I’ve asked some of my fav people and keen readers to share their favourite books of 2015. Like my fav people, these books are a jumble of ages, genres and lengths…I like my friends and my books DIVERSE.
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Anita. Where to start? Anita is the woman I ring in times of crisis and in times of joy. She has seen me through some of the hardest, hardest times in my life – in fact she was the first person I called when I found out my brother had died. I met Anita as a beginning teacher and she has been an un-official teaching mentor ever since and then she became a parenting mentor and at all times she has been a wonderful friend. I now teach with her husband, and like Anita, Steve is one of the best teachers I’ve ever had the privilege to meet. If I could have the choice of anyone to teach my children in primary school – Steve and Anita would be up there. Anita also has exceptional taste in books and I almost always agree with her choices – though I’d add a bit more grit into the mix sometimes 🙂
I absolutely love Anita’s list – mainly because I’ve not read a few of them and have added them to my ‘must-read’ list. ‘The Good Life’ I just ordered…HAD to have that one! If you’ve not yet read ‘Big Little Lies’…GET IT NOW.
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‘Everday Superfood’ by Jamie Oliver
‘Craft for the Soul’ by Pip Lincoln
‘The Good Life’ by Hugh Mackay
‘Finding Audrey’ by Sophie Kinsella
‘Big Little Lies’ by Liane Moriarty
‘Relativity’ by Antonia Hayes (Anita tells me that her interview with Richard Fidler is also a must listen to on podcast)
‘Eye of the Sheep’ by Sofie Laguna
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