Best Books of 2014

No blog about books would be complete without a year-end “best of” list. For me, the best are “books that I am most likely to read again.”  For fiction, I predict that I will turn to Donna Tart’s The Goldfinch many times in the years to come.  For non-fiction/memoir, I’ve been captivated by Karl Ove Knausgaard’s six-part autobiographical series, My Struggle, of which I read the first two volumes this year.  For poetry, I believe Teaching with Heart: Poetry That Speaks to the Courage to Teach is a collection and a resource that I will continue to draw upon.

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One Response to Best Books of 2014

  1. Megan Scribner says:

    We’re delighted and honored to be listed on your year-end “best of” list. Thanks so much! Megan Scribner, co-editor, Teaching with Heart.

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