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  1. I featured your post in this week’s Learn & Play Link Up. Thank you for sharing! – Jae of The Pinay Homeschooler

  2. Wonderful! Yes, Unbroken is fabulous. Such a powerful message, especially for young boys. The young adult version is on the list for my boys to read too! Thanks for sharing!

  3. Thank you so much for choosing me as your favorite! Yes, I’ve had that experience many times too with a book. It makes me want to be extra cautious with non-Christian fiction too.

  4. Love how you broke down your list by categories. I also ADORE the book Unbroken. It is one of my all-time favorites, and I hope my son reads the younger version soon. I am going to have to check out that parenting book. My daughter is only six, and I love her innocence. I want to preserve it as long as possible under God’s care. Thanks for sharing at the #LMMLinkup.

  5. What an awesome list!! I have added a few from here that I haven’t yet read (especially the Laura Hildenbrand one) to add to my summer reading. Thank you so much for the wonderful suggestions and for sharing to the Monday Mish Mash Link Party!

  6. I read Same Kind of Different As Me several years ago and thought it was great. Did you know there is a sequel to it? It’s called What Difference Do It Make? It is also excellent. I am happy to hear there is a movie coming out about the first one. I’ve read other books by Francis Schaeffer and seen the videos of “How Should We Then Live.” They are excellent. The other books you mention also sound interesting. Thanks so much for sharing at #LMMLinkup!

  7. Thanks for sharing with us on Literacy Musing Mondays this week. I selected your post as my favorite of the week. I find reading non-Christian fiction tricky too. I just read Ashes by Ilsa J. Bick. It is really a page-turner, but toward the end the author started using inappropriate language which really caused me to want to put the book down. I was hooked though and wanted to find out what happens in the story. I am reluctant to review the book on my blog because of this.

  8. I get so excited to see new bookish posts linked up at Small Victories Sunday Linkup. I loved Unbroken, an incredible story and certainly puts our difficulties into perspective. I’d love to read All the Light and Dave Ramsey’s book as well. Thanks for sharing with Small Victories Sunday Linkup last week. Pinning to our linkup board and hope you joined us again this weekend.

  9. Thanks for the list. In the summer I usually indulge in lots of Christian historical fiction and other fiction. 🙂 The only book I’ve read on your list is Redeeming Love. I need to be better about including non-fiction in my book diet!

  10. Awesome, thanks! I already have a big list, but several of these look intriguing. I’ll have to see if they’re on (we’re living in Germany).

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