My reading for 2013 started off at a great pace:  I had read 28, more than half my goal of 52 (one per week), by the end of March.  That by the beginning of 2014 I had completed only 57 shows how busy the rest of the year was.

Here's the list, sorted alphabetically.  A chronological listing, with rankings, warnings, and review links, is here.  I enjoyed most of the books, and regret none.  Titles in bold are particular favorites.

  1. 3 Theories of Everything by Ellis Potter  
  2. Animorphs #1: The Invasion by K. A. Applegate
  3. Animorphs #2: The Visitor by K. A. Applegate
  4. Animorphs #3: The Encounter by K. A. Applegate
  5. Animorphs #4: The Message by K. A. Applegate
  6. Animorphs #6: The Capture by K. A. Applegate
  7. Animorphs #7: The Stranger by K. A. Applegate
  8. Animorphs #8: The Alien by K. A. Applegate
  9. Better than School by Nancy Wallace  
  10. Child's Work by Nancy Wallace  
  11. Cooked by Michael Pollan  
  12. Deer Hunting with Jesus by Joe Bageant  
  13. Difficult Personalities by Helen McGrath and Hazel Edwards
  14. Getting Organized in the Google Era by James A. Martin
  15. God Is Red by Liao Yiwu
  16. The Gospel of Ruth by Carolyn Custis James
  17. Guitar Zero by Gary Marcus
  18. Hannah Coulter by Wendell Berry, narrated by Susan Denaker (audio book)
  19. The History of the Medieval World by Susan Wise Bauer
  20. The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien
  21. The Hork-Bajir Chronicles by K. A. Applegate
  22. How to Be Idle by Tom Hodgkinson  
  23. The Idle Parent by Tom Hodgkinson
  24. Indian Captive by Lois Lenski
  25. The Keys to the Kingdom #1: Mister Monday by Garth Nix
  26. The Keys to the Kingdom #2: Grim Tuesday by Garth Nix
  27. The Keys to the Kingdom #3: Drowned Wednesday by Garth Nix
  28. The Keys to the Kingdom #4: Sir Thursday by Garth Nix
  29. The Keys to the Kingdom #5: Lady Friday by Garth Nix
  30. The Keys to the Kingdom #6: Superior Saturday by Garth Nix
  31. The Keys to the Kingdom #7: Lord Sunday by Garth Nix
  32. Kluge by Gary Marcus
  33. Landmark 2: The Landing of the Pilgrims by James Daugherty
  34. Landmark 9: The Building of the First Transcontinental Railroad by Adele Nathan
  35. Life of Fred: Apples by Stanley F. Schmidt  (This series is not bolded, because they are math textbooks, but I loved reading them, and they're great math stories.)
  36. Life of Fred: Butterflies by Stanley F. Schmidt
  37. Life of Fred: Kidneys by Stanley F. Schmidt
  38. Life of Fred: Liver by Stanley F. Schmidt
  39. Life of Fred: Mineshaft by Stanley F. Schmidt
  40. Lilith by George MacDonald
  41. Lost Women of the Bible by Carolyn Custis James
  42. Make the Bread, Buy the Butter by Jennifer Reese
  43. The Man Who Was Thursday by G. K. Chesterton
  44. Meet Christopher Columbus by James T. de Kay
  45. The Myth of the Garage by Chip Heath and Dan Heath
  46. The Princess and Curdie by George MacDonald
  47. The Princess and the Goblin by George MacDonald
  48. Project-Based Homeschooling by Lori Pickert
  49. The Second Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling  
  50. Simplicity Parenting by Kim John Payne
  51. The Sisters Grimm by Michael Buckley
  52. The Spirit Well by Stephen R. Lawhead
  53. The Story of the Other Wise Man by Henry Van Dyke
  54. The Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell
  55. What I Saw in America by G. K. Chesterton
  56. When Life and Beliefs Collide by Carolyn Custis James
  57. A Year with G. K. Chesterton edited by Kevin Belmonte
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