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Winter Reading Roundup & Ice Cream Truck Etiquette

Read anything good lately? We dish about our reading habits lately, what books we’ve finished, and what’s in our queue. Plus we share how we’re navigating our in-person book club through a pandemic and chat about the books our kids are enjoying.

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3 responses to “Winter Reading Roundup & Ice Cream Truck Etiquette”

  1. Listening now…my daughter loved The Who Was I? books, and I read a few months ago that Netflix is developing into a series.

  2. Thanks for the book recommendations! I wish I had the time to read as much as you guys do, but at least with your recommendations I’ll be able to add a bunch of good ones to my “to read” list! Thanks again (from Wisconsin!)

  3. This was a fun episode!
    My kiddos also like the Magic Tree House books and the Vanderbeeker series. “Iggy Peck and the Mysterious Mansion” is a fun mystery by Andrea Beaty. Another great series is the Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis, though I recommend it as a read aloud instead of an audiobook, as the reader is a little hard to understand with his English accent.
    Kelsey, I have an online book club and we read “Becoming Mrs. Lewis” last year. Here’s our review if you’re interested once you’re finished reading:
    I’m interested in reading C.S. Lewis’ “A Grief Observed” and rereading “Till We Have Faces,” which both relate to this book.
    “Just Mercy” is on my list for this year, too.
    Erica, you might be interested in these nonfiction books that I’m reading with my book club this year: “Not for Ourselves Alone: The Story of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony” by Geoffrey C. Ward and Ken Burns, “The Warmth of Other Suns: The Epic Story of America’s Great Migration” by Isabel Wilkerson, and “The Sun Does Shine: How I Found Life and Freedom on Death Row” by Anthony Ray Hinton and Lara Love Hardin.

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