July 2022 Book Reading List



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Another month has come and gone - meaning, on this blog at least, it’s time for another book reading report.

I read 26 books to my son and 12 books to my daughter.

I finished one book for myself - but I also didn’t finish (and won’t finish) another book.

Books I Read to My Children

Books I Read to My Son

Here are the 26 books I read to my son:

Books I Read to My Daughter

And here are the 12 books I read to my daughter:

The Books I Read for Me

I started reading Why Has Nobody Told Me This Before? by Dr. Julie Smith. I didn’t finish it, though. It’s not that the book was bad, it’s just I wasn’t getting anything out of it. It might have been more helpful if I read it ten or twenty years ago.

So I picked up another non-fiction book in an entirely different domain - Pro Git 2nd Edition. The ebook is free at the Git website and seems to be perpetually free on Amazon. (The print book is like fifty bucks, though.)

I found the Pro Git book to be quite useful, albeit a bit outdated. It’s for Git 2.0, whereas Git is currently on version 2.37.1 and has has a number of new commands (most notably [git switch](https://git-scm.com/docs/git-switch)).

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