Here is the list of favorite titles, read and enjoyed outside our book club selections, and presented at our “book talks” in December. Once again, it is a diverse and entertaining list of both fiction and nonfiction books, all available in our library’s collection.
Happy Holiday reading!
MacDonald, Ann-Marie. The Way the Crow Flies. 2004.
Lindhout, Amanda. A House in the Sky; a memoir. 2013.
Stowe, Harriet Beecher. Uncle Tom’s Cabin. 2003, c1852.
Kidd, Sue Monk. The Invention of Wings. 2014.
Grissom, Kathleen. The Kitchen House. 2010.
Tartt, Donna. The Goldfinch. 2013.
Marciano, Francesca. The Other Language; stories. 2014.
May, Elizabeth. Who We Are; reflections on my life and Canada. 2014.
Six Nutrition and Diet books highlighting the psychological aspects of nutrition:
Scott, Trudy. The Anti-Anxiety Food Solution. 2011.
Ross, Julia. The Mood Cure. 2004.
Selhub, Eva. Your Brain on Nature. 2012.
Dean, Carolyn. The Magnesium Miracle. 2006. (on order)
Robbins, John. Healthy at 100. 2006.
Rosenthal, Joshua. Integrative Nutrition. 2008.
Remarque, Erich Maria. All Quiet on the Western Front. 1996.
Humphreys, Helen. Leaving Earth. 1998.
Connelly, Michael. The Burning Room. 2014.
Hadfield, Chris. An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on Earth. 2013.
Forster, E.M. A Passage to India. 2005, c1924. (audiobook highly recommended)
Boyden, Joseph. The Orenda. 2013.
Toews, Miriam. All My Puny Sorrows. 2014.
Galloway, Steven. Cellist of Sarajevo. 2008.
Winter, Kathleen. Annabel. 2010.
Van Camp, Richard. The Lesser Blessed. 2013.
Keyes, Marian. This Charming Man. 2008.
Stoker, Bram. Dracula. 2005, c1897.
Reichl, Ruth. Delicious! 2014.