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1999: 5,149 pages in 22 books

  1. Apr. 8: The Torrents of Spring - Ernest Hemingway (90 pp.)
  2. Apr. 30: The Good Soldier - Ford Madox Ford (231 pp.)
  3. Why Johnny Can't Read - Rudolf Flesch (231 pp.)
  4. Dumbing Down Our Kids - Charles J. Sykes (336 pp.)
  5. The Thin Red Line - James Jones (510 pp.)
  6. The Woman in the Dunes - Kobo Abe (241 pp.)
  7. Communist-Socialist Propaganda in American Schools - Verne Paul Kaub (181 pp.)
  8. Life the Movie - Neal Gabler (244 pp.)
  9. Jul 2: As I Lay Dying - William Faulkner (270 pp.)
  10. Schools Without Scholars - John Keats (211 pp.)
  11. Amusing Ourselves to Death - Neil Postman (183 pp.)
  12. The Loved One - Evelyn Waugh (164 pp.)
  13. Lord Jim - Joseph Conrad (312 pp.)
  14. The Death of Outrage - William J. Bennett (170 pp.)
  15. Herzog - Saul Bellow (341 pp.)
  16. Beyond Greed - Hugh Segal (198 pp.)
  17. Believing Christ - Stephen E. Robinson (125 pp.)
  18. Ain't You Glad You Joined the Republicans? -John Calvin Batchelor (379 pp.)
  19. The De-Valuing of America - William J. Bennett (258 pp.)
  20. The Autobiography of Calvin Coolidge - Calvin Coolidge (247 pp.)
  21. American Individualism - Herbert Hoover (70 pp.)
  22. The Challenge to Liberty - Herbert Hoover (157 pp.)

2000: 7,117 pages in 28 books

  1. Pick a Better Country - Ken Hamblin (255 pp.)
  2. Dave Barry Is From Mars and Venus - Dave Barry (269 pp.)
  3. American Moments - Charles Kuralt (256 pp.)
  4. Faster - James Gleick (315 pp.)
  5. However Long and Hard the Road - Jeffrey R. Holland (137 pp.)
  6. For Common Things - Jedediah Purdy (238 pp.)
  7. Counseling With Our Councils - M. Russell Ballard (184 pp.)
  8. The Unbearable Lightness of Being - Milan Kundera (314 pp.)
  9. Christian Reflections - C.S. Lewis (176 pp.)
  10. A Brief History of Time - Stephen Hawking (215 pp.)
  11. The Miracle of Forgiveness - Spencer W. Kimball (380 pp.)
  12. Shattering the Myths of Darwinism - Richard Milton (303 pp.)
  13. Seize the Day - Saul Bellow (128 pp.)
  14. The Case Against Hillary Clinton - Peggy Noonan (202 pp.)
  15. The Great Republic - Winston S. Churchill (458 pp.)
  16. Standing for Something - Gordon B. Hinckley (224 pp.)
  17. The Conscience of a Conservative - Barry M. Goldwater (142 pp.)
  18. Things Fall Apart - Chinua Achebe (214 pp.)
  19. Ronald Reagan - Dinesh D'Souza (292 pp.)
  20. Abortion and the Conscience of the Nation - Ronald Reagan (63 pp.)
  21. God and Man at Yale - William F. Buckley, Jr. (254 pp.)
  22. Slouching Towards Gomorrah - Robert H. Bork (380 pp.)
  23. Breakfast of Champions - Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. (297 pp.)
  24. Timequake - Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. (267 pp.)
  25. The Plague - Albert Camus (309 pp.)
  26. The Way Things Ought to Be - Rush Limbaugh (332 pp.)
  27. 1066 - David Howarth (202 pp.)
  28. Dec. 31: The Winter of Our Discontent - John Steinbeck (311 pp.)

2001: 6,466 pages in 26 books

  1. The Bridge of San Luis Rey - Thornton Wilder (156 pp.)
  2. Slaughterhouse-Five - Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. (275 pp.)
  3. You Are Worthless - Oswald T. Pratt and Scott Dikkers (229 pp.)
  4. A Passage to India - E.M. Forster (362 pp.)
  5. The Fifth Column - Ernest Hemingway (154 pp.)
  6. If Thou Endure It Well - Neal A. Maxwell (150 pp.)
  7. The Beautiful and Damned - F. Scott Fitzgerald (449 pp.)
  8. Pure Drivel - Steve Martin (104 pp.)
  9. Carry On, Jeeves - P.G. Wodehouse (245 pp.)
  10. Sick Puppy - Carl Hiaasen (513 pp.)
  11. The Trial - Franz Kafka (281 pp.)
  12. The Light Within - W. Jeffrey Marsh (184 pp.)
  13. To the Lighthouse - Virginia Woolf (221 pp.)
  14. Portrait of the Artist As a Young Man - James Joyce (196 pp.)
  15. The Scarlet Letter - Nathaniel Hawthorne (254 pp.)
  16. Shopgirl - Steve Martin (151 pp.)
  17. Disgrace - J.M. Coetzee (220 pp.)
  18. Flu - Gina Kolata (307 pp.)
  19. Cinderella Story - Bill Murray (205 pp.)
  20. Answers to Gospel Questions – Volume 1 - Joseph Fielding Smith (233 pp.)
  21. Answers to Gospel Questions – Volume 2 - Joseph Fielding Smith (231 pp.)
  22. Fair Ball - Bob Costas (217 pp.)
  23. From Apostasy to Restoration - Kent P. Jackson (278 pp.)
  24. The Simpsons and Philosophy - William Irwin, et Al., ed. (308 pp.)
  25. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone - J.K. Rowling (309 pp.)
  26. Hardball - Christopher Matthews (234 pp.)

2002: 17,655 pages in 53 books

  1. Woe Is I - Patricia T. O'Conner (230 pp.)
  2. Answers to Gospel Questions – Volume 4 - Joseph Fielding Smith (226 pp.)
  3. Moby Dick - Herman Melville (705 pp.)
  4. Answers to Gospel Questions – Volume 3 - Joseph Fielding Smith (225 pp.)
  5. Breathe - Mason Brown (192 pp.)
  6. The Te of Piglet - Benjamin Hoff (257 pp.)
  7. When the Lights Went Out - Hugh W. Nibley (141 pp.)
  8. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn - Mark Twain (285 pp.)
  9. The Ten Things You Can't Say in America - Larry Elder (351 pp.)
  10. Answers to Gospel Questions – Volume 5 - Joseph Fielding Smith (201 pp.)
  11. The Autobiography of Parley P. Pratt - Parley P. Pratt (471 pp.)
  12. The Meaning of Hitler - Sebastian Haffner (165 pp.)
  13. Does America Need a Foreign Policy? - Henry Kissinger (296 pp.)
  14. A Concise History of the Russian Revolution - Richard Pipes (435 pp.)
  15. The Neal Pollack Anthology of American Literature - Neal Pollack (229 pp.)
  16. Sister Carrie - Theodore Dreiser (747 pp.)
  17. The First 2,000 Years - W. Cleon Skousen (380 pp.)
  18. The Roosevelt Myth - John T. Flynn (447 pp.)
  19. Look Back in Anger - John Osborne (96 pp.)
  20. True at First Light - Ernest Hemingway (320 pp.)
  21. The Mating Season - P.G. Wodehouse (273 pp.)
  22. My Antonia - Willa Cather (267 pp.)
  23. The Grapes of Wrath - John Steinbeck (670 pp.)
  24. The Old Man and the Sea - Ernest Hemingway (127 pp.)
  25. All the King's Men - Robert Penn Warren (449 pp.)
  26. SeinLanguage - Jerry Seinfeld (182 pp.)
  27. Absalom, Absalom! - William Faulkner (485 pp.)
  28. Cliffs Notes on Faulkner's “Absalom, Absalom!” - James L. Roberts (58 pp.)
  29. Handcarts to Zion - LeRoy R. and Ann W. Hafen (313 pp.)
  30. To Kill a Mockingbird - Harper Lee (281 pp.)
  31. The Code of the Woosters - P.G. Wodehouse (263 pp.)
  32. At Any Cost - Bill Sammon (278 pp.)
  33. Tender Is the Night - F. Scott Fitzgerald (326 pp.)
  34. Letters to a Young Contrarian - Christopher Hitchens (153 pp.)
  35. More Guns, Less Crime - John R. Lott, Jr. (216 pp.)
  36. Right Ho, Jeeves - P.G. Wodehouse (264 pp.)
  37. The Second World War: The Gathering Storm - Winston S. Churchill (779 pp.)
  38. The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy - Douglas Adams (155 pp.)
  39. The Light That Failed - Rudyard Kipling (256 pp.)
  40. The Second World War: Their Finest Hour - Winston S. Churchill (741 pp.)
  41. No One Left to Lie To - Christopher Hitchens (113 pp.)
  42. The Restaurant at the End of the Universe - Douglas Adams (166 pp.)
  43. Uncivil Wars - David Horowitz (140 pp.)
  44. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets - J.K. Rowling (341 pp.)
  45. The Third Thousand Years - W. Cleon Skousen (702 pp.)
  46. The Burden of Bad Ideas - Heather Mac Donald (246 pp.)
  47. Lectures on Faith - Joseph Smith, Jr. (92 pp.)
  48. The End of Racism - Dinesh D'Souza (711 pp.)
  49. The Lord of the Rings - J.R.R. Tolkien (1,130 pp.)
  50. Founding Brothers - Joseph J. Ellis (289 pp.)
  51. Square Peg - Orrin Hatch (279 pp.)
  52. Catch-22 - Joseph Heller (463 pp.)
  53. Cliffs Notes on Heller's “Catch-22” - C.A.Peek (48 pp.)

