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Happy New Year!
For this issue, I'm starting off with a selection of books with daily readings to get you through the year.
I've also added a new section to the website: Children and Books.
You can think of it as either a weblog or a series of essays about reading to children and children reading.
I'll add to it every time I post an issue of Sonderbooks.
Today's entry is about starting out, getting a toddler to like books.
January 10, 2005
*****A Year With C. S. Lewis, by C. S. Lewis
***Finding Time for Serenity, by Barbara Cawthorne Crafton
***Poem a Day, Volume 2, edited by Laurie Sheck
***A Writer's Book of Days, by Judy Reeves
*****The Inescapable Love of God, by Thomas Talbott
****If Grace Is True, by Philip Gulley and James Mulholland
****There Are No Shortcuts, by Rafe Esquith
***Selling Women Short, by Liza Featherstone
***In Search of the World's Worst Writers, by Nick Page
***Sahara, by Michael Palin
***Bob Greene's Total Body Makeover, by Bob Greene
***Deck the Halls, by Mary Higgins Clark and Carol Higgins Clark
Young Adult Fiction***Snow-Walker, by Catherine Fisher
Children's Nonfiction***On Writing for Children and Other People, by Julius Lester
***Gilgamesh the Hero, by Geraldine McCaughrean
***Poop, by Nicola Davies, illustrated by Neal Layton
Children's Fiction***The Legend of Spud Murphy, by Eoin Colfer
(Children's Fiction): ****The Prince of the Pond, by Donna Jo Napoli
Picture Book Pick
****Bittle, by Patricia MacLachlan and Emily MacLachlan, illustrated by Dan Yaccarino
Quotation of the Week
“Story makes us more human to each other.”
—Julius Lester in On Writing for Children and Other People
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