books I’ve read in 2008

May
Overcoming the Five Dysfunctions of a Team: A Field Guide for Leaders, Managers, and Facilitators, Patrick Lencioni
Looking for God, Nancy Ortberg
Due South: Dispatches from Down Home, R. Scott Bruner

April
The Last Addiction, Sharon Hersh
Nurture, Lisa Bevere
Walking With God, John Eldredge
The Blue Star, Tony Earley
Crazy Sista Cooking: Cuisine & Conversation With Lucy Buffett, Lucy Buffett

March
Green Eggs and Ham, Dr. Seuss
The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, Patrick Lencioni

February
The Friday Night Knitting Club, Kate Jacobs
The Artist’s Way, Julia Cameron
God’s Silence, Franz Wright

January
Rammer Jammer Yellow Hammer, Warren St. John
Creole Thrift: Premium Southern Living Without Spending a Mint, Angela Parlange
Simplicity, Kim Thomas

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4 Comments on “books I’ve read in 2008”

  1. Karey says:

    Hey Amy, I just looked again at your list and I’ve got “Looking for God” and did start reading it. But with so many things to read, I didn’t finish it yet.The funny thing tho, is because of the cover picture and her talk of the movie “Soylent Green”. I got and watched the movie from Netflix. I wanted to see the scene she described.It seems lately, both with movies and an audio book, I’ve seen a variety of ‘end of the world’ scenarios – not planned! I’m waiting for “Children of God” audio book from the library, cuz I heard it’s different from the movie, and I’m curious.

  2. Karey says:

    Oops, I meant “Children of Men”, and I do have it I guess, but haven’t listened to it yet.

  3. Karey says:

    And … I need a recipe from you. And do we have an art meeting Wed?

  4. – How was Soylent Green? I’ve been curious about it, too. And I still need to see Children of Men.- I have a bad habit of keeping a handful of books going at one time.- Art meeting Wednesday from 5:30-6:40.- I’ll email you that recipe.


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