Bookshelf 2010

What I Read In 2010

The Thing Around Your Neck by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

 ImageLet’s Stay Together by Johnathan & Toni Alvarado

Godric by Frederick Buechner

Listen, My Son by Lee H. Butler

From Where You Dream by Robert Olen Butler

The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao by Junot Diaz

The Maytrees by Annie Dillard

Best African American Fiction 2010African American Fiction 2010, Gerald Early (ed.)

The Gorgeous Game by Donna Freitas

The Art of Fiction by John Gardner

Writing Down the Bones by Natalie Goldberg

Will to Change by bell hooks

My Photo Like Trees, Walking by Ravi Howard

The Year of Living Biblically by A.J. Jacobs

Sex and the iWorld by Dale Kuehne

Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis

Asylum, Prison, & Poorhouse by David Lightner

Chicago Ragtime by Richard Lindberg

Letters From Black America by Pamela Newkirk

Glorious by Bernice McFadden

Sugar by Bernice McFadden

This Bitter Earth by Bernic McFadden

Beneath the Lion’s Gaze by Maaza Mengiste

/media/images/products/0800636562.jpgIn the End-The Beginning by Jurgen Moltmann

The Sky is Everywhere by Jandy Nelson

The Me I Want to BeThe Me I Want To Be by John Ortberg

Wench by Dolen Perkins-Valdez

The Measure of a Man by Sidney Poitier

Incarnate Leadership by Bill Robinson

The Boy Next Door CoverThe Boy Next Door by Irene Sabatini

For We Have This Treasure by Paul Scherer

A Perfectly Good Family by Lionel Shriver

We Need To Talk About Kevin by Lionel Shriver

How to Think Theologically by Howard Stone and James Duke

Tomorrow by Graham Swift

Healthy Sleep Habits, Happy Child by Marc Weissbluth

There Goes the Neighborhood: Racial, Ethnic, and Class Tensions in Four Chicago Neighborhoods and Their Meaning for America (Vintage) CoverThere Goes The Neighborhood by William Wilson & Richard Taub

On Writing Well by William Zinsser

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