What I Read in February - Intentional By Grace

From My Bookshelf to Yours: What I Read in February

What I Read in February - Intentional By Grace
I didn’t create a reading list for this year. Instead, I challenged myself to a reading challenge. You can read more about my 2015 Reading Challenge here.

This month I challenged myself to read at least one book on relationships, but as I expected, I didn’t read just one book.

Here’s the list I read in February:

 Pulling Back the Shades by Dr. Juli Slattery  & Dannah K. Gresh – This was my relationship book for the month. I really enjoyed this book. I learned so much about how God views sex. It was a raw, honest look at sexuality and the temptations we face as Christian women. I highly recommend this book!
 Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery – I have been thoroughly enjoying this series! I never read these books as a child. I can identify so much with Anne and her bosom buddy Diana.
 Educating the WholeHearted Child by Clay Clarkson with Sally Clarkson – This book came highly recommended to me. For some reason I hesitated to read it. I’m not sure why. However, I’m so glad I finally picked it up. It is one of those books that has me nodding in agreement over and over again.
 The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum – This was our first attempt at a chapter book read-aloud with my four year old. My son and I loved this books! It was my first read through of this book, and I have to say, it ruined the movie for me.

What did you read in February? What were your favorite reads?

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  1. I have the Wizard of Oz to read to my kids too. Did you read the abridged or whole version?

    We have read several classics already and they have been so much better than the Disney movies. I had to explain to my boys why the Jungle Book was so much different from the book.

    I’m impressed at how much reading you get done in a month!