To celebrate the centenary of The Representation of the People Act, we're each reading a book, of our own choice, about Suffrage.
At our last meeting, we reviewed our Christmas Challenge books...
This proved to be an interesting challenge, with a wide variety of books, of a similarly broad selection of genres. Everyone seemed to have enjoyed the books they'd read, and some of us came away with a list of books we now want to read, which is one of the reasons these challenges work so well.
Here's a list of the books that we read between us;
A book with a fir tree on the cover:
- A Family Christmas, Katie Flynn
- The Fir Tree, Hans Christian Andersen (illustrated by Sanna Annukka)
- The Good Little Christmas Tree, Ursula Moray Williams
- Murder on Chritstmas Eve, Various authors
- The Twelve Days of Christmas, Gary Dickinson
A book with a one word title:
- Lagom, Nikki Brantmark
- Mozart, Edward Holmes
- Americanah, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
- Sin, Josephine Hart
- Inquisition, David Gibbins
A book with a red cover:
- Post Truth, Evan Davies
- The Nutcracker, E T A Hoffmann (illustrated by Sanna Annukka)
- The Death of King Arthur, Peter Ackroyd
- A Novel of Susan, Lee Wilson