Saturday, January 2, 2016

Best of 2015 Non-fiction

Here are the top non-fiction books that I fell in love with in 2015.

I know this is actually fiction, but since it was more religious I put it with the non-fiction. This one spoke to me. I originally purchased it on my kindle. But I had to buy a paper copy because I wanted to highlight, write notes, and re-read parts. It was that good.
I didn't expect to like this book as much as I did. But it had so many insightful thoughts spread through out a humorous story. I kept reading parts out loud to my husband.
Loved writing style and the concepts presented. 
God had me read this book at a time I sorely needed it.
Wonderful parenting book that I think every parent should read.

This book was a favorite because it spoke to something I've experienced way too often recently - the need to know what to say or do when a friend is in need.  
The topic was something I needed to read, the writing style made it easy and enjoyable.
Another parenting book that was practical and spot on.
As someone who craves perfection, this was a much needed read.

This book was spot on and should be required for every parent.
Not sure if they count as books since they don't have words. But I've loved reviewing all of the adult coloring books that are so popular right now.

And now you have it. I will probably do a children's book list in the future, but don't want to inundate you with books to add to your wish-list.

Happy reading in 2016!

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