read
Gene Stratton Porter
Joel Rosenberg
Melanie Jeschke

Authors Nonfiction:

David McCullough
Edith Schaeffer
Elisabeth Elliot
W. Phillip Keller
Alexandra Stoddard
Sally Clarkson

Fiction:

Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand
The Dean's Watch by Elizabeth Goudge
The Scent of Water by E.G.
A City of Bells by E.G.
Miss Buncle's Book by D.E. Stevenson
Miss Buncle, Married by D.E. Stevenson
A Pocket Full of Pinecones by Karen Andreola
Lessons at Blackberry Inn by K. A.

Nonfiction:

Dancing With My Father by Sally Clarkson
Hidden Art of Homemaking by Edith Schaeffer
A Charlotte Mason Companion: Reflections on the Gentle Art of Learning by Karen Andreola

Homemaking, Gardening, etc.

The Victory Garden Cookbook by M. Morash
Grow Great Grub: Organic Food for Small Places by Gayla Trail
Pioneer Woman Cooks by Ree Drummond

Anonymous said...

Authors – fiction

J. R. R. Tolkien
Jan Karon
Rosamunde Pilcher
Mary Stewart


Authors – nonfiction

Gladys Taber
James Herriot
Laura Ingalls Wilder


Children's books - fiction and nonfiction

Anything by Beatrix Potter
Bobbsey Twins series by Laura Lee Hope
Winnie the Pooh series by A. A. Milne
Little House on the Prairie series by Laura Ingalls Wilder


Devotional Reading (devotionals or books you use for devotional study)

Anything by Cindi McMenamin
Anything by Mrs. Charles E. Cowman
Anything by Rebecca Barlow Jordan


Movies and Films

Miss Potter
Anne of Green Gables series

pianomama said...

No time today for an exhaustive list - but my two favorites of the moment that I can't seem to put down:

"One Thousand Gifts" by Ann Voskamp - simply life changing

"Pioneer Woman Cooks" by Ree Drummond - comfort food at it's best

And for fiction - best book ever....."The Help" by Kathryn Stockett - it's "To Kill a Mockingbird" for a new generation

pianomama said...

Oops - forgot movies and TV:

"Lark Rise to Candleford" - its at Costco for cheapo right now

"The King's Speech" - phenomenal movie!

Anonymous said...

forgot to include
Favourite Movies:

A League of their Own
How Green was my Valley
To Kill a Mockingbird
Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe
The King's Speech
Pride and Prejudice
(Colin Firth-Yum :)
How to Make an American Quilt

Anonymous said...

Fiction:

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Shaeffer and Barrows

Nonfiction:

Marriage to a Difficult Man by Dodds
Faithful Women and their Extraordinary God by Noel Piper
Treasuring God in our Traditions by Noel Piper
Education of a Wandering Man: A Memoir by Louis L'Amour
For the Children's Sake by Susan Schaeffer Maccaulay
For the Family's Sake: The Value of Home in Everyone's Life by Susan Schaeffer Macaulay
Searching for Mrs. Oswald Chambers by Martha Christian

Homemaking, etc.:
Welcome Home by Emilie Barnes
If Teacups Could Talk by Emilie Barnes
The Charms of Tea by Victoria magazine
The Pleasures of Tea by Victoria Magazine
Betty Crocker's Kitchen Gardens
The Best of Thymes (Cookbook) by Marge Clark
Christmas Thyme at Oak Hill Farm by Marge Clark
The Betty Crocker Cookbook (circa 1970s)
Hearth and Home by Karey Swan
The Reluctant Entertainer: Every Woman's Guide to Simple and Gracious Hospitality by Sandy Coughlin

Susan said...

Hello, I just want to post a few:

Fiction Authors:
Alexander McCall Smith
(#1 Ladies' Detective Agency)
Donna Leon

Fiction:
Peace Like a River
Madonnas of Leningrad
Still Alice

Non Fiction Authors:
Anne Lamott
Ann Voskamp
(How's that for variety?)
Alice Steinbach
(Educating Alice, Without Reservations)
Frances Mayes

Non Fiction:
Expecting Adam

Devotional:
Grace Points, Jane Rubietta
Jesus Calling, Sarah Young
Adventures in Prayer, Catherine Marshall

Movies:
Miss Potter
One True Thing (tear-jerker)
Return to Me
Harry Potter Movies (LOVE them)

Susan said...

One more -- I figured it might be mentioned already but since I don't see this series in the comments:

Harry Potter Books by JK Rowling - all of them!

I have to say, they get better and better as the series progresses; and I find them very redemptive in theme as well as encouraging and entertaining.

Anonymous said...

Fiction Authors:
Maud Hart Lovelace
L.M. Montgomery
Grace Livingston Hill
Emilie Loring (vintage thrillers)
Miss Read

Fantasy Authors:
Robin McKinley
Guy Gavriel Kaye
Cameron Dokey (YA fairy tales)
J K Rowling (Harry Potter)

Fiction:
Elizabeth Moon's Paksennarion series
Beatrix Potter mysteries by Susan Wittig Albert
Daisy Dalrymple mysteries by Carola Dunn
Lark Rise to Candleford
Lord of the Rings trilogy

Non-Fiction:
Madeleine L'Engle's various nf books
A Severe Mercy by Sheldon VanAuken
Alison Weir's biographies of various royalty of England

Cookbooks:
Giada de Laurentis
Susan Branch
Jane Watson Hopping's "Pioneer Lady" series

Movies:
Ever After
Emma (Romola Garai)
Miss Potter
Lark Rise to Candleford
Sleeping Beauty
Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day
Lord of the Rings trilogy
You've Got Mail
Meet Me in St. Louis (musical)
Persuasion (all versions)

There are a lot overlapping with others on the list - some of these I've only recently discovered though.

