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More Than Mystery Books
January 16, 2003

"People who cannot find time for recreation are obliged sooner or later to find time for illness."
–John Wanamaker


We don't want to give the impression that early childhood professionals only read mystery books (when they aren't reading Child Care Information Exchange). So we have shared some of our recent non-mystery favorites, and invite you to share yours.

Bonnie's Recent Favorites

Renato's Luck by Jeff Shapiro: "I loved the character development in this fun story set in a small village in Tuscany."

The Soul of the Chef by Michael Ruhlman:  "This book is not just about cooking, but about how anyone can invest passion in what they do. On an airplane I met the doctor that Ruhlman is doing his next book on, so I was especially interested in this book."

Roger's Recent Favorites

The Miracle of Castel Di Sangro by Joe McGinnis: "A true story about a soccer team from a tiny town in Italy's poorest region that had an impossibly great run in national competition."

The House of Moses All-Stars
by Charley Rosen: "A sports story, about a Jewish professional basketball team traveling cross country in the 1930's, All-Stars is much more than that, taking a look at the cultural tensions during a difficult period." 

When you are finished escaping with a good piece of literature, check out all the good books that relate to your day job in the Exchange Bookstore at www.ChildCareExchange.com


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