01 March 2010

2009 Books

Need to make room for my list of books for 2010. The goal this year is 60. The reading last year was a little lean - but so much transition I will give myself several mulligans. Here is the list from 2009 so I do not forget or misplace exactly what I read.

The Heart Leans a Little to the Left by William Sloane Coffin,Cathedral by David Macaulay, Happy to be Nappy by bell hooks, Surprised by Hope by NT Wright, A Mind to Murderby PD James, Abe's Honest Words by Doreen Rappaport,Mosque by David Macaulay, March On! The Day My Brother Martin Changed the World by Christine King Farris, The Sabbath: Its Meaning for Modern Man by Abraham Joshua Heschel, Why New Orleans Matters by Tom Piazza, The Tale of Despereaux by Kate DiCamillo, 1 Dead in Attic by Chris Rose, Life Together by Dietrich Bonhoeffer, All for God's Glory: Redeeming Church Scutwork by Louis Weeks,Delivering the Sermon by Teresa L. Fry Brown, Primary Speech: A Psychology of Prayer by Ann and Barry Ulanov,Henry's Night by D.B. Johnson, Sabbath in the City: Sustaining Urban Pastoral Excellence by Bryan P. Stone and Clarie E. Wolfteich, Who Needs Donuts? by Mark Alan Stamaty, Pigeon Feathers and Other Stories by John Updike,The Crucible of Redemption: The Meaning of the Cross-Resurrection Event by Carlyle Marney, Wendell Berry and the Cultivation of Life: A Reader's Guide by J. Matthew Bonzo and Michael R. Stevens, A Confederacy of Dunces by John Kennedy Toole, Building the Book Cathedral by David Macaulay, Gumbo Tales: Finding My Place at the New Orleans Table by Sarah Roahen, A. Lincoln: A Biography by Ronald C. White

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