April 26, 2005 / Spring 2005

What’s On Your Book Shelf?

Written by Marketing Staff

EACH ISSUE OF IDEA FILE FEATURES A LIST OF BOOKS YEARBOOK ADVISERS ARE READING AND USING. The list varies and includes book subjects ranging from instructional to popular non-fiction. For this issue, advisers were asked to name a book or two that they have set aside to read this summer, when the days are less hectic. Advisers have plans to read for work and pleasure. Maybe there is a book here you have not thought to pick up.

Hallelujah! The Welcome Table
Maya Angelou

The Trouble with Harry
Katie MacAlister

Message in a Bottle
Nicholas Sparks

The Notebook
Nicholas Sparks

Tuesdays with Morrie
Mitch Albom

Attitude is Everything
Keith Harrell

One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest
Ken Kesey

The Manchurian Candidate
Richard Condon

Eats, Shoots and Leaves
Lynne Truss

Man of Fire
A.J. Quinell

It’s Not About the Bike
Lance Armstrong

Confederates in the Attic: Dispatches From the Unfinished Civil War
Tony Horwitz

A Cup of Comfort for Teachers
Colleen Sell

One Hundred Years of Solitude
Gabriel Garcia Marquez

Good to Great
Jim Collins

Purpose Driven Life
Rick Warren

All Over but the Shoutin’
Rick Bragg

Redemption series
Karen Kingsbury and Gary Smalley

The Final Solution
Michael Chabon

Brick Lane
Monica Ali

Reading Lolita in Tehran
Azar Nafisi

Dreams from my Father
Barack Obama

Killer Smile
Lisa Scottoline

Elizabeth Costello
J.M. Coetzee

30 Minute Meals
Rachael Ray

The Pat Conroy Cookbook

2 Responses to “What’s On Your Book Shelf?”

August 21, 2009 at 3:20 am, Damilola said:

Please i need more information on the benefits of school yearbook to both the parents and children,am not finding it easy to give a detail inform in my School on importance of yearbook.Please i will need asap to help me have a good justification the yearbook publication in my school.
thank you


August 21, 2009 at 8:37 am, david said:

Try these two articles:

Raising yearbook staff members | Walsworth Yearbooks
The benefits of yearbook outweigh all the extra hours and effort put in by parents, and they are passionate about the value of the experience to their …

The journalism boost
When looking at budget cuts, you might wonder what local school board would cut the “Critical Thinking in Today’s World” class.


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