†Pocahontas and Captain John Smith, by Marie Lawson
†The Landing of the Pilgrims, by James Daugherty
†The Voyages of Henry Hudson, by Eugene Rachlis
†Will Shakespeare and the Globe Theater, by Anne Terry White
A Christian Manifesto, by Francis A. Schaffer
Margin, by Richard A. Swenson, M.D. - I liked this one; had some good insights.
English Literature, by H. E. Marshall - Loved this book; lots of wonderful quotes.
How Computers Work, by Roger Young - It wasn't quite what I'd thought it would be.
The Romance of Writing, by Keith Gorden Irwin - About the history of the written word. There were some cool pieces of information.
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, by Mark Twain (for school) - It's funny and thoughtful.
The Quick & Easy Way to Effective Speaking, by Dale Carnegie - Lots of reasonable and practical advice and stories, also encouraging.
Very Good Jeeves, by P. G. Wodehouse - I ♥ Wodehouse.
poetry by Dickenson, Poe, Emerson and Whitman (for school)
The Beast in the Jungle (short story), by Henry James (for school)
The Tell Tale Heart (short story), by Edgar Allan Poe (for school)
Once Upon a Time - I'm rewatching it, starting at the beginning. I love it so much.
Madagascar 3 - Circus-Afro.
† Landmark Book