2003: 20,723 pages in 61 books

  1. Jan. 26: Bias - Bernard Goldberg (239 pp.)
  2. Jan. 28: The Second World War: The Grand Alliance - Winston S. Churchill (887 pp.)
  3. Feb. 3: The Threatening Storm - Kenneth M. Pollack (492 pp.)
  4. Feb. 24: The Road to Serfdom - Friedrich A. Hayek (312 pp.)
  5. Mar. 15: The Churchill Wit - Bill Adler (86 pp.)
  6. Mar. 26: The Second World War: The Hinge of Fate - Winston S. Churchill (982 pp.)
  7. Apr. 2: Radical Son - David Horowitz (456 pp.)
  8. Apr. 3: Why Orwell Matters - Christopher Hitchens (223 pp.)
  9. Apr. 8: Dereliction of Duty - Robert B. Patterson, Jr. (200 pp.)
  10. Apr. 8: Write Tight - William Brohaugh (199 pp.)
  11. Apr. 15: The Map That Changed the World - Simon Winchester (340 pp.)
  12. Apr. 28: The Second World War: Closing the Ring - Winston S. Churchill (733 pp.)
  13. Apr. 29: Barbarians Inside the Gates - Thomas Sowell (278 pp.)
  14. May 6: The Vision of the Anointed - Thomas Sowell (304 pp.)
  15. May 8: The Master of Petersburg - J.M. Coetzee (250 pp.)
  16. May 22: The Second World War: Triumph and Tragedy - Winston S. Churchill (791 pp.)
  17. May 23: Abraham - Bruce Feiler (224 pp.)
  18. May 26: The Final Days - Barbara Olsen (230 pp.)
  19. May 29: Getting It Right - William F. Buckley, Jr. (318 pp.)
  20. Jun. 2: How Democracy Failed - Ellen Switzer (183 pp.)
  21. Jun. 7: A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius - Dave Eggers (530 pp.)
  22. Jun. 12: The Abolition of Britain - Peter Hitchens (343 pp.)
  23. Jun. 14: The Forest for the Trees - Betsy Lerner (284 pp.)
  24. Jun. 20: Lake Wobegon Days - Garrison Keillor (512 pp.)
  25. Jun. 24: The Last Jihad - Joel C. Rosenberg (351 pp.)
  26. Jun. 30: The Fourth Thousand Years - W. Cleon Skousen (844 pp.)
  27. Jul. 2: A Charge to Keep - George W. Bush (259 pp.)
  28. Jul. 5: Sandy Koufax - Jane Leavy (295 pp.
  29. Jul. 9: The Great Rising of 1381 - Alastair Dunn (170 pp.)
  30. Jul. 14: The Crying of Lot 49 - Thomas Pynchon (152 pp.)
  31. Jul. 22: Coolidge - Robert Sobel (444 pp.)
  32. Aug. 4: Herbert Hoover - Eugene Lyons (444 pp.)
  33. Aug. 8: Have Faith in Massachusetts - Calvin Coolidge (285 pp.)
  34. Aug. 13: Surviving Modern Babylon - Jay Liechty (240 pp.)
  35. Aug. 19: Memoirs, Volume One - Herbert Hoover (493 pp.)
  36. Aug. 26: The Price of Freedom - Calvin Coolidge (407 pp.)
  37. Aug. 26: Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass - Frederick Douglass (127 pp.)
  38. Aug. 31: Mr. Conservative - Jack Bell (312 pp.)
  39. Sep. 1: The Taft Story - William S. White (282 pp.)
  40. Oct. 1: The Lost Tribes of the Book of Mormon - Phyllis Carol Olive (222 pp.)
  41. Oct. 2: The Three Nephites - Bruce E. Dana (135 pp.)
  42. Oct. 3: Memoirs, Volume Two - Herbert Hoover (403 pp.)
  43. Oct. 7: Why Not Victory? - Barry M. Goldwater (132 pp.)
  44. Oct. 8: Snobbery - Joseph Epstein (270 pp.)
  45. Oct. 9: Taxation - Andrew W. Mellon (229 pp.)
  46. Oct. 14: Waiting for the Barbarians - J.M. Coetzee (156 pp.)
  47. Oct. 21: My Early Life - Winston S. Churchill (395 pp.)
  48. Oct. 27: You Shall Know Our Velocity! - Dave Eggers (402 pp.)
  49. Oct. 29: Winston Churchill - John Keegan (196 pp.)
  50. Nov. 4: The Victim - Saul Bellow (264 pp.)
  51. Nov. 8: Out of Hand - Brandon T. Minster (328 pp.)
  52. Nov. 19: Basic Economics - Thomas Sowell (368 pp.)
  53. Nov. 21: Cat's Cradle - Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. (287 pp.)
  54. Nov. 23: No Way to Treat a First Lady - Christopher Buckley (289 pp.)
  55. Nov. 25: What Has Government Done to Our Money? - Murray N. Rothbard (116 pp.)
  56. Dec. 7: Joseph Smith - Robert V. Remini (205 pp.)
  57. Dec. 8: Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban - J.K. Rowling (435 pp.)
  58. Dec. 9: Memoirs, Volume Three - Herbert Hoover (500 pp.)
  59. Dec. 10: Tax Limitation, Inflation, and the Role of Government - Milton Friedman (116 pp.)
  60. Dec. 16: Koba the Dread - Martin Amis (282 pp.)
  61. Dec. 22: The Rise and Fall of Nauvoo - B.H. Roberts (492 pp.)

2004: 20,325 pages in 70 books

  1. Jan. 3: FDR's Folly - Jim Powell (340 pp.)
  2. Jan. 13: Abraham Lincoln - Thomas Keneally (183 pp.)
  3. Jan. 25: To Draw Closer to God - Henry B. Eyring (191 pp.)
  4. Jan. 31: The Book of Mormon - Joseph Smith, Jr., trans. (541 pp.)
  5. Feb. 3: The Gulag Archipelago, Volumes I and II - Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn (653 pp.)
  6. Feb. 9: American Sphinx - Joseph J. Ellis (365 pp.)
  7. Feb. 11: Letters to a Young Conservative - Dinesh D'Souza (229 pp.)
  8. Feb. 15: John Brown - Merrill D. Peterson (197 pp.)
  9. Feb. 16: The Automatic Millionaire - David Bach (232 pp.)
  10. Feb. 21: Breakdown - Bill Gertz (304 pp.)
  11. Feb. 27: Free to Choose - Milton and Rose Friedman (339 pp.)
  12. Feb. 29: The Moral Basis of a Free Society - Steve Forbes (57 pp.)
  13. Mar. 3: Invasion - Michelle Malkin (324 pp.)
  14. Mar. 12: Unlimited Power - Anthony Robbins (444 pp.)
  15. Mar. 13: Two Treatises of Civil Government - John Locke (258 pp.)
  16. Mar. 22: The Last Juror - John Grisham (355 pp.)
  17. Mar. 22: Because He First Loved Us - Henry B. Eyring (233 pp.)
  18. Mar. 25: Age of Iron - J.M. Coetzee (198 pp.)
  19. Mar. 30: Slander - Ann Coulter (241 pp.)
  20. Apr. 1: Rumsfeld - Midge Decter (232 pp.)
  21. Apr. 8: Bush at War - Bob Woodward (375 pp.)
  22. Apr. 20: The Emperor - Ryszard Kapuscinski (164 pp.)
  23. Apr. 27: The Hobbit - J.R.R. Tolkien (275 pp.)
  24. May 5: The Great Apostasy - James E. Talmage (176 pp.)
  25. May 17: Intruder in the Dust - William Faulkner (244 pp.)
  26. May 21: Feminist Fantasies - Phyllis Schlafly (266 pp.)
  27. May 26: Mexifornia - Victor Davis Hanson (166 pp.)
  28. Jun. 1: Rewriting History - Dick Morris (291 pp.)
  29. Jun. 7: The Official Handbook of the Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy - Mark W. Smith (245 pp.)
  30. Jun. 16: On Liberty - John Stuart Mill (169 pp.)
  31. Jun. 21: The Last Days - Joel C. Rosenberg (384 pp.)
  32. Jun. 26: The Case for Israel - Alan Dershowitz (257 pp.)
  33. Jul. 12: Animal Dreams - Barbara Kingsolver (342 pp.)
  34. Jul. 14: Bleachers - John Grisham (163 pp.)
  35. Jul. 14: The Snows of Kilimanjaro and Other Stories - Ernest Hemingway (155 pp.)
  36. Jul. 29: Othello - William Shakespeare (365 pp.)
  37. Aug. 9: Paris to the Moon - Adam Gopnik (343 pp.)
  38. Aug. 16: Tuxedo Park - Jennet Conant (330 pp.)
  39. Aug. 17: Me Talk Pretty One Day - David Sedaris (272 pp.)
  40. Aug. 29: A Fierce Discontent - Michael McGerr (396 pp.)
  41. Sep. 3: Ron Brown's Body - Jack Cashill (329 pp.)
  42. Sep. 5: Portnoy's Complaint - Philip Roth (274 pp.)
  43. Sep. 10: Their Eyes Were Watching God - Zora Neale Hurston (236 pp.)
  44. Sep. 12: Unfit for Command - John E. O'Neill and Jerome R. Corsi (209 pp.)
  45. Sep. 15: Classical Economics Reconsidered - Thomas Sowell (163 pp.)
  46. Sep. 18: Founding Father - Richard Brookhiser (215 pp.)
  47. Sep. 19: Forty Ways to Look at Winston Churchill - Gretchen Rubin (295 pp.)
  48. Sep. 21: Who's Looking Out for You? - Bill O'Reilly (213 pp.)
  49. Sep. 22: The Book of Mormon - Joseph Smith, Jr., trans. (541 pp.)
  50. Sep. 24: James Madison - Garry Wills (194 pp.)
  51. Sep. 29: A New Birth of Freedom - Steve Forbes (212 pp.)
  52. Oct. 6: Being America - Jedediah Purdy (344 pp.)
  53. Oct. 11: Applied Economics - Thomas Sowell (249 pp.)
  54. Oct. 16: The Manchurian Candidate - Richard Condon (311 pp.)
  55. Oct. 25: Songbook - Nick Hornby (207 pp.)
  56. Oct. 28: The Free Market Reader - Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr., ed. (392 pp.)
  57. Nov. 1: Buddha - Karen Armstrong (238 pp.)
  58. Nov. 2: Mormonism and Early Christianity - Hugh W. Nibley (455 pp.)
  59. Nov. 4: Moving to Small Town America - William Seavey (153 pp.)
  60. Nov. 8: As a Man Thinketh - James Allen (64 pp.)
  61. Nov. 15: The Presidency of William Howard Taft - Paolo E. Coletta (302 pp.)
  62. Dec. 2: The Radicalism of the American Revolution - Gordon S. Wood (440 pp.)
  63. Dec. 4: Deflation - Chris Farrell (219 pp.)
  64. Dec. 9: High Crimes and Misdemeanors - Ann Coulter (351 pp.)
  65. Dec. 17: What's the Matter With Kansas? - Thomas Frank (296 pp.)
  66. Dec. 21: The Divine Connection - Lloyd D. Newell (280 pp.)
  67. Dec. 22: Awaken the Giant Within - Anthony Robbins (519 pp.)
  68. Dec. 29: Player Piano - Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. (341 pp.)
  69. Dec. 30: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire - J.K. Rowling (734 pp.)
  70. Dec. 30: Teachings of Presidents of the Church: Heber J. Grant - The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (255 pp.)

