Books Read in 2019

^ indicates borrowed books
# indicates audiobooks

  1. Haphazard by Starlight: A Poem a Day from Advent to Epiphany. Janet Morley.
  2. A Thread of Grace. Mary Doria Russell. #
  3. Mere Christianity. C. S. Lewis.
  4. A Wizard of Earthsea. Ursula K. Le Guin. #
  5. The Tombs of Atuan. Ursula K. Le Guin. #
  6. The Farthest Shore. Ursula K. Le Guin. #
  7. The Heart’s Time: A Poem a Day from Lent to Easter. Janet Morley.
  8. Tehanu. Ursula K. Le Guin. #
  9. Longitude. Dava Sobel. #^
  10. The Other Wind. Ursula K. Le Guin. #
  11. Shadow and Bone. Leigh Bardugo.
  12. Trail of Lightning. Rebecca Roanhorse.
  13. Akata Witch. Nnedi Okorafor.
  14. Uprooted. Naomi Novik. #^
  15. The Tiger’s Wife. Téa Obrecht. 35%
  16. The Clockmaker’s Daughter. Kate Morton. ^ 50%
  17. The Clockwork Scarab. Colleen Gleason. ^
  18. Pride and Prejudice. Jane Austen. #^
  19. The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. S. Lewis. #^
  20. Prince Caspian. S. Lewis. #^
  21. Shameless. Nadia Bolz-Weber. #
  22. Evelina. Frances Burney.
  23. The English Child in the Eighteenth Century. Rosamond Bayne-Powell. ^
  24. The Scarlet Pimpernel. Baroness Orczy. #
  25. The Clockwork Universe. Edward Dolnick. #
  26. Persuasion. Jane Austen. #^
  27. Evolving in Monkey Town. Rachel Held Evans. #^
  28. Frederica. Georgette Heyer. ^ 42%
  29. Grace (eventually): Thoughts on Faith. Anne Lamott. #^
  30. Childhood and Children’s Books in Early Modern Europe, 1550-1800. Andrea Immel and Michael Witmore, eds. ^ 21%
  31. Fashioning Childhood in the Eighteenth Century: Age and Identity. Anja Müller, ed. ^ 53%
  32. The Republic of Pirates: Being the True and Surprising Story of the Caribbean Pirates and the Man Who Brought Them Down. Colin Woodard. #
  33. The Real Jane Austen: A Life in Small Things. Paula Byrne. #

…not to mention the many, many pages and articles relating to news, library science, literature, and sundry topics that caught my fancy over the year…

…and listening to hundreds of hours of podcasts, notably: