Christmas Reading from the Claremont Institute
The Claremont Institute
offers a reading list for Christmas with contributions from 28 different writers and scholars (including ME) and ranging from biography, philosophy and history to novels, children's books and even television programs and CDs. (Perhaps "reading list" is a misnomer in this digital age and it should be replaced with "intellectual stimulation list"?) In any event, have a look at the offerings and the descriptions therein and enjoy! My contribution includes two wonderful books I have enjoyed reading aloud to my children during the last year along with an explanation of why I think you will have similar experiences with them if you have children about who are in want of good stories--as, of course, they all are. Happy reading and Merry Christmas!
12:58 PM / December 8, 2009