2005: 15,156 pages in 55 books

  1. Jan. 3: Drawing on the Powers of Heaven - Grant Von Harrison (101 pp.)
  2. Jan. 3: The Year 1000 - Robert Lacey and Danny Danziger (220 pp.)
  3. Jan. 10: The Presidency of Andrew Jackson - Albert Castel (263 pp.)
  4. Jan. 12: Roman Britain - R.G. Collingwood (168 pp.)
  5. Jan. 14: The Future of Freedom - Fareed Zakaria (270 pp.)
  6. Feb. 16: A Walk in the Woods - Bill Bryson (276 pp.)
  7. Feb. 23: About a Boy - Nick Hornby (307 pp.)
  8. Mar. 3: Fighting Terrorism - Benyamin Netanyahu (177 pp.)
  9. Mar. 6: Faith Precedes the Miracle - Spencer W. Kimball (378 pp.)
  10. Mar. 10: The Love of the Last Tycoon - F. Scott Fitzgerald (190 pp.)
  11. Mar. 11: The Death of Common Sense - Philip K. Howard (206 pp.)
  12. Mar. 14: Oliver Cromwell - Peter Gaunt (141 pp.)
  13. Mar. 17: The Mouse That Roared - Leonard Wibberley (152 pp.)
  14. Apr. 1: Planet Simpson - Chris Turner (453 pp.)
  15. Apr. 6: Henry IV, Part One - William Shakespeare (334 pp.)
  16. Apr. 7: Behold, I Come Quickly - Hoyt W. Brewster, Jr. (260 pp.)
  17. Apr. 27: Invasion - John Peddie (226 pp.)
  18. May 2: Martin Luther - Martin Marty (218 pp.)
  19. May 11: The Wars of the Roses - Alison Weir (458 pp.)
  20. May 11: Paradise Lost & Paradise Regained - John Milton (384 pp.)
  21. May 17: The Book of Mormon - Joseph Smith, Jr., trans. (541 pp.)
  22. May 25: Life of Pi - Yann Martel (338 pp.)
  23. May 27: The Screwtape Letters - C.S. Lewis (219 pp.)
  24. May 29: Mary and Elisabeth - S. Kent Brown (122 pp.)
  25. Jun. 2: The Tyranny of Good Intentions - Paul Craig Roberts and Lawrence M. Stratton (240 pp.)
  26. Jun. 7: When Character Was King - Peggy Noonan (339 pp.)
  27. Jun. 11: Stealing Elections - John Fund (162 pp.)
  28. Jun. 13: Following the Light of Christ Into His Presence - John M. Pontius (266 pp.)
  29. Jun. 17: The Know-It-All - A.J. Jacobs (379 pp.)
  30. Jun. 24: See, I Told You So - Rush Limbaugh (370 pp.)
  31. Jun. 26: The Unpopular Ones - Jules Archer (195 pp.)
  32. Jun. 29: Martin Luther King, Jr. - Marshall Frady (216 pp.)
  33. Jun. 30: Common Sense - Thomas Paine (58 pp.)
  34. Jun. 30: The Open Space of Democracy - Terry Tempest Williams (126 pp.)
  35. Jul. 4: Faith, the Essence of True Religion - Gordon B. Hinckley (126 pp.)
  36. Jul. 9: Northanger Abbey - Jane Austen (233 pp.)
  37. Jul. 28: Wodehouse - Robert McCrum (523 pp.)
  38. Aug. 13: The Inimitable Jeeves - P.G. Wodehouse (226 pp.)
  39. Aug. 14: How to Receive Discernible Answers to Your Prayers - Jeffrey R. Young (175 pp.)
  40. Aug. 18: The New Testament - St. Paul, et Al. (406 pp.)
  41. Sep. 17: The Present - Spencer Johnson (109 pp.)
  42. Sep. 28: The Souls of Black Folk - W.E.B. DuBois (240 pp.)
  43. Oct. 6: Sister Revolutions - Susan Dunn (259 pp.)
  44. Oct. 6: No Opportunity Wasted - Phil Keoghan (256 pp.)
  45. Oct. 20: The Art of the Start - Guy Kawasaki (229 pp.)
  46. Nov. 4: Grover Cleveland - Henry F. Graff (162 pp.)
  47. Nov. 12: The States' Rights Debate - Alpheus Thomas Mason (219 pp.)
  48. Nov. 15: How to Drive Your Competition Crazy - Guy Kawasaki (251 pp.)
  49. Nov. 20: The Power of Positive Thinking in Business - Scott W. Ventrella (184 pp.)
  50. Dec. 1: Quackery in the Public Schools - Albert Lynd (291 pp.)
  51. Dec. 5: The Book of Mormon - Joseph Smith, Jr., trans. (541 pp.)
  52. Dec. 10: Henderson the Rain King - Saul Bellow (341 pp.)
  53. Dec. 17: Go It Alone! - Bruce Judson (221 pp.)
  54. Dec. 22: Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix - J.K. Rowling (870 pp.)
  55. Dec. 29: The Book of Mormon - Joseph Smith, Jr., trans. (541 pp.)

