Sunday, August 06, 2006

While I'm at it

While I'm here and book posting, this one came from the Little Professor: Which authors dominate your shelves? (Domination = five or more books)

This is from memory, since most of my books are at school, but here's a guess: Louisa May Alcott, Madeleine L'Engle, Maud Hart Lovelace, L.M. Montgomery, J.K. Rowling, Valerie Tripp, Shakespeare, Ann M. Martin, Toni Morrison, Laura Ingalls Wilder, Irving Stone... ok, I'm not sure I can think of any from my shelves at school that I have in such volume, except L'Engle. (I do not count either General Convention or the Standing Committee on Liturgy and Music as an author.) These are all from home.

I'll keep thinking, but now it's time for shower and bed.

5 comments:

Dawgdays said...

Tom Clancy
Frank Herbert
Richard Feynman

Raisin said...

Margaret Atwood
Elizabeth Berg
Laurie Colwin
Joan Didion
Gail Godwin
Jane Smiley
Anne Tyler
Virginia Woolf

Baruch Grazer said...

In Bible:
Choon Leong Seow
Patrick D. Miller
Clark M. Williamson

Birds and Nature:
Edwin Way Teale
David Sibley

Chess:
Lev Alburt
Yasser Seirawan

Fiction:
Robert A. Heinlein
Isaac Asimov
Ray Bradbury
J.R.R. Tolkien

If the criterion were "four or more" things would threaten to get out of hand...

Beth said...

You have five or more books by each of two authors on the topic of chess?

Baruch Grazer said...

[embarrassment-covering unconvincing scoffing-laughter-voice with forced guffaw]
No!
[/[unconvincing embarrassment-covering scoffing-laughter-voice with forced guffaw]