“She has become too fond of books…”

Shame on you if you don’t get that quote, just kidding!
1) The Secret of the Rosary by St. Louis de Montfort
2) The New American Bible
3) The Red Keep by Allen French
4) The Inferno by Dante
5) My Sister Saint Thérèse by Sr. Geneviève of the Holy Face
6) To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee
7) Autobiography of St. Teresa of Avila by herself
8) The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis (it should be read in its entirety, seriously.)
9) The Fellowship if the Ring by J.R.R. Tolkien.
10) A story still being written, perhaps some day it will be a fantasy, fiction, or autobiography, or a poetry book, or a sketchbook that no one cares to look through (due to my lack of ability to accurately draw people and animals). Only God knows what’s in store for that little books. Perhaps it will be so full that I’ll have to start a new one!
By the way, if you’ve gotten this far, you must care, so I’ll tell you what that quote is. “”She has become too fond of books and they have addled her brain.”–Louisa May Alcott. Just thought it was kind of amusing considering how much literacy can effect the way a woman changes the world.

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