2006: 21,131 pages in 80 books

  1. Jan. 1: Freakonomics - Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner (244 pp.)
  2. Jan. 2: Drawing on the Powers of Heaven - Grant Von Harrison (101 pp.)
  3. Jan. 3: Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince - J.K. Rowling (652 pp.)
  4. Jan. 3: Who Moved My Cheese? - Spencer Johnson (96 pp.)
  5. Jan. 5: Honey, I Want to Start My Own Business - Azriela Jaffe (320 pp.)
  6. Jan. 12: Born to Buy - Juliet B. Schor (286 pp.)
  7. Jan. 13: Candide - Voltaire (103 pp.)
  8. Jan. 17: Siddhartha - Hermann Hesse (153 pp.)
  9. Jan. 17: The Ruling Class - Eric Felten (110 pp.)
  10. Jan. 21: The Einstein Syndrome - Thomas Sowell (224 pp.)
  11. Jan. 21: The Phantom Tollbooth - Norton Juster (257 pp.)
  12. Jan. 24: The FairTax Book - Neal Boortz and John Linder (202 pp.)
  13. Jan. 27: The Promised Messiah - Bruce R. McConkie (634 pp.)
  14. Jan. 31: The Flat Tax Revolution - Steve Forbes (229 pp.)
  15. Jan. 31: The Five Love Languages - Gary Chapman (204 pp.)
  16. Feb. 10: The Power of Positive Thinking - Norman Vincent Peale (238 pp.)
  17. Feb. 11: Seeing With an Eye of Faith - Grant Von Harrison (74 pp.)
  18. Feb. 12: Our Heritage - The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (160 pp.)
  19. Feb. 15: Economics in One Lesson - Henry Hazlitt (214 pp.)
  20. Feb. 23: The Eyre Affair - Jasper Fforde (374 pp.)
  21. Feb. 25: Charlotte's Web - E.B. White (184 pp.)
  22. Feb. 25: The Magician's Nephew - C.S. Lewis (106 pp.)
  23. Feb. 26: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe - C.S. Lewis (92 pp.)
  24. Mar. 1: The Horse and His Boy - C.S. Lewis (112 pp.)
  25. Mar. 5: Prince Caspian - C.S. Lewis (108 pp.)
  26. Mar. 9: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader - C.S. Lewis (124 pp.)
  27. Mar. 13: The Silver Chair - C.S. Lewis (122 pp.)
  28. Mar. 17: The Last Battle - C.S. Lewis (103 pp.)
  29. Mar. 19: The Pearl of Great Price - Joseph Smith, Jr., trans. (65 pp.)
  30. Mar. 21: Henry IV, Part Two - William Shakespeare (400 pp.)
  31. Mar. 22: The Mouse and the Motorcycle - Beverly Cleary (160 pp.)
  32. Mar. 23: O Pioneers! - Willa Cather (122 pp.)
  33. Mar. 27: Days of Awe - Gale T. Boyd (207 pp.)
  34. Apr. 3: Henry V - William Shakespeare (436 pp.)
  35. Apr. 9: Stuart Little - E.B. White (131 pp.)
  36. Apr. 12: Power to Destroy - John A. Andrew III (377 pp.)
  37. Apr. 14: 46 Pages - Scott Liell (164 pp.)
  38. Apr. 19: Up From Slavery - Booker T. Washington (383 pp.)
  39. Apr. 21: Vanishing Vapour - Brandon T. Minster (267 pp.)
  40. Apr. 25: Money for Nothing - P.G. Wodehouse (240 pp.)
  41. Apr. 25: Doctrine and Covenants - Joseph Smith, Jr., et Al. (305 pp.)
  42. May 2: The Power of Focus - Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen, and Les Hewitt (331 pp.)
  43. May 17: Great Expectations - Charles Dickens (536 pp.)
  44. May 19: The Wonderful Wizard of Oz - L. Frank Baum (267 pp.)
  45. May 23: Constitutional Chaos - Andrew P. Napolitano (239 pp.)
  46. Jun. 6: Why Zebras Don't Get Ulcers - Robert M. Sapolsky (428 pp.)
  47. Jun. 8: Runaway Ralph - Beverly Cleary (175 pp.)
  48. Jun. 12: Joseph Smith - Richard Lyman Bushman (742 pp.)
  49. Jun. 20: Men in Black - Mark R. Levin (288 pp.)
  50. Jun. 24: Lost in a Good Book - Jasper Fforde (411 pp.)
  51. Jul. 3: Ralph S. Mouse - Beverly Cleary (160 pp.)
  52. Jul. 20: Alice in Wonderland - Lewis Carroll (144 pp.)
  53. Jul. 22: America's First Dynasty - Richard Brookhiser (234 pp.)
  54. Jul. 27: Thomas Jefferson and the Wall of Separation Between Church and State - Daniel L. Dreisbach (282 pp.)
  55. Jul. 31: The Quest for Cosmic Justice - Thomas Sowell (214 pp.)
  56. Aug. 6: Vanishing Vapour - Brandon T. Minster (315 pp.)
  57. Aug. 21: The Fatal Conceit - Friedrich A. Hayek (198 pp.)
  58. Aug. 23: Boyhood - J.M. Coetzee (166 pp.)
  59. Aug. 26: Youth - J.M. Coetzee (169 pp.)
  60. Aug. 26: Through the Looking Glass - Lewis Carroll (144 pp.)
  61. Aug. 29: The Agricola and The Germania - Tacitus (162 pp.)
  62. Sep. 22: Heart of Darkness - Joseph Conrad (437 pp.)
  63. Sep. 27: Death Be Not Proud - John Gunther (205 pp.)
  64. Sep. 30: Lincoln's Melancholy - Joshua Wolf Shenk (327 pp.)
  65. Sep. 30: The Outsiders - S.E. Hinton (156 pp.)
  66. Oct. 9: The Well of Lost Plots - Jasper Fforde (396 pp.)
  67. Oct. 11: Luckiest Man - Jonathan Eig (398 pp.)
  68. Oct. 16: The DaVinci Code - Dan Brown (454 pp.)
  69. Oct. 19: El Libro De Mormon - Jose Smith, Jr., trans. (657 pp.)
  70. Nov. 9: Seven Pillars of Wisdom - T.E. Lawrence (689 pp.)
  71. Nov. 16: Vanishing Vapour - Brandon T. Minster (323 pp.)
  72. Nov. 21: Monetary Theory and Bretton Woods - Filippo Cesarano (252 pp.)
  73. Nov. 29: The Crowd - Gustave Le Bon (239 pp.)
  74. Dec. 2: Pippi Longstocking - Astrid Lindgren (160 pp.)
  75. Dec. 6: The Making of an Economist - Arjo Klamer and David Colander (224 pp.)
  76. Dec. 13: The Language Instinct - Steven Pinker (531 pp.)
  77. Dec. 13: The Study of Language - George Yule (274 pp.)
  78. Dec. 16: Sarah, Plain and Tall - Patricia MacLachland (64 pp.)
  79. Dec. 31: Rubicon - Tom Holland (422 pp.)
  80. Dec. 31: Darkness at Noon - Arthur Koestler (235 pp.)

2007: 9,021 pages in 37 books

  1. Jan. 5: Because He Could - Dick Morris (304 pp.)
  2. Jan. 9: Give Me a Break - John Stossel (304 pp.)
  3. Jan. 11: Winnie-the-Pooh - A.A. Milne (171 pp.)
  4. Jan. 15: Something Rotten - Jasper Fforde (408 pp.)
  5. Jan. 23: Joy in the Morning - P.G. Wodehouse (296 pp.)
  6. Feb. 11: Discourse on the Origin of Inequality - Jean-Jacques Rousseau (60 pp.)
  7. Feb. 13: The Second Treatise of Government and a Letter Concerning Toleration - John Locke (158 pp.)
  8. Mar. 3: The House at Pooh Corner - A.A. Milne (188 pp.)
  9. Mar. 4: Discourse on Method and Meditations on First Philosophy - Rene Descartes (121 pp.)
  10. Apr. 19: Notes From the Underground - Fyodor Dostoyevsky (94 pp.)
  11. Apr. 26: The Future of the Illusion - Sigmund Freud (100 pp.)
  12. Apr. 26: Matilda - Roald Dahl (233 pp.)
  13. May 1: A Room of One's Own - Virginia Woolf (128 pp.)
  14. May 25: Pippi Goes on Board - Astrid Lindgren (116 pp.)
  15. May 26: All But My Life - Gerda Weissmann Klein (253 pp.)
  16. May 26: The Communist Manifesto - Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels (80 pp.)
  17. Jun. 7: Nonplussed! - Julian Havil (207 pp.)
  18. Jun. 9: Frankenstein - Mary Shelley (237 pp.)
  19. Jun. 16: Pippi in the South Seas - Astrid Lindgren (116 pp.)
  20. Jun. 21: As a Man Thinketh - James Allen (64 pp.)
  21. Jun. 22: Sod and Stubble - John Ise (456 pp.)
  22. Jul. 15: Little House on the Prairie - Laura Ingalls Wilder (335 pp.)
  23. Jul. 30: White Eagle, Red Star - Norman Davies (304 pp.)
  24. Aug. 4: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - J.K. Rowling (759 pp.)
  25. Aug. 16: Free Trade Under Fire - Douglas A. Irwin (263 pp.)
  26. Aug. 25: A Godly Hero - Michael Kazin (387 pp.)
  27. Aug. 29: “A Country I Do Not Recognize” - Robert H. Bork, ed. (219 pp.)
  28. Sep. 7: The Book of Mormon - Joseph Smith, Jr., trans. (541 pp.)
  29. Oct. 19: Little House in the Big Woods - Laura Ingalls Wilder (238 pp.)
  30. Nov. 15: The Money Men - H.W. Brands (221 pp.)
  31. Dec. 2: Farmer Boy - Laura Ingalls Wilder (372 pp.)
  32. Dec. 8: Thanksgiving on Thursday - Mary Pope Osborne (76 pp.)
  33. Dec. 15: Good Morning, Gorillas - Mary Pope Osborne (75 pp.)
  34. Dec. 17: The Virtue of Prosperity - Dinesh D'Souza (289 pp.)
  35. Dec. 29: High Tide in Hawaii - Mary Pope Osborne (76 pp.)
  36. Dec. 30: Thomas the Tank Engine - W. Awdry (415 pp.)
  37. Dec. 30: Lawyer Lincoln - Albert A. Woldman (357 pp.)

