Sunday, June 28, 2009

Our Favorite Reads In June

Gerard's best book for June: The Unlikely Disciple by Kevin Roose

An Inside Look At Liberty College (50 stars)

What an awesome book this is! It tells the story of Kevin Roose who spent a year at Liberty University, an Evangelical Christian college. He covers all the bases. There are a lot of funny moments in this book, but what you believe will also be challenged in this book. Kevin says it all out and you may agree or disagree with his opinion. That's what is so good about this book. You will also meet his fellow classmates and learn about their beliefs too.

I really enjoyed this book a lot! No matter your religious belief, I think you will enjoy this book as well and get something out of it!! Super job, Kevin, thanks for sharing your experience.

I read this one too but wasn't as thrilled with it as Gerard. You can read my review of if at Zemek's Updates (What We've Just Read)

Karen's best book for June: The Ultimate Cat Lover by Marty Becker

The Ultimate Cat Lover was a delight to read! It had many short stories that were by different people about their experiences with their cat that were entertaining and amazing. The full-page color pictures of the cats interspersed in small sections throughout the book gives the reader a nice little break between the stories so it doesn't get monotonous and 29 pages are filled with expert advice about all kinds of cat related issues with recommended websites and other resources listed for further information. My favorite story was about the homeless man with his cat. I recommend this book to every cat owner!

Some of the recommended websites are: (pictures of the pet rescue of New Orleans after the hurricane); and (both these have advice on how to prevent loss or find a runaway pet). A foundation that is an identification system for pets in any emergency, such as lost, house fire, car accident, natural disaster, travel emergencies, can be reached at 1-800-HELP-4-PETS.

Now I want to read The Ultimate Dog Lover too!


Mike Golch said...

souds like some good reads.

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