The Rookie's Library February 14th, 2006

What I'm Reading:

"Reviving Ophelia: Saving the Selves of Adolescent Girls" by Mary Pipher, PhD. (C) 1994 Ballantine Books ISBN 0345392825

"Real Boys' Voices" by William S. Pollack, PhD. (C) 2000 Random House ISBN 0679462996

"Buyers, Renters and Freeloaders: Turning Revolving-door Romance into Lasting Love" by Willard F. Harley, Jr. (C) 2002 Baker Book House ISBN 0800758552

"Bold Love" by Dr. Dan B. Allender and Dr. Tremper Longman III (C) 1992 NavPress ISBN 0891097031 (Cover notes: "Know the difference between loving an evil person, a fool, and a normal sinner.")

What I'm Watching:

"Firewall" on the big screen

"UFO Files" on the History Channel

What I'm Hearing:

"20 Famous Pieces for Classical Guitar"

Coldplay "XandY" album

U2 "How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb" album

What's been left in my office:

A basket full of photos of old youth groups

The "Kramer" portrait from Seinfeld

A can of sunburn spray

1 comment:

Erika said...

"Reviving Ophelia" is very solid. I really like Mary Pipher's work (I just finished "Letters to a Young Therapist," her latest) to begin with, and coming from someone who was an adolescent girl not too terribly long ago, the book is invaluable to anyone dealing with them in any capacity. Should have been subtitled, "Things I Wish My Parents Had Known."