2008: 11,595 pages in 47 books

  1. Jan. 1: The Stupidest Angel - Christopher Moore (314 pp.)
  2. Jan. 17: Snakes in Suits - Paul Babiak and Robert D. Hare (343 pp.)
  3. Jan. 26: Now We Are Six - A.A. Milne (109 pp.)
  4. Jan. 29: Twilight of the Idols/The Anti-Christ - Friedrich Nietzsche (208 pp.)
  5. Jan. 30: Blandings Castle - P.G. Wodehouse (301 pp.)
  6. Jan. 30: On the Banks of Plum Creek - Laura Ingalls Wilder (339 pp.)
  7. Feb. 10: Junie B., First Grader: Boo...and I Mean It! - Babara Park (86 pp.)
  8. Feb. 12: I am America (and So Can You!) - Stephen Colbert (240 pp.)
  9. Feb. 17: Stage Fright on a Summer Night - Mary Pope Osborne (74 pp.)
  10. Feb. 17: Maybe Life's Just Not That Into You - Martha Bolton and Brad Dickson (207 pp.)
  11. Feb. 21: Faster Than Fast - Irene Trimble (78 pp.)
  12. Feb. 29: The Age of Turbulence - Alan Greenspan (512 pp.)
  13. Mar. 15: In the Presence of Mine Enemies - Harry Turtledove (515 pp.)
  14. Mar. 24: God Wants a Powerful People - Sheri Dew (221 pp.)
  15. Mar. 30: By the Shores of Silver Lake - Laura Ingalls Wilder (290 pp.)
  16. Apr. 6: The Souls of Black Folk - W.E.B. DuBois (240 pp.)
  17. May 5: My Grandfather's Son - Clarence Thomas (301 pp.)
  18. May 29: The Long Winter - Laura Ingalls Wilder (334 pp.)
  19. Jun. 11: The Baseball Economist - J.C. Bradbury (338 pp.)
  20. Jun. 28: Little Town on the Prairie - Laura Ingalls Wilder (307 pp.)
  21. Jun. 29: Peter Pan - J.M. Barrie (197 pp.)
  22. Jul. 6: How to Wash a Cat - Rebecca M. Hale (302 pp.)
  23. Jul. 13: The Year the Yankees Lost the Pennant - Douglass Wallop (250 pp.)
  24. Jul. 22: These Happy Golden Years - Laura Ingalls Wilder (289 pp.)
  25. Aug. 3: The Copper Scroll - Joel C. Rosenberg (381 pp.)
  26. Aug. 5: Oral History - James Hoopes (164 pp.)
  27. Aug. 13: Shoot the Damn Dog - Sally Brampton (320 pp.)
  28. Aug. 17: The First Four Years - Laura Ingalls Wilder (153 pp.)
  29. Aug. 18: Queen of the Road - Doreen Orion (293 pp.)
  30. Aug. 24: What's Math Got to Do With It? - Jo Boaler (273 pp.)
  31. Aug. 29: E=mc2 - David Bodanis (337 pp.)
  32. Sep. 3: How to Live Well Without Owning a Car - Chris Balish (216 pp.)
  33. Oct. 15: The Decline and Fall of Practically Everybody - Will Cuppy (230 pp.)
  34. Oct. 21: Treasure Island - Robert Louis Stevenson and Nancy Fletcher-Blume (191 pp.)
  35. Oct. 30: Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle - Betty MacDonald (127 pp.)
  36. Nov. 2: Clementine - Sara Pennypacker (136 pp.)
  37. Nov. 3: Cricket Explained - Robert Eastaway (144 pp.)
  38. Nov. 12: Nets, Puzzles, and Postmen - Peter M. Higgins (249 pp.)
  39. Nov. 14: Heidi - Johanna Spyri and Mary Caprio (187 pp.)
  40. Nov. 18: Death By Chick Lit - Lynn Harris (242 pp.)
  41. Nov. 21: The Mound Builders - William E. Scheele (63 pp.)
  42. Dec. 3: Otis Spofford - Beverly Cleary (191 pp.)
  43. December: High Tide in Hawaii - Mary Pope Osborne (76 pp.)
  44. Dec. 18: Ramona the Pest - Beverly Cleary (192 pp.)
  45. Dec. 27: A Train to Potevka - Mike Ramsdell (356 pp.)
  46. Dec. 30: The Curse of the Bologna Sandwich - Greg Trine (138 pp.)
  47. Dec. 31: The Book of Mormon - Joseph Smith, Jr., trans. (541 pp.)

2009: 18,091 pages in 75 books

  1. Jan. 4: Heavy Weather - P.G. Wodehouse (321 pp.)
  2. Jan. 6: The Story of Trains - Jane Bingham (64 pp.)
  3. Jan. 6: Ivy and Bean - Annie Barrows (120 pp.)
  4. Jan. 15: Markets and Minorities - Thomas Sowell (147 pp.)
  5. Jan. 21: The Buried Biscuits - Darrel and Sally Odgers (82 pp.)
  6. Jan. 25: Straight Man - Richard Russo (408 pp.)
  7. Jan. 27: Race and Economics - Thomas Sowell (277 pp.)
  8. Jan. 28: Hello, Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle - Betty MacDonald (125 pp.)
  9. Jan. 30: Mortal Syntax - June Casagrande (255 pp.)
  10. Feb. 4: The Ezekiel Option - Joel C. Rosenberg (425 pp.)
  11. Feb. 9: The Lying Postman - Darrel and Sally Odgers (82 pp.)
  12. Feb. 12: Lost Treasure of the Emerald Eye - Geronimo Stilton (a.k.a. Elisabetta Dami) (117 pp.)
  13. Feb. 19: The Last Lecture - Randy Pausch (217 pp.)
  14. Feb. 20: A Damsel in Distress - P.G. Wodehouse (259 pp.)
  15. Feb. 25: The Winter of Our Discontent - John Steinbeck (311 pp.)
  16. Feb. 25: Ramona the Brave - Beverly Cleary (190 pp.)
  17. Feb. 26: A Man Without a Country - Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. (146 pp.)
  18. Feb. 28: Hotel for Dogs - Lois Duncan (178 pp.)
  19. Mar. 13: The Economics of Discrimination - Gary S. Becker (141 pp.)
  20. Mar. 15: Ivy and Bean and the Ghost That Had to Go - Annie Barrows (136 pp.)
  21. Mar. 22: Bubble and Squeak - Philippa Pearce (92 pp.)
  22. Mar. 25: Amberville - Tim Davys (343 pp.)
  23. Mar. 28: Ramona Quimby, Age 8 - Beverly Cleary (190 pp.)
  24. Mar. 29: The Facts Behind the Helsinki Roccamatios - Yann Martel (219 pp.)
  25. Apr. 3: Dog Den Mystery - Darrel and Sally Odgers (76 pp.)
  26. Apr. 6: You Can't Be President - John R. MacArthur (263 pp.)
  27. Apr. 7: I Love You, Beth Cooper - Larry Doyle (255 pp.)
  28. Apr. 13: Blue Genes - Christopher Lukas (264 pp.)
  29. Apr. 15: Ramona Forever - Beverly Cleary (182 pp.)
  30. May 20: Moneyball - Michael Lewis (319 pp.)
  31. May 21: Brooklyn's Dodgers - Carl E. Prince (206 pp.)
  32. May 22: The Littles to the Rescue - John Peterson (94 pp.)
  33. May 23: The Alphabet of Manliness - Maddox (215 pp.)
  34. May 28: Dare to Prepare - Ronald M. Shapiro (295 pp.)
  35. May 31: The Borrowers - Mary Norton (180 pp.)
  36. May 31: The Dodgers Move West - Neil J. Sullivan (256 pp.)
  37. Jun. 8: Stink: The Incredible Shrinking Kid - Megan McDonald (102 pp.)
  38. Jun. 17: The Areas of My Expertise - John Hodgman (236 pp.)
  39. Jun. 25: How Children Learn Mathematics - Richard W. Copeland (310 pp.)
  40. Jul. 3: Veeck As in Wreck - Bill Veeck (398 pp.)
  41. Jul. 4: Mike and Psmith - P.G. Wodehouse (190 pp.)
  42. Jul. 21: Laughing Gas - P.G. Wodehouse (286 pp.)
  43. Jul. 27: Anne of Green Gables - L.M. Montgomery (280 pp.)
  44. Aug. 11: The Adventures of Sally - P.G. Wodehouse (255 pp.)
  45. Aug. 19: The Case of the Invisible Dog - E.W. Hildick (101 pp.)
  46. Aug. 26: Freddy the Detective - Walter R. Brooks (264 pp.)
  47. Aug. 27: The Swiss Family Robinson - Johann David Wyss (573 pp.)
  48. Sep. 2: Jackie Robinson - Arnold Rampersad (494 pp.)
  49. Sep. 9: Danger at the Zoo - Kathleen Ernst (183 pp.)
  50. Sep. 15: Big Money - P.G. Wodehouse (295 pp.)
  51. Sep. 19: Guns, Germs, and Steel - Jared Diamond (460 pp.)
  52. Oct. 8: Psmith in the City - P.G. Wodehouse (201 pp.)
  53. Oct. 11: The Lost Symbol - Dan Brown (509 pp.)
  54. Oct. 12: The Wealth and Poverty of Nations - David S. Landes (664 pp.)
  55. Oct. 14: Candyfreak - Steve Almond (266 pp.)
  56. Oct. 15: Down and Out in Paris and London - George Orwell (213 pp.)
  57. Oct. 20: Three Men in a Boat - Jerome K. Jerome (332 pp.)
  58. Oct. 29: The World Without Us - Alan Weisman (311 pp.)
  59. Oct. 30: Vanishing Vapour - Brandon T. Minster (437 pp.)
  60. Nov. 2: Leave It to Psmith - P.G. Wodehouse (328 pp.)
  61. Nov. 7: The Proper Role and Improper Role of Government - Ezra Taft Benson and H. Verlan Andersen (56 pp.)
  62. Nov. 14: Herbert Hoover - Joan Hoff Wilson (308 pp.)
  63. Nov. 16: On the Beaten Path - Robert Alden Rubin (248 pp.)
  64. Nov. 19: Psmith, Journalist - P.G. Wodehouse (241 pp.)
  65. Nov. 19: Seeing With An Eye of Faith - Grant Von Harrison (74 pp.)
  66. Nov. 24: Drawing on the Powers of Heaven - Grant Von Harrison (101 pp.)
  67. Nov. 24: Latter Days - Coke Newell (278 pp.)
  68. Nov. 29: Something Fresh - P.G. Wodehouse (260 pp.)
  69. Dec. 4: The Power of Positive Thinking - Norman Vincent Peale (238 pp.)
  70. Dec. 10: Following the Light of Christ Into His Presence - John M. Pontius (266 pp.)
  71. Dec. 24: Nicholas - Rene Goscinny and Jean-Jacques Sempe (132 pp.)
  72. Dec. 27: Believing History - Richard Lyman Bushman (299 pp.)
  73. Dec. 30: The Tales of Beedle the Bard - J.K. Rowling (126 pp.)
  74. Dec. 31: Nicholas Again - Rene Goscinny and Jean-Jacques Sempe (120 pp.)
  75. Dec. 31: French Leave - P.G. Wodehouse (206 pp.)

