I'm back from my hiatus to bring you a fun post for the season! I love fall so much and one of my favorite ways to spend autumn afternoons is with a warm drink and a good book! Here are a few books I thought you might enjoy this fall!
Heritage of Praise by Rebekah Morris
This is a sweet Thanksgiving story that I read last year that I think everyone will enjoy! It’s short and just might inspire a new Family tradition.
Jonas and Olivia by Victoria Minks
This book just screams fall to me. The setting aides this idea 😉 It’s an adorable Revolutionary War story the whole family will enjoy, especially if you happen to like Pollyanna!
The Old River Road by Hailey Rose
A lovely historical fiction that chronicles her family history, this book covers multiple seasons, but to me, it’s a perfect read for a cold autumn or winter evening.
Three People by Isabella Alden
For me, this one is between fall and winter. It’s a story about three boys born the same day in three different stages of society…and how the evils of alcohol affect them all. A deeper book, it is thought provoking and challenging for the Christian life!
A Question of Honor by Jesseca Wheaton
Okay, so I think this actually takes place mostly in the summer, but I really like it as a fall read. It’s about Americans flying planes in the RAF (Royal Air Force) before Pearl Harbor during WWII. And it might have to do with a Jewish girl and a Nazi…One warning though, there’s a little smidgen of romance at the very beginning, but then the couple gets married, so it’s great after that.
And of course, I love a good mystery during the fall! So, here’s a list of some of my favorite series!
The Farm Mystery Series by Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Castleberry—8-12 suggested age, but older ones love them too!
Nancy Drew by Carolyn Keene (Minor Edits) –8-99 😉
The Hardy Boys by Franklin W. Dixon (Minor Edits) –8-99 😉
Patchwork Mysteries by Guideposts (Minor Edits) 16+
Have a Blessed Day and Happy Reading!
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