Good Read: Edenbrooke

I have been in a reading mood lately.  I have been looking around for a good book for a while.  Ever since I saw “Edenbrooke” recommended by Tam from Sew Dang Cute on her  Facebook page, I’ve been looking for it.  Luckily I saw it at Costco and bought it.  4 days later, I finished the book.  (Those were busy days too!!  If they weren’t, I probably would have been done in 2 days!)

Just like it says on the cover, Edenbrooke is a Proper Romance set in the 1800’s.  You can read more about it at Julianne Donaldson’s Blog and purchase from Amazon.

I think this is my new favorite book.  First I couldn’t put it down, now I can’t stop thinking about it, and I think I might need to read it again very soon.  Those are all good signs!  🙂  You should all read it, you will love it!

Other things I’ve been reading with my kids this summer are The Indian in the Cupboard, and Fablehaven.

I’ve also tried a few of these suggestions for younger kids.  Our favorite being STUCK.
What are you reading this summer?  What should I read next?

3 Replies to “Good Read: Edenbrooke”

  1. Hey Holly,

    I love seeing what your sisters and sister-in-law post on this blog….so fun! It is so nice to see a recommendation for a good book. When I saw this post on books I had to make a comment. Thanks for recommending some good children’s books….I love books for my kids, and love to see new ideas. I don’t know if you have read or seen the book “No More Kissing,” but it has to be my favorite children’s book of all time. I love it!! And my kids love it!! We have given this book for gifts too. I’m giving you a link off amazon and you can see a little bit of the inside of the book….if you don’t have it….get it in hardback….you won’t be disappointed!

    Here is the link:

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