2010: 20,013 pages in 79 books

  1. Jan. 26: Young Men in Spats - P.G. Wodehouse (259 pp.)
  2. Feb. 1: The Armchair Economist - Steven E. Landsburg (244 pp.)
  3. Feb 3: Fair Play - Steven E. Landsburg (235 pp.)
  4. Feb. 16: Never Mind the Pollacks - Neal Pollack (260 pp.)
  5. Feb. 18: The Grateful Fred - Greg Trine (138 pp.)
  6. Feb. 19: Petropolis - Anya Ulinich (325 pp.)
  7. Feb. 19: Nicholas and the Gang - Rene Goscinny and Jean-Jacques Sempe (113 pp.)
  8. Feb. 25: Wake Up, Sir! - Jonathan Ames (334 pp.)
  9. Mar. 1: Everyday Probability and Statistics - Michael M. Woolfson (228 pp.)
  10. Mar. 2: The Pearl of Great Price - Joseph Smith, Jr., trans. (65 pp.)
  11. Mar. 7: The Revenge of the McNasty Brothers - Greg Trine (138 pp.)
  12. Mar. 14: Nicholas in Trouble - Rene Goscinny and Jean-Jacques Sempe (128 pp.)
  13. Mar. 18: A Tale of Two Cities - Charles Dickens (604 pp.)
  14. Mar. 21: The Sausage Situation - Darrel and Sally Odgers (78 pp.)
  15. Mar. 23: The Book of Mormon - Joseph Smith, Jr., trans. (541 pp.)
  16. Mar. 23: Winston Churchill - John Keegan (196 pp.)
  17. Mar. 26: Mary Poppins - P.L. Travers (202 pp.)
  18. Mar. 29: Looking for Alaska - John Green (225 pp.)
  19. Mar. 31: The Winner's Curse - Richard H. Thaler (232 pp.)
  20. Apr. 5: Terror in Tights - Greg Trine (138 pp.)
  21. Apr. 5: A Separate Peace - John Knowles (236 pp.)
  22. Apr. 6: Paper Towns - John Green (309 pp.)
  23. Apr. 8: Autobiography - Benjamin Franklin (262 pp.)
  24. Apr. 14: An Abundance of Katherines - John Green (229 pp.)
  25. Apr. 15: The Bell Jar - Sylvia Plath (325 pp.)
  26. Apr. 22: Nicholas on Vacation - Rene Goscinny and Jean-Jacques Sempe (126 pp.)
  27. Apr. 24: Stone Fox - John Reynolds Gardiner (85 pp.)
  28. Apr. 25: How to Receive Discernible Answers to Your Prayers - Jeffrey R. Young (175 pp.)
  29. Apr. 25: Love Among the Chickens - P.G. Wodehouse (135 pp.)
  30. Apr. 27: Coriolanus - William Shakespeare (396 pp.)
  31. May 3: As A Man Thinketh - James Allen (64 pp.)
  32. May 16: Attack of the Valley Girls - Greg Trine (138 pp.)
  33. May 17: I, Jack - Patricia Finney (185 pp.)
  34. May 23: Doctrine and Covenants - Joseph Smith, Jr., et Al. (305 pp.)
  35. May 27: Drawing on the Powers of Heaven - Grant Von Harrison (101 pp.)
  36. May 27: Getting What You Came For - Robert L. Peters (386 pp.)
  37. May 27: Dominic - William Steig (146 pp.)
  38. May 29: Jack and Rebel, the Police Dog - Patricia Finney (195 pp.)
  39. Jun. 7: The Kitnapped Creature - Darrel and Sally Odgers (78 pp.)
  40. Jun. 13: Utterly Me, Clarice Bean - Lauren Child (206 pp.)
  41. Jun. 19: The Fake Cape Caper - Greg Trine (138 pp.)
  42. Jun. 21: Fathers As Patriarchs - Grant Von Harrison (174 pp.)
  43. Jun. 28: Clarice Bean Spells Trouble - Lauren Child (190 pp.)
  44. Jun. 28: Bunnicula - Deborah and James Howe (160 pp.)
  45. Jul. 8: The Princes in the Tower - Alison Weir (286 pp.)
  46. Jul. 17: Thursday Next in First Among Sequels - Jasper Fforde (381 pp.)
  47. Jul. 23: Ginger Pye - Eleanor Estes (306 pp.)
  48. Jul. 29: 1912 - James Chace (307 pp.)
  49. Aug. 1: Madame Pamplemousse and Her Incredible Edibles - Rupert Kingfisher (138 pp.)
  50. Aug. 12: The Big Over Easy - Jasper Fforde (386 pp.)
  51. Aug. 13: Mike at Wrykyn - P.G. Wodehouse (201 pp.)
  52. Aug. 16: Mostly Harmless Econometrics - Joshua D. Angrist and Jőrn-Steffen Pischke (376 pp.)
  53. Aug. 22: The Prophetic Book of Mormon - Hugh Nibley (589 pp.)
  54. Aug. 25: Shades of Grey - Jasper Fforde (390 pp.)
  55. Aug. 28: The New Testament - St. Paul, et Al. (406 pp.)
  56. Aug. 28: The Book of Mormon - Joseph Smith, Jr., trans. (541 pp.)
  57. Aug. 29: The Mortal Messiah, Book 1 - Bruce R. McConkie (524 pp.)
  58. Aug. 31: Fahrenheit 451 - Ray Bradbury (179 pp.)
  59. Aug. 31: Angels and Demons - Dan Brown (581 pp.)
  60. Sep. 15: Summer Lightning - P.G. Wodehouse (316 pp.)
  61. Sep. 30: William Howard Taft - Judith Icke Anderson (272 pp.)
  62. Oct. 6: Not George Washington - P.G. Wodehouse (176 pp.)
  63. Oct. 15: Golf Without Tears - P.G. Wodehouse (330 pp.)
  64. Oct. 24: Pinky Pye - Eleanor Estes (258 pp.)
  65. Oct. 25: Nothing Happens Until It Happens to You - T.M. Shine (295 pp.)
  66. Oct. 30: Tales of St. Austin's - P.G. Wodehouse (176 pp.)
  67. Nov. 3: The Pothunters - P.G. Wodehouse (256 pp.)
  68. Nov. 11: A Prefect's Uncle - P.G. Wodehouse (160 pp.)
  69. Dec. 9: Space Dogs - Justin Ball and Evan Croker (269 pp.)
  70. Dec. 14: The Little Nugget - P.G. Wodehouse (272 pp.)
  71. Dec. 18: The Brotherhood of the Traveling Underpants - Greg Trine (138 pp.)
  72. Dec. 22: Understanding the Book of Revelation - Jay A. Parry and Donald W. Parry (362 pp.)
  73. Dec. 22: The Awful Pawful - Darrel and Sally Odgers (78 pp.)
  74. Dec. 22: Clarice Bean, Don't Look Now - Lauren Child (254 pp.)
  75. Dec. 22: The Path to Freedom - Michael Collins (160 pp.)
  76. Dec. 27: Puppy Power - Judy Cox (91 pp.)
  77. Dec. 29: The Fourth Bear - Jasper Fforde (382 pp.)
  78. Dec. 31: Book of Mormon Stories for Young Latter-day Saints - Emma Marr Petersen (302 pp.)
  79. Dec. 31: Gold - Nathan Lewis (448 pp.)

