Thursday, March 23, 2006

Thursdays Book Thirteen

Thirteen Things about Some of My Favorite Books. I love reading and have shelves and shelves filled with books, so these will change, depending on my mood and time.

1. 84 Charing Cross Road - by Helene Hanff
2. The Source - by James Michener
3. The Prophet by Kahlil Gibran
4. Emotional Intelligence by Daniel Goleman
5. Chicken Soup for the Soul
6. The Hiram Key
7. The Tao of Winnie-the-Pooh
8. All the Harry Potter books
9. The Shamer's daughter by Lene Kaaberbol
10. London, the novel, by Edward Rutherfurd
11. All of Alexander McCall Smith's books about Mma Ramotswe
12. The Ripper and the Royals
13. Macbeth, by old Will

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Melli said...

Isn't The Prophet ALL of our favorites? You can't go wrong with that book! I love it! And The Tao of Winnie the Pooh! (and of course Winnie The Pooh too!) And good ol' Harry Potter... yes indeed! GREAT list LL!

Wystful1 said...

I've been tempted to pick up the book The Source...but it's soooo thick. roflmao. As all of James Michner books. I did make it through Centennial, which is because it's about the area I grew up in...which made it more easily read. You have some very deep, thought provoking subjects in which to read. I do love Shakespeare and haven't gotten the book out in a long time. Will have to do that as I too, love to read.

Carmen said...

thanks for visiting my 13. I love the harry potter books too!

Wystful1 said...

LL--you got it! I got your order for pizza.

Chi said...

Oh, I think The Prophet is the best, LL but what a great list!