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Favorite books of 2020
2020 is far from over, but I already know this book belongs on my list of best books read in 2020.
The Day the World Came to Town: 9/11 in Gander, Newfoundland by Jim Defede. This is a book I read using the Kindle app on my phone with a free Kindle Unlimited trial.
Here’s my review of the book that I left on GoodReads. “This is an amazing story. It starts by telling the history of Gander International Airport and goes on to tell the stories of passengers and flight crews who were forced to land in Gander, Newfoundland when the U.S. air space was shut down for the days following the attacks in 9/11. It was amazing to hear how the town stepped up to welcome all those passengers who were forced to stay in Gander and the surrounding towns.”
What’s on my nightstand?
I’m currently reading The Testament by John Grisham as a physical book that is literally on my nightstand. My husband read it first and recommended it to me. This is a book we already owned, probably from a bag sale at a local library.
I’m reading Little Town on the Prairie by Laura Ingalls Wilder as a read-aloud with my 8-year-old. This is a book my daughter picked up from a book giveaway at her school.