This is a treasure that I picked up when we visited The Farm. I never intended to actually read it, but opened it up to look and then sat there and read the whole book.
It was published in 1931, which was probably the reason I bought it. When I find anything older than I am I like to have it around .
Just a story of a Jewish man who just wanted a simple life and since I found it at The Farm it is even more special.
PJ has finished The Help so I'm going back to the Kindle now. While she had it I read an old Anne Tyler book," Earthly Possessions". I'm thinking of re-reading "The Patchwork Planet" also.
Sometimes the books I enjoy most come from suggestions by bloggers so I would really like to hear about your favorite books and authors.
Crafts and salsa tomorrow....rain now for two days, I feel guilty because other parts of the country need it so badly too. Good Thursday, y'all.