Five Fall Favorites Day 6

6:00 AM


There is nothing better on a cold morning than to grab a cup of tea, a good book, and cuddle under a warm blanket.

The one of the main characters in this book is a horse. And this book had a huge impact on me. This book is fun, and one of the best Narnia books.

A cat who can read, write, and understands people? It might sound a bit odd, but this book was so much fun!
Read my review HERE:

This was as awesome as the first book. I mean, Mia has to save a dog. How cool is that?
Read my review HERE.

This is about a missionary kid who grew up in the Amazon. There are a lot of animals mentioned in here. (okay, a bit of a stretch for this list but...)

5. Squeaky 
Yes, this is a kid's book, but I love it. Being a short girl, I felt a kinship to this tiny kitten.
Read my review HERE.

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8 comments

  1. Oh, the Kitten Files. :) Such fun stories to read and laugh over. :) Even if I don't like cats. ;)

    Thank you for sharing your favorite books this week, Sarah! I've enjoyed all your posts.

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    1. I don't like cats either.
      I have enjoyed your posts as well. I look forward to doing this next year.

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  2. Oh, the kitten case files!! My sister, Rachel, read and loved those! They're still on my unending TBR pile!!! :P

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    1. The nice thing is that they are short. You can read both of them in an hour or two. :)

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  3. Olivia Bell (aka Livy)October 7, 2017 at 7:38 PM

    Those sound neat! Thank you for being a host in this wonderful party, it was amazing and I had the best time this week, filling up bushel baskets with books! For animal books, when I was younger I was kinda into the "Animal Ark" series, those are fun books! :D

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  4. I really must read the Chronicles of Narnia!

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    1. I wouldn't say it is a must. Some of my family doesn't like them at all. However, they ministered to me.

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