My Librarian: Anne
I spent my childhood deep in Lake Effect Snow Country where the bookmobile only came once a month. In preparation for winter I had stacks of books that I would pile next to my bed and read late into the night while the wind shook my windows and I huddled under tons of blankets.
For the most part - my “adult reading” consists of Christian non-fiction and self-help health books.
The majority of the recommendations for juvenile fiction have been through the reading I have done while serving on the Young Hoosier Book Award Committee for the last three years. I have some favorites that did not make their list and I am dying to share.
Request a book recommendation. Be sure to select Anne as your librarian.
My Top Picks
This is an eclectic list of Christian Non-Fiction, self-help, and other assorted beloved books.
Recent Juvenile Fiction: Fantasy/Mystery
These are some of the very favorite fiction pieces that I LOVED.
Realistic/Historic Juvenile Fiction
I love realistic fiction and especially historical fiction!
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