Summer Reading List

Here are some books you might think about reading this summer. If you have a book to add to our list, feel free to email Scott Steele or just add a comment at the bottom of the page. Enjoy!



  "A Light In The Attic" by Shel Silverstein. Great fun! Easy way to introduce kids to poetry. Shel Silverstein has several other books that are great fun for the whole family.








 "Vampire Defense" by James Bell. This book is written by a retired Mississippi Circuit court judge who now practices law. Mr. Bell says the story is based on a true story!









 "The Maze Runner" by James Dashner










 "The Art Of Racing In The Rain" by Garth Stein. Told from the family dog's point of view. What  he's thinking but can't tell the family.







 "Love From A Distance" -- a collection of poems written by Kristin Sevin from Brandon, MS while her husband was deployed overseas. (Thanks for the tip Malinda!) Get it on Amazon.








 "The Circle Maker" by Mark Batterson. This book revolutionized my prayer life in 2 hours. Profound. Get it on Lifeway. (Scott)








 "Happy Happy Happy" by Phil Robertson. Pretty solid look at why America is the way it is today. Get it here.










"The Hiding Place" by Corrie Ten Boom. A story of non-Jews put in a WWII Nazi Concentration Camp. Amazing story of survival in a positive light. (Thanks Dee!!) Get it here.










"The Two Minute Drill To Manhood" by John Croyle. Get it here.



 





"The Street Sweeper" by Tim Enochs. A conversation between a man and a street sweeper who shares his secret to his idea of success. Get it here.









  "Jesus Calling" by Sarah Young. Daily devotionals. I've had tons of people refer this   book.  You've probably seen loads of quotes from this book on social media. Get it here.
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