Anna, I thought I would give you a slightly shorter list than Emily, since I know with work and everything, you will have a bit less time for reading than she. Here are some great books I hope you enjoy! Happy Reading!
1. Digging Ditches by Helen Roseveare This is another part of Dr. Roseveare's autobiography, telling her amazing stories as an medical missionary.
2. Mansfield Park by Jane Austen. I'm reading this right now, and I thought you might like to join me!
3. The Hiding Place by Corrie Ten Boom. I'm not sure if you've already read this or not, but even if so, I thought you might like a refresher before reading:
4. Tramp for the Lord by Corrie Ten Boom. This is a fascinating book about Corrie's travels all over the world and how in her fragile old age,the Lord answered her prayers and provided for her over and over keeping her safe and whole, and enabling her to tell her story over and over. This is a woman who survived the Holocaust! I know for a fact that the library at Calvary has like 97 copies of this book.
5. The Peacemaker by Ken Sande. I'm having Emily read the student edition of this one, hoping that she would share it with Abby, too. I thought you guys might like to read it together!
6. The Princess and the Goblin by George MacDonald. This is your George MacDonald to read. MacDonald is the author that influenced C.S. Lewis the most, and he is just an amazing storyteller. If you like it, there is a sequel, The Princess and Curdie.
7.The Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis. I hope I'm not giving you a bunch of books you've already read, but I know you will really like this one. The letters from the demon Wormwood to his uncle Screwtape are so clever, so humorous (at times) and so true to life! This book is quite original, and well done as only Lewis can do!