There are times when I like to focus my reading, listening, and watching on a theme. Right now it is Finland, land of many ancestors.
Riding with Reindeer Bicycling can be done in bad weather, in areas with so few people that you converse with any animal or object.
The Princess Mouse: A Tale of Finland Love the one you’re with, with great illustrations.
The Year of the Hare The reserved Finns are too much for me. I shall befriend a hare.
Culture Shock! Finland Finns are reserved. Who knew. I found the Culture Shock! India book very helpful and am currently reading the Finland guide.
The Winter War It’s been a while since I read this, but it has helped form my image of Finland.
Louhi, Witch of North Farm Louhi, the Witch of North Farm, partakes in the activities of daily life in Finland. She makes blueberry soup. She looks at the boats. She knits. However, she isn’t in the mood for everyday activities. She wants to do something Witch-Witch-Witchety. Louhi goes out looking for trouble…and finds it!
Living in Finland Just browsed this one.
Finlandia Too many changes in volume for my old car. I was constantly adjusting the volume. I’ve gotten a newer car to try again.
Ultimate Scandinavia I didn’t even know that river boarding was a sport. Now I want to try it!
Mother of Mine A child, WWII, Finland and Sweden.
Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale Reindeer, Santa Claus, mining, elves, and a child hero in a dark comedy. Very funny for those with a tough skin.
Aki Kaurisaki’s Leningrad Cowboys
Finnish…In 60 Minutes “…the listener can commit it to memory.” I daresay that the editor of this blub should consider the difference between can and may.
Do you have any suggestions for me?