2011: 24,000 pages in 90 books

  1. Jan. 4: Hector and the Search for Happiness - François Lelord (178 pp.)
  2. Jan. 14: Denationalisation of Money - Friedrich A. Hayek (108 pp.)
  3. Jan. 16: A Dog Called Grk - Joshua Doder (260 pp.)
  4. Jan. 19: Invasion From Planet Dork - Greg Trine (138 pp.)
  5. Jan. 22: The Phantom Mudder - Darrel and Sally Odgers (78 pp.)
  6. Jan. 31: Very Good, Jeeves - P.G. Wodehouse (275 pp.)
  7. Feb. 19: Lehi in the Desert/The World of the Jaredites/There Were Jaredites - Hugh Nibley (476 pp.)
  8. Feb. 22: Manias, Panics, and Crashes - Charles P. Kindleberger and Robert Z. Aliber (303 pp.)
  9. Feb. 28: The Name of This Book Is Secret - Pseudonymous Bosch (374 pp.)
  10. Mar. 8: Money and Foreign Exchange After 1914 - Gustav Cassel (289 pp.)
  11. Apr. 6: The Iliad - Homer (Rodney Merrill, trans.) (472 pp.)
  12. Apr. 7: Grk and the Pelotti Gang - Joshua Doder (202 pp.)
  13. Apr. 10: Abel's Island - William Steig (119 pp.)
  14. Apr. 13: Things My Girlfriend and I Have Argued About - Mil Millington (378 pp.)
  15. Apr. 17: The Theory of Monetary Institutions - Lawrence H. White (272 pp.)
  16. Apr. 19: Ion - Plato (48 pp.)
  17. Apr. 21: Tom Brown's Schooldays - Thomas Hughes (466 pp.)
  18. Apr. 22: Apostles and Bishops in Early Christianity - Hugh Nibley (270 pp.)
  19. Apr. 22: Chasing Vermeer - Blue Balliett (286 pp.)
  20. Apr. 23: The White Feather - P.G. Wodehouse (148 pp.)
  21. Apr. 24: William Tell Told Again - P.G. Wodehouse (92 pp.)
  22. Apr. 28: The Man Who Was Thursday - G.K. Chesterton (215 pp.)
  23. Apr. 29: The Mugged Pug - Darrel and Sally Odgers (78 pp.)
  24. May 8: The Puzzling World of Winston Breen - Eric Berlin (220 pp.)
  25. May 11: Cicero - Anthony Everitt (368 pp.)
  26. May 21: Understanding Isaiah - Donald W. Parry, Jay A. Parry, and Tina M. Peterson (651 pp.)
  27. May 23: The Republic - Plato (490 pp.)
  28. May 26: Amazing Monty - Johanna Hurwitz (106 pp.)
  29. May 29: Grk and the Hot Dog Trail - Joshua Doder (218 pp.)
  30. Jun. 6: Martin Bridge Blazing Ahead - Jessica Scott Kerrin (110 pp.)
  31. Jun. 7: One of Our Thursdays Is Missing - Jasper Fforde (367 pp.)
  32. Jun. 9: The Last Templar - Raymond Khoury (406 pp.)
  33. Jun. 10: Man Out at First - Matt Christopher (60 pp.)
  34. Jun. 11: The Great Brain - John D. Fitzgerald (177 pp.)
  35. Jun. 11: The Hunger Games - Suzanne Collins (384 pp.)
  36. Jun. 15: Going Rogue - Sarah Palin (413 pp.)
  37. Jun. 17: The Blue Stealer - Darrel and Sally Odgers (81 pp.)
  38. Jun. 18: Economics in One Lesson - Henry Hazlitt (214 pp.)
  39. Jun. 22: More Adventures of the Great Brain - John D. Fitzgerald (142 pp.)
  40. Jun. 26: The Punic Wars - Adrian Goldsworthy (402 pp.)
  41. Jul. 8: Long Stretch at First Base - Matt Christopher (148 pp.)
  42. Jul. 11: The Not-So-Great Depression - Amy Goldman Koss (266 pp.)
  43. Jul. 17: Babe - Dick King-Smith (118 pp.)
  44. Jul. 18: Empire Falls - Richard Russo (483 pp.)
  45. Jul. 28: Mostly Monty - Johanna Hurwitz (86 pp.)
  46. Jul. 31: Me and My Little Brain - John D. Fitzgerald (137 pp.)
  47. Jul. 31: The Book of Mormon - Joseph Smith, Jr., trans. (541 pp.)
  48. Aug. 10: Catching Fire - Suzanne Collins (378 pp.)
  49. Aug. 12: Mockingjay - Suzanne Collins (396 pp.)
  50. Aug. 25: The Happiness Project - Gretchen Rubin (333 pp.)
  51. Sep. 6: The Closing of the American Mind - Allan Bloom (382 pp.)
  52. Sep. 12: My Man Jeeves - P.G. Wodehouse (125 pp.)
  53. Sep. 18: A Confederacy of Dunces - John Kennedy Toole (409 pp.)
  54. Sep. 23: Inspector Jacques - Darrel and Sally Odgers (81 pp.)
  55. Sep. 28: 101 Commonsense Rules for Making Things Happen - John R. Brinkerhoff (265 pp.)
  56. Sep. 28: Grk: Operation Tortoise - Joshua Doder (234 pp.)
  57. Sep. 28: A Commentary on the Doctrine and Covenants, Vol. 1 - Stephen E. Robinson and H. Dean Garrett (296 pp.)
  58. Oct. 2: Honus & Me - Dan Gutman (140 pp.)
  59. Oct. 6: Alas, Babylon - Pat Frank (339 pp.)
  60. Oct. 10: The Advanced Genius Theory - Jason Hartley (268 pp.)
  61. Oct. 15: The Wright 3 - Blue Balliett (333 pp.)
  62. Oct. 16: A Commentary on the Doctrine and Covenants, Vol. 2 - Stephen E. Robinson and H. Dean Garrett (370 pp.)
  63. Oct. 17: Optimum Currency Areas - Mario I. Blejer, et Al., eds. (114 pp.)
  64. Oct. 18: Beric the Briton - G.A. Henty (404 pp.)
  65. Oct. 19: The ECB: Safe at Any Speed? - David Begg, et Al. (58 pp.)
  66. Oct. 20: One Money, Many Countries - Carlo Favero, et Al. (88 pp.)
  67. Oct. 21: The Crystal Bridge - Charles M. Pulsipher (364 pp.)
  68. Oct. 22: Comet in Moominland - Tove Jansson (192 pp.)
  69. Oct. 25: Less Than Zero - George A. Selgin (81 pp.)
  70. Nov. 2: A Journey to the Center of the Earth - Jules Verne (580 pp.)
  71. Nov. 12: The London Eye Mystery - Siobhan Dowd (325 pp.)
  72. Nov. 18: Competition and Currency - Lawrence H. White (263 pp.)
  73. Nov. 19: Mighty Monty - Johanna Hurwitz (106 pp.)
  74. Nov. 23: Richard III - William Shakespeare (429 pp.)
  75. Nov. 28: Grk Smells a Rat - Joshua Doder (210 pp.)
  76. Nov. 28: Cranky Paws - Darrel and Sally Odgers (87 pp.)
  77. Nov. 30: A Commentary on the Doctrine and Covenants, Vol. 3 - Stephen E. Robinson and H. Dean Garrett (317 pp.)
  78. Nov. 30: A Canticle for Leibowitz - Walter M. Miller, Jr. (347 pp.)
  79. Dec. 15: Money Mischief - Milton Friedman (288 pp.)
  80. Dec. 16: Doctrine and Covenants - Joseph Smith, Jr., et Al. (305 pp.)
  81. Dec. 17: A Commentary on the Doctrine and Covenants, Vol. 4 - Stephen E. Robinson and H. Dean Garrett (334 pp.)
  82. Dec. 22: Henry Reed, Inc. - Keith Robertson (239 pp.)
  83. Dec. 22: King Lear - William Shakespeare (383 pp.)
  84. Dec. 23: Economics of a Pure Gold Standard - Mark Skousen (188 pp.)
  85. Dec. 24: The Depression Cure - Stephen S. Ilardi (288 pp.)
  86. Dec. 25: Becoming Metropolitan - Nathaniel D. Wood (274 pp.)
  87. Dec. 25: The Pig Scrolls - Paul Shipton (293 pp.)
  88. Dec. 26: When Money Dies - Adam Fergusson (274 pp.)
  89. Dec. 27: Managerial Dilemmas - Gary J. Miller (264 pp.)
  90. Dec. 28: Saint Leibowitz and the Wild Horse Woman - Walter M. Miller, Jr. (443 pp.)

