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2010 Reading List

Every year, it’s the same: I start out sure that I’ll run out of good reads. Now, that’s laughable on many levels, especially if you’ve ever walked into a bookstore or library. I mean, come on!

I’m happy to report that 2010 was not that year.

  1. The Guardian (Dee Henderson)
  2. Cherries In Winter: My Family’s Recipe for Hope in Hard Times (Suzan Colon)
  3. If Today Be Sweet (Thrity Umrigar)
  4. Day After Night (Anita Diamant)
  5. Food Rules (Michael Pollan)
  6. The Happiness Project (Gretchen Rubin)
  7. The Guinea Pig Diaries: My Life as an Experiment (AJ Jacobs)
  8. Her Fearful Symmetry (Audrey Niffenegger)
  9. Thank Heaven: A Memoir (Leslie Caron)
  10. The Unlikely Disciple (Kevin Roose)
  11. The Postmistress (Sarah Blake)
  12. The Help ( Kathryn Stockett
  13. The Penelopiad (Margaret Atwood)
  14. Firefly Lane (Kristin Hannah)
  15. A Mountain of Crumbs (Elena Gorokhova)
  16. Bitter Sweets (Roopa Farooki
  17. Getting the Pretty Back (Molly Ringwald)
  18. The Red Pyramid (Rick Riordan)
  19. Not Buying It: My Year Without Shopping (Judith Levine)
  20. Spoon Fed: How Eight Cooks Saved My Life (Kim Severson)
  21. The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake (Aimee Bender
  22. Half Life (Roopa Farooki)
  23. The Summer Guest (Justin Cronin)
  24. When You Reach Me (Rebecca Stead)
  25. The Bucolic Plague (Josh Kilmer-Purcell)
  26. The Hunger Games (Suzanne Collins)
  27. Getting to Happy (Terry McMillan
  28. Practicing Hospitality (Pat Ennis & Lisa Tatlock)
  29. The Truth Seeker (Dee Henderson)
  30. The Irresistible Henry House (Lisa Grunwald)
  31. Catching Fire (Suzanne Collins)
  32. The Protector (Dee Henderson)
  33. Mockingjay (Suzanne Collins)
  34. The Healer (Dee Henderson)
  35. Lift (Kelly Corrigan)

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