The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society - What an entertaining book! Definitely one of my favorites I've read in a long while. Very witty but serious at the same time. Go get it. It's worth a read.
Auschwitz: A new history - Totally great book. I really like WWII history, so I thoroughly enjoyed it. If WWII/Holocaust isn't an area of interest for you, I'd pass this one by because the atrocities are (obviously) unreal; however, the politics/planning/design that went into Auschwitz was really interesting to read about. I especially enjoyed reading this one on the heels of The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society since the author discusses the German occupation of Guernsey and how some of its inhabitants were sent to Auschwitz.
The South Beach Diet - This is a book about food. People food. How could this book possibly be bad?? Anyway, my mom read it so that she could lose her "baby weight". As best I can tell, there's no baby in her, so I'm unclear on what that means, but the book was good and she's had good results so far.
Bummer that I didn't get more reading done. My goal to read 100 pages per day is going well. I haven't hit it every day, but it's been pretty close. Unfortunately, I didn't start it until late in the month, so I didn't have enough time to ramp things up and get a good long list. Though, 3 books, plus Bible reading with an infant at home seems like a pretty good effort!