Louisa May Alcott Summer Reading Challenge – What I’m reading

2012 Summer reading challenge hosted at www.inthebookcase.blogspot.comThe In The Bookcase blog is holding a Louisa May Alcott summer reading challenge so you know I have to participate! :-)

Here’s what I plan on reading:

1. Finish my re-read of Little Women
(and Little Women (Norton Critical Edition) edited by Gregory Eiselein and Anne K. Phillips)

2. Finish my re-read of Louisa May Alcott:
A Biography
* by Madeleine B. Stern
(Also Old Books, Rare Friends: Two Literary Sleuths and Their Shared Passion by Madeline B. Stern and Leona Rostenberg since Leona’s discovering of Louisa’s alter ego, A. M.  Barnard, was made while Madeline was researching her biography)

3. Finish Eight Cousins

4. Read Work: A Story of Experience

5. At least start Louisa M. Alcott, Her Life, Letters and Journals,
edited by Ednah Cheney

Come and do this with me!

Just click on the picture above to find out more about this challenge. It’s really easy and should make for a nice summer. And, it’s a very appropriate way to celebrate the centennial of Louisa May Alcott’s Orchard House as a museum. :-)

What do you plan on reading?

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6 thoughts on “Louisa May Alcott Summer Reading Challenge – What I’m reading

  1. Jillian ♣ says:

    Sounds fun!!

  2. Nicolette says:

    Sounds great! I wish I’d create more time to read. It’s so enjoyable and breaks you away from computers and TV. :)

    • susanwbailey says:

      Agreed. It makes me feel better when I’m blue too. I decided to get up a half hour earlier in the morning so I could read and write for an hour before work. I also read when I work out a couple times a week. And lately at work, I have this new duty of scoring card stock paper for our brochures (I work in a real estate office supporting 20+ lovable divas :-)) – it’s mindless work using this nifty little gadget put out by Martha Stewart – and I read while I’m doing that. :-)

  3. Tarissa says:

    Thanks for joining in my reading challenge, Susan! I was hoping you would!

    Your list of books looks amazing. If I have time this summer, after I finish my own goal, I may take on one of two of the other books you’ve talked about on your blog. I’m really interested in some other material on Miss Alcott, and you have such an abundance of information on plenty of things I could read!

    I hope you have fun with this reading challenge, and good luck!

    • susanwbailey says:

      Hah, hope I didn’t get overly ambitious! I’m starting to read a little faster these days though and I do have to keep up with this blog. :-) Looking forward to the challenge!

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