Search CalicoGal's books
Random books from CalicoGal's library
Why Should the Devil Have All the Good Music? by Paul Baker
How Green Was My Valley by Richard Llewellyn
Richard III and the Princes in the Tower by A.J. Pollard
Messianic Judaism: A Rabbi's Journey Through Religious Change in America by Carol Harris-Shapiro
Members with CalicoGal's books
Friends: abruno, aussiecowgurl, baileysgran, Bestine, Catgwinn, ExOrienteLux, highdesertlady, jchrishall, JeremyCShipp, jonhovis, ladymacbeth1, leeemerick, lennonj, marc_beherec, Marchbanks, margad, markusnenadovus, MerryMary, PensiveCat, pioneercynthia, press53editor, StanleyBalsky, tanzanite, TeresaInTexas, TexasBookLover, theoldman, TudorLady, wisewoman
Interesting library: abruno, ariadne02, aussiecowgurl, bolotnikov, brickhorse, carterchristian1, Catgwinn, dchaikin, EbHurley, Folkshul, HistoricFortWorth, historywitch, lennonj, LorriMilli, marc_beherec, Marchbanks, margad, missmonk, pksayre, rixtex, roanoketxlibrary, Strongbow, sugarhilllibrary, TexasBookLover, TexasGLO, texbrown, TudorLady
Member gallery (3)
Site design selection
The old design is no longer fully supported nor does it get full attention when we roll out new features. We strongly recommend using the new design.
TagsHistory (534), Texana (358), Historical Fiction (239), Young Folks' (225), England (211), Christian Devotion (169), Native Americans (168), American History (147), Lives (139), Folklore (139) — see all tags
About meReading always has been nearly as dear as breathing to me. I lean toward non-fiction and especially studies of the past, but also enjoy historical novels and stories ... which carry their readers to places far-removed.
About my libraryMy library has grown with me, moved with me and has begun to reach toward the next generation of partakers.
GroupsAmateur Historians, American History, Ancient and Medieval Manuscripts, Ancient History, Anglophiles, Archaeology, Arthurian Legends, BBC Radio 3 Listeners, Book Care and Repair, BookMooching —show all groups, Catholic Tradition, Cemeteries & Gravestones, Christian Historical Fiction, Christianity, Club Read 2012, Cookbookers, DFW LibraryThingers, Eureka! finds, Fairy Tale Readers, FantasyFans, Fifty States Fiction (or Nonfiction) Challenge, Genealogy@LT, Girlybooks, Historical Fiction, History at 30,000 feet: The Big Picture, History Fans, History: On learning from and writing history, I Survived the Great Vowel Shift, Irish & Celtic Studies, Jewish Cookbooks and Cookery, Jewish Fiction, Jewish History, Legacy Libraries, Let's Talk Religion, Medieval Europe, Monks, Monasteries and Monasticism, Myers-Briggs: All Types, Native/First Nations Literatures & Studies, Non-Fiction Readers, Prolific Plaidy, Rare, Old or Offbeat, Richard III, Romance - from historical to contemporary, Science Fiction Fans, Tea!, Texans Who LibraryThing, Texas History, Thank you for the music, The Chapel of the Abyss, The Green Dragon, Travel and Exploration literature, Vintage children's and young adult books, Westerns, Writer-readers
Favorite authorsRichard Adams, Marguerite De Angeli, Saint Bede, the Venerable, Herbert Eugene Bolton, Dee Brown, Aubrey Burl, A. S. Byatt, Benjamin Capps, Elizabeth Chadwick, Francis James Child, Joan Carroll Cruz, Sandra Dallas, Louise Erdrich, Antonia Fraser, John Graves, A. C. Greene, Marion Alphonse Habig, Alex Haley, Marguerite Henry, Tony Hillerman, Terry G. Jordan-Bychkov, Andrew Lang, C. S. Lewis, Morgan Llywelyn, George MacDonald, Catherine Marshall, Marian L. Martinello, Linda McCartney, Joni Mitchell, J. N. L. Myres, Crystal Payton, Sharon Kay Penman, Theda Perdue, Jean Plaidy, Chaim Potok, Madge Thornall Roberts, Leonard Sanders, Anne Seagraves, Lisa See, Anya Seton, Dr. Seuss, Elizabeth George Speare, Bryan Sykes, Tacitus, Laura Trim, Tasha Tudor, E. B. White, Christine Wicker, Laura Ingalls Wilder, William Butler Yeats, Adina De Zavala (Shared favorites)
LocationTexas, United States
Account typepublic, lifetime
Member sinceAug 10, 2007
Currently readingAll the Pretty Horses (The Border Trilogy, Book 1) by Cormac McCarthy
Most recent activity