-Connie in San Diego

postmodernMom said...

Authors- Fiction

Jane Austen
Elizabeth Goudge
C.S. Lewis
Elizabeth Prentiss
Beatrix Potter
A.A. Milne
Kenneth Graham
Louisa May Alcott
Robert Louis Stevenson
Laura Ingalls Wilder
L.M. Montgomery
John Bunyan

Authors- Nonfiction

John Piper
C.S. Lewis
C.J. Mahaney
Carolyn Mahaney
Susan Schaeffer Macaulay
Charlotte Mason
Jonathan Edwards
John Calvin
Charles Spurgeon
Sally Clarkson
Sarah Clarkson
Elisabeth Elliot
Elizabeth George
Francis Schaeffer
Edith Schaeffer
Nancy Wilson
Joshua Harris

Books- Fiction

Pride and Prejudice, Austen
Sense and Sensibility, Austen
Persuasion, Austen
City of Bells, Goudge
Pilgrim's Inn, Goudge
Chronicles of Narnia, Lewis
Space Trilogy, Lewis
Anne of Green Gables, Montgomery
Little Women and Little Men, Alcott
Stepping Heavenward, Prentiss
Pooh series, Milne
Little House series, Wilder
Exodus, Leon Uris
Pilgrim's Progress- Bunyan

Books- Nonfiction

Don't Waste Your Life, Piper
Desiring God, Piper
Mere Christianity, Lewis
Praise Her in the Gates- Wilson
The Fruit of Her Hands, Wilson
A Charlotte Mason Companion- Andreola
"Education" Series- Mason
Keeping House, Margaret Kim Peterson
The Cross Centered Life- Mahaney
Girl Talk- Mahaney
Mission of Motherhood- Clarkson
Read for the Heart- Clarkson
The Shaping of a Christian Family- Elliot
Let Me Be a Woman- Elliot

Film-

Masterpiece Classics new Austen adaptations: Emma, Sense and Sensibility, Persuasion
Pride and Prejudice (both Firth and McFayden)
Lark Rise to Candleford
Downton Abbey
Wives and Daughters
North and South (BBC)
Bleak House (Gillian Anderson)
Little Dorrit
Enchanted April
The Inheritance
Miss Potter
Les Miserables (Uma Thurman)
The Kings Speech
The Young Victoria
Cranford
Mrs. Brown
Inception
all 3 new Narnia movies
Charlotte's Web
the animated Beatrix Potter series
Babe

Author- Poetry

A.A. Milne
Tennyson
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Byron
William Cowper
Wordsworth
Christina Rosetti
Robert Louis Stevenson

Kelly said...

Fiction Authors: Dee Henderson, Terri Blackstock, Julie Klassen
Fiction: The O'Malley Series
The Complete Chronicles of Narnia
The Silent Governess

Nonfiction Author: Max Lucado
Voddie Baucham, Jr.
Nonfiction: Family Driven Faith

Children's Books: Trusty, Tried and True
Trusty Gets Off Track

Devotional: His Utmost for My Highest by Oswald Chambers

Favorite Films: Fireproof
Saving God
Dreamer
Two Brothers

Children's Films: Ratatouille
Spirit, Stallion of the Cimmaron
Monsters Inc.
Finding Nemo
Peter and the Wolf

Kristi in the Western Reserve said...

another category might be publisher, though I am not sure how many might be in the category...

I wanted to mention Greyladies Press, associated with the bookstore called The Old Children's Bookshelf in Edinburgh. I was there last summer and they are the publishers of the recently discovered D.E. Stevenson manuscripts never before published: Emily Dennistoun and The Fair Miss Fortune. They also publish school stories from the UK.

Brenda, I hope posting in this format is not bad for you. There is nowhere else to do it, though I imagine I might have emailed. Sorry.

Kristi in the Western Reserve said...

Children's books: The All of a Kind Family and the others in the series by Sydney Taylor.

All of a Kind Family Uptown
All of a Kind Family Downtown
Ella of All of a Kind Family

Anonymous said...

Books - fiction

The Gresham Chronicles - Blackwell

becka said...

Hope I'm not too late--busy weekend. If so, keep this for the next time. :)

Authors, Fiction
Miss Read
Alexander McCall Smith
Patricia Wentworth

Authors, Nonfiction
Elisabeth Elliot
Robert Hastings (A Nickel's Worth of Skim Milk)
Randy Alcorn (Heaven and Safely Home)
Isobel Kuhn
Liane Brown (Refuge and From Fear to Freedom)

Fiction Titles
Persuasion by Jane Austen

Cooking and Sewing Titles
Home Cooking and More Home Cooking by Laurie Colwin

More with Less Cookbook by Doris Jansen Longacre

Hospitality with Confidence by Grace Pittman

Once a Month Cooking by Mimi Wilson and Mary Beth Lagerborg

Make a Mix Cookery and More Make a Mix Cookery by Eliason, Harward, and Westover

Even More Quilts for Baby by Ursula Reikes

Devotional Books
Loving God with All Your Mind by Elizabeth George

Hidden Art by Edith Schaeffer

Lessons from a Sheep Dog by Phillip Keller

Walking through the Fire by Laurel Lee

Evidence Not Seen by Darlene Deibler Rose