I keep a list of books that I want to read. (Everyone does, right?) Here’s what’s on it today:

The Splendid Table’s How to Eat Supper, by Lynne Rossetto Kasper and Sally Swift

Villette, by Charlotte Bronte

The Tenant of Wildfell Hall, by Anne Bronte

Where the Heart Is
, by Billie Letts

East of Eden
, by John Steinbeck

The New Moosewood Cookbook
, by Mollie Katzen

The Way of Zen, by Alan Watts

Funeral Rights, by Robert Larkins

Our Inner Ape
, by Frans de Waal

Natural Fashion: Tribal Decoration from Africa, by Hans Silvester

Square Foot Gardening, by Mel Bartholomew

Eat Me, by Kenny Shopsin

Still Life with Woodpecker
, by Tom Robbins

Rowan says this is the most boring post ever. Kind of shocking from someone who can get so, shall we say, ‘agitated’ about the fact that the next Sisters Grimm book isn’t out yet, but I forgive her.


4 thoughts on “

  1. I love looking at others’ book lists, read and to be read. East of Eden was my favorite at Park School in Brookline where my friend Ruth and I took turns reading it and writing notes and doodles to one another in the margins. Still Life With Woodpecker! Another long ago favorite.

  2. I love the Square Foot Gardening book, though it wasn’t complete enough on it’s own. Great place to start though!I would really love that Alan Watts book too. I’ll need to add “Twilight” to my personal list since everyone I know has raved about it.:) Cool list!

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