Summer is just about here so I’m sure that means very busy schedules for most of you! Don’t forget to order or go find a copy of Susanna Wesley: The Mother of John & Charles Wesley by Arnold A. Dallimore Right now you can get used copies for just 25 cents!
You’ll want to read about this lady! The youngest of 25 children and having 19 of her own will prove to be a good read! Our books are intertwining a bit… as a student, Daniel Defoe (the author of Robinson Crusoe) visited her husband, Samuel.
Happy 1st Anniversary to us!!! Yep, this month we turn ONE!
Watch for a newsletter coming soon!
In other news, Saturday we were going to meet to discuss The Shack……… BUT there was only one other person who could make it. She and I decided to discuss it another night. (probably a week night) If you are have read it and are interested in grabbing some coffee with us one night to chat about it please let me know and I’ll pass on the details!
Next month’s book is Suzanna Wesley by Arnold A. Dallimore on June 20th. We are getting into summer schedules and I know things get booked (hehe) up pretty quickly. Don’t forget to get this book soon so you have time to read it! We were also planning on having June’s meeting be a family picnic, maybe more in the afternoon/evening with a pitch-in for dinner. Please give me some feed back if you and your family are interested and would be able to make it. Should be lots of fun!!!
Thanks and happy reading!
February: Robinson Crusoe on Feb. 21st, 10:oo am at Higher Grounds
March: social get-together! (since April’s book we are taking two months to read) We’ll make magnetic bookmarks have tea and cake and maybe some other fun things too! Date TBD. Let me know if you have any suggestions.
April: Animal Vegetable Miracle by Barbara Kingsolver, on April 18th, 10:00 am at the park
May: The Shack by William P. Young, on May 16th, 10:00 am at the park
June: Suzanna Wesley by Arnold A. Dallimore (and a brunch picnic for the whole family!) on June 20th at 10:00 am, location TBD
July: My Name is Asher Lev by Chaim Potok, 10:00 am at the park, date TBD
August: The Code of the Wooster by PJ Woodhouse, 10:00 am at the park, date TBD