My Ten Favorite Books

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I was invited to participate in this challenge by blogger Lynda Lambert. Here’s how it works. Think of your ten favorite books and write them down. Then invite three other bloggers to create their own lists of ten favorite book titles and invite three other bloggers and so forth. You can read her guidelines here.

Below is my list of ten books. I must admit this was tricky. At first, I could only think of five books, but then titles kept coming. They’re not in any particular order. I just wrote them down as they popped into my head.


1. The Wizard of Oz by Frank Baum
2. The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett
3. The Thorn Birds by Colleen McCullough
4. Marjorie Morningstar by Herman Wouk
5. Little Town on the Prairie by Laura Ingalls Wilder
6. The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain

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My Ten Favorite Books

I created this Challenge and posted my own 10 favorite books on my blog.

I invited 3 friends to participate. This is Joan’s response to my challenge.

What do you think? Are any of your favorites on Joan’s list?
This list has several books on it that I read and loved, tool

When you think you can only list 10 books, it is really a difficult task.

You con’t have to wait to be invited. Just copy and paste the challenge for yourself, and post it on your blog.
Let the world see hwat your favorite books are.

Jewniquely Myself

Dear Readers,

Think back, way back, to the many books you have read over your lifetime.

Remember how it felt to curl up in your father’s big armchair on a frosty winter night, your favorite book in hand, delighting in every page you turned?

Remember perching in your favorite tree on a lazy summer afternoon, lingering over a masterfully constructed sentence, an imaginative phrase, the perfectly chosen word?

Remember when you simply could not put down the book you were reading?

And remember how you read your absolute favorite books over and over again?

Me too!

Well, talk about a challenge: I have been asked to whittle my lengthy list down to only 10 favorite titles!

Here are the rules for this CHALLENGE:
1._ Think about those books you enjoyed over a lifetime of reading. It is not easy to do because you have to whittle your list down to…

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Story Behind I have decided to Follow Jesus

I am Re-Blogging the history behind the famous song, “I Have Decided to Follow Jesus.” No turning back. No turning back.

When I accepted Jesus Crhist into my own life in 1973, I heard those words in my mind as I got out of my seat and walked down the isle to the altar. Tank you for this history behind the lyrics!

Christ is Our Foundation

About 150 years ago, there was a great revival in Wales, England. As a result of this, many missionaries came from England and Germany to North-East India to spread the Gospel. At the time, north-east India was not divided into many states as it is today. The region was known as Assam and comprised hundreds of tribes. The tribal communities were quite primitive and aggressive by nature.

The tribal were also called head-hunters because of a social custom which required the male members of the community to collect as many heads as possible. A man’s strength and ability to protect his wife was assessed by the number of heads he had collected. Therefore, a youth of marriageable age would try and collect as many heads as possible and hang them on the walls of his house. The more heads a man had, the more eligible he was considered.

Into this…

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