Some of the other schools that I've either attended or taught at had old libraries, but none of them was as cool as Edmond Low. It SMELLS like old books. As I was thinking about it today, I wondered: What books are you reading (or planning to read)? Here's what I've got going on right now (not counting my daily scripture reading):
Books I'm reading:
- Men of valor: The powerful impact of a righteous man, by Robert L. Millett
- Scholarship reconsidered: Priorities of the professoriate, by Ernest L. Boyer
- The ID case book: Case studies in instructional design, by Peggy A. Ertmer and James Quinn
- Golf: Lessons I learned while looking for my ball, by John Bytheway
Books I'm soon to pick up:
- Twilight, by Stephanie Meyer (and I don't mind admitting it!)
- Leadership, by Sterling W. Sill
- Jesus the Christ: A study of the Messiah and His mission, by James E. Talmage
- What engineers know and how they know it: Analytical studies from aeronautical history, by Walter G. Vincenti
So what about you? I know you must love books, too. What are you reading? What are you going to read? Any suggestions for me?
In the meantime, smell a book and enjoy!