Wednesday, March 16, 2011

On Reading Classics. . . again!


I just finished this book, and wouldn't you know, it just made me want to read more classics! But not just classic novels. I want to read biographies of great people, I want to read nonfiction (no surprise), and I want to be inspired to think great thought by reading the great thoughts of the great men and women who lived before me.

At less than 200 pages, this book is a very quick read. Everyone, go out and read it and then come back and tell me what you think.

2 comments:

Amy R. said...

Hey Sarah--I read this book last year and I thought it was great. It really inspired me to go back to reading the classics. I am just about done with Les Miserables. You are right, we need to study the great men and women and what they wrote so we can be more prepared to face our future. Hope you are doing well. Love You, Your Cousin Amy R.

tracy said...

Sarah, now you need to read Leadership Education: The Phases of Education!

Love you!