Another book club choice was The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind by William Kamkwamba and Bryan Mealer. Again, I didn't make it to the meeting to discuss, it was late and cold... I hope the morning meeting in January will take place. Anyway, with or without the discussion this is a great book and I'm glad I've read it. When I mentioned it to my coworker, she said she saw William on TV. And just yesterday I found out that a documentary film is in the making. I would like to see it when it comes out.
And now I'm going through all my Christmas themed books.
Richard Paul Evans: The Christmas Box. I didn't read this book this time. I read it earlier and remember liking the story. Instead I sent it in a Secret Santa package.
Debbie Macomber: Call Me Mrs. Miracle. This book involves some people who haven't celebrated Christmas for many years because of a tragic event in their family that happened at Christmas time and others who do their best to make it the best Christmas despite difficult circumstances... I enjoyed the story and then sent the book to someone who wished for books by this author.
Max Lucado: The Christmas Child: A Story of Coming Home. A nice little story. I decided to wild release this book. It was found a day or two later by a student. Nice catch.
Joel Osteen: The Christmas Spirit. Christmas memories from his family and his friends. I was reminded that it's important to share stories and memories from the past with the children. After reading the book, I gave it to a coworker whose daughter is a fan of the author.
And now I'm reading The Purpose of Christmas by Rick Warren.