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February 25, 2006

Here’s the new Christian Bookseller Association (CBA) list of bestsellers for March 2006. I find this list pretty interesting. You can go to their site and see who the publishers are. Thomas Nelson and Zondervan seem to have the most top-selling books this month.

There are definitely more nonfiction books than novels on this list — why is that? I know personally I read very little fiction (unless it’s for children), though it’s about all I read growing up. Now, as a mom with five kids, I love reading nonfiction books that give me new insight or inspiration — because I GIVE a lot; I also need to RECEIVE a lot from reading (with the Bible being #1 of course).

I guess a lot of people thought The Five Love Languages (#2) made a nice Valentine gift. That’s a long-running bestseller! I know one of my blog readers in Japan says she loves this book.

I have NOT read Captivating yet. I’d like to — has anybody else read anything on this list (or not on this list) you liked recently?

1. Cure for the Common Life — Max Lucado
2. The Five Love Languages — Gary Chapman
3. Captivating — John & Stasi Eldredge
4. The Purpose Driven Life: Keepsake Edition — Rick Warren
5. Dinner With a Perfect Stranger — David Gregory
6. Even Now — Karen Kingsbury
7. The Bible Promise Book (NIV) — Toni Sortor, ed.
8. The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe — C.S. Lewis
9. The Purpose Driven Life — Rick Warren
10. End of the Spear — Steve Saint, SaltRiver
11. The Total Money Makeover — Dave Ramsey
12. The Witness — Dee Henderson
13. Wild at Heart — John Eldredge
14. Love and Respect — Emerson Eggerichs
15. Blue Like Jazz — Donald Miller
16. Battlefield of the Mind — Joyce Meyer
17. For Women Only — Shaunti Feldhahn
18. Come Thirsty — Max Lucado
19. Showdown — Ted Dekker
20. Boundaries — Henry Cloud & John Townsendp
21. The Great Physician’s Rx for Health and Wellness — Jordan Rubin
22. Knowing Aslan — Thomas Williams
23. Every Young Woman’s Battle — Shannon Ethridge & Stephen Arterburn
24. Having a Mary Heart in a Martha World — Joanna Weaver
25. The Power of a Praying Wife — Stormie Omartian
26. Unlikely Angel — Ashley Smith & Stacy Mattingly
27. Jerusalem Countdown — John Hagee, Charisma
28. Your Best Life Now — Joel Osteen
29. Mere Christianity — C.S. Lewis
30. What on Earth Am I Here For? — Rick Warren
31. Voices of the Faithful — Beth Moore
32. The Threshing Floor — Juanita Bynum
33. The Maker’s Diet — Jordan Rubin
34. Living the Extraordinary Life — Charles Stanley
35. Heaven — Randy Alcorn
36. The Ezekiel Option — Joel Rosenberg
37. Forgiven — Karen Kingsbury
38. Your Best Life Now Devotional — Joel Osteen
39. Rediscovering the Kingdom — Myles Munroe
40. Wild at Heart — John Eldredge
41. The Quilter’s Daughter — Wanda Brunstetter
42. The Pilgrim’s Progress — John Bunyan
43. 90 Minutes in Heaven — Don Piper with Cecil Murphey
44. The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe — C.S. Lewis
45. Lies Women Believe — Nancy Leigh DeMoss
46. The Power of a Praying Parent — Stormie Omartian
47. Twelve Extraordinary Women — John MacArthur
48. Captivating: A Guided Journal — John Eldredge
49. The Dream Giver — Bruce Wilkinson & David & Heather Kopp,
50. Sharing Your Life Mission Every Day — Brett Eastman

P.S. Don’t forget to be thinking about next week’s Carnival of Beauty topic, hosted by Marla of Just Marla. Send her your post link by 3 pm next Tuesday, Feb. 28. Marla says, “The theme is the Bible, so feel free to share your thoughts on the whole book, a favorite passage, or whatever else is Biblically relevant.”

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