Archive for Sunday, September 25, 2005

What are you reading?

September 25, 2005


Kristin Koetting O'Byrne, professor, Leawood

"'Building Moral Intelligence,' by Michele Borba. It's about teaching virtues to children and raising moral and emotionally intelligent children."

Kevin Rathbone, cook, Lawrence

"I just read 'The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay,' by Michael Chabon. It's about these guys in the '30s and '40s who are writing a comic book. It's incredibly well-written."

Heather Epperly, real estate agent, Lawrence

"'Seven Habits of Highly Effective People,' by Stephen R. Covey. I wanted to read it to help with my new job and career."

Mary Conklin, interior designer, Lawrence

"'Pride and Prejudice,' by Jane Austen. It's about a family in the 1800s. The mother is trying to get all of her daughters married off into prosperous relationships."

Jordan Fisher, Kansas University senior, Lawrence

"'The Da Vinci Code,' by Dan Brown. So many people recommended it to me, I thought I'd check it out."


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