Thursday, August 2, 2012


This months National Year of Reading theme is “question.” What books have you read that have made you question something? It could have caused you to question your prior thoughts on something, or maybe question somebody else’s actions, maybe your own actions. It could even be a book that is questioning society’s attitudes on a topic. Share your thoughts below.

Some suggestions are:

  • My story by Schapelle Corby
  • Kath’s Miracle by Kathleen Evans
  • Into the Wild by Jon Krakauer
  • A question of belief by Donna Leon
  • Toughest trivia quiz questions by Jamie Wagglen
  • 300 questions about dogs by Heike Schmidt-Röger
  • Sing you home by Jodi Picoult
  • Can you play cricket on Mars? : and other scientific questions answered by Patrick Moore
  • Change your questions, change your life: 10 powerful tools for life and work by Marilee Adams

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I recently read a book called "dying to be me." It is written by a woman named Anita who had a near death experience. She suffered from cancer and while she was unconscious and her organs had failed she experienced death. Then she woke up and her cancer had begun to heal. I'm often quite a sceptic about these sought of stories but this one was really interesting and certainly made me question what I believe in. Basically what Anita is saying in the book is that our soul's are "love" and are all connected - what religion you are doesn't matter. I'm not explaining it too well but it was a really nice book.