2012: 17,915 pages in 71 books and three articles

  1. Jan. 7: The Lightning Thief - Rick Riordan (377 pp.)
  2. Jan. 10: Casino Royale - Ian Fleming (181 pp.)
  3. Jan. 16: Finn Family Moomintroll - Tove Jansson (174 pp.)
  4. Jan. 21: If You're Reading This, It's Too Late - Pseudonymous Bosch (398 pp.)
  5. Jan. 31: Benson, Ezra Taft. "Prepare Yourself for the Great Day of the Lord." Brigham Young University 1981 Fireside and Devotional Speeches, Provo: BYU (1981): 64-69.
  6. Feb. 2: Coase, Ronald H. "The Nature of the Firm." Economica, New Series 4, No. 16 (Nov. 1937): 386-405.
  7. Feb. 11: Henry Reed's Journey - Keith Robertson (220 pp.)
  8. Feb. 11: The Pearl of Great Price - Joseph Smith, Jr., trans. (65 pp.)
  9. Feb. 12: Quantum of Solace - Ian Fleming (279 pp.)
  10. Feb. 21: Gilgamesh - Stephen Mitchell (292 pp.)
  11. Feb. 23: The Great Brain at the Academy - John D. Fitzgerald (164 pp.)
  12. Feb. 24: The Mortal Messiah, Book 2 - Bruce R. McConkie (413 pp.)
  13. Feb. 26: Moominpapa's Memoirs - Tove Jansson (175 pp.)
  14. Feb. 27: The Adventures of Tintin, Vol. 2 - Hergé (192 pp.)
  15. Feb. 29: As a Man Thinketh - James Allen (64 pp.)
  16. Mar. 2: Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Shipyards of Doom - Henry Gilroy (92 pp.)
  17. Mar. 3: The Adventures of Tintin, Vol. 3 - Hergé (192 pp.)
  18. Mar. 4: Drawing on the Powers of Heaven - Grant Von Harrison (101 pp.)
  19. Mar. 5: The Theory of Free Banking - George A. Selgin (226 pp.)
  20. Mar. 6: Seade, Jesus. "On the Effects of Entry." Econometrica, 48, No. 2 (Mar. 1980): 479-489.
  21. Mar. 8: The Red Pyramid - Rick Riordan (516 pp.)
  22. Mar. 13: The Calder Game - Blue Balliett (390 pp.)
  23. Mar. 13: The Face Is Familiar - Ogden Nash (374 pp.)
  24. Mar. 13: Doctor Proctor's Fart Powder - Jo Nesbø (265 pp.)
  25. Mar. 14: Alvin Ho: Allergic to Birthday Parties, Science Projects, and Other Man-Made Catastrophes - Lenore Look (186 pp.)
  26. Mar. 16: The Adventures of Tintin, Vol. 4 - Hergé (192 pp.)
  27. Mar. 23: Mean, Mean Maureen Green - Judy Cox (89 pp.)
  28. Apr. 3: The Great Brain Reforms - John D. Fitzgerald (165 pp.)
  29. Apr. 10: The Adventures of Tintin, Vol. 5 - Hergé (192 pp.)
  30. Apr. 17: Notso Hotso - Anne Fine (92 pp.)
  31. Apr. 20: Theodosia and the Serpents of Chaos - R.L. LaFevers (344 pp.)
  32. Apr. 24: James and the Giant Peach - Roald Dahl (154 pp.)
  33. Apr. 26: The Adventures of Brer Rabbit - Julius Lester (172 pp.)
  34. Apr. 26: The Trojan War - Olivia Coolidge (270 pp.)
  35. Apr. 26: Lost Scriptures - Bart D. Ehrman (342 pp.)
  36. May 2: The Adventures of Tintin, Vol. 6 - Hergé (192 pp.)
  37. May 4: Beowulf - Seamus Heaney (251 pp.)
  38. May 21: Stan and the Toilet Monster - Steve Shreve (160 pp.)
  39. Jun. 1: Fake Mustache - Tom Angleberger (196 pp.)
  40. Jun. 4: Waiting for Godot - Samuel Beckett (115 pp.)
  41. Jun. 11: Seeing With an Eye of Faith - Grant Von Harrison (74 pp.)
  42. Jun. 25: The Pig Who Saved the World - Paul Shipton (263 pp.)
  43. Jun. 27: The Odyssey - Homer (Robert Fagles, trans.) (541 pp.)
  44. Jul. 6: Theodosia and the Staff of Osiris - R.L. LaFevers (389 pp.)
  45. Jul. 19: Ruby Redfort: Look Into My Eyes - Lauren Child (389 pp.)
  46. Jul. 23: The Housing Boom and Bust - Thomas Sowell (186 pp.)
  47. Jul. 25: The Adventures of Tintin, Vol. 7 - Hergé (192 pp.)
  48. Jul. 30: The Walking Drum - Louis L'Amour (469 pp.)
  49. Aug. 4: My Father's Dragon - Ruth Stiles Gannett (87 pp.)
  50. Aug. 5: Bubble in the Bathtub - Jo Nesbø (425 pp.)
  51. Aug. 13: Theodosia and the Eyes of Horus - R.L. LaFevers (375 pp.)
  52. Aug. 13: Stuff - Randy O. Frost and Gail Steketee (294 pp.)
  53. Aug. 16: The Pirates! in an Adventure With Scientists - Gideon Defoe (101 pp.)
  54. Aug. 21: The Pirates! in an Adventure With Ahab - Gideon Defoe (115 pp.)
  55. Aug. 26: The Return of the Great Brain - John D. Fitzgerald (150 pp.)
  56. Aug. 31: Live and Let Die - Ian Fleming (229 pp.)
  57. Sep. 3: The Pirates! in an Adventure With Communists - Gideon Defoe (166 pp.)
  58. Sep. 11: Man's Search for Meaning - Viktor E. Frankl (223 pp.)
  59. Sep. 12: The Wind in the Willows - Kenneth Grahame (192 pp.)
  60. Sep. 23: Approaching Zion - Hugh Nibley (639 pp.)
  61. Oct. 6: Eleanor of Aquitaine - Alison Weir (442 pp.)
  62. Oct. 7: Killing the Black Dog - Les Murray (84 pp.)
  63. Oct. 17: The Panic of '89 - Paul Erdman (329 pp.)
  64. Nov. 14: South - Ernest Shackleton (393 pp.)
  65. Nov. 18: Henry Reed's Baby-Sitting Service - Keith Robertson (204 pp.)
  66. Nov. 19: The Adventures of Tintin, Vol. 8 - Hergé (192 pp.)
  67. Nov. 26: The Vicar of Wakefield - Oliver Goldsmith (222 pp.)
  68. Nov. 28: Theodosia and the Last Pharaoh - R.L. LaFevers (394 pp.)
  69. Dec. 5: The Great Brain Does It Again - John D. Fitzgerald (129 pp.)
  70. Dec. 8: Winnie-the-Pooh - A.A. Milne (171 pp.)
  71. Dec. 11: Richard III - Desmond Seward (290 pp.)
  72. Dec. 14: Who Cut the Cheese? - Jo Nesbø (458 pp.)
  73. Dec. 14: Tennis Shoes Among the Nephites - Chris Heimerdinger (268 pp.)
  74. Dec. 25: The Book of Mormon - Joseph Smith, Jr., trans. (541 pp.)

2013: 11,336 pages in 49 books and 14 articles

  1. Jan. 13: This Book Is Not Good for You - Pseudonymous Bosch (394 pp.)
  2. Jan. 20: Death Comes for the Archbishop - Willa Cather (297 pp.)
  3. Jan. 24: The Girl in Blue - P.G. Wodehouse (192 pp.)
  4. Jan. 30: Sapphira and the Slave Girl - Willa Cather (295 pp.)
  5. Feb. 10: This Isn't What It Looks Like - Pseudonymous Bosch (423 pp.)
  6. Feb. 23: Mediation and Atonement - John Taylor (205 pp.)
  7. Feb. 26: Dog Den Mystery - Darrel and Sally Odgers (78 pp.)
  8. Feb. 26: Animal Farm - George Orwell (153 pp.)
  9. Mar. 22: A Tale of Two Castles - Gail Carson Levine (328 pp.)
  10. Apr. 1: The Coming of Bill - P.G. Wodehouse (172 pp.)
  11. Apr. 5: The Moffats - Eleanor Estes (211 pp.)
  12. Apr. 5: The Phantom Mudder - Darrel and Sally Odgers (78 pp.)
  13. May 7: Kiss It Good-Bye - John Moody (362 pp.)
  14. Jun. 5: The Woman Who Died a Lot - Jasper Fforde (372 pp.)
  15. Jun. 16: Maisie Dobbs - Jacqueline Winspear (309 pp.)
  16. Jun. 21: Half Magic - Edward Eager (192 pp.)
  17. Jun. 25: The Mugged Pug - Darrel and Sally Odgers (78 pp.)
  18. Jun. 26: Lost States - Michael J. Trinklein (160 pp.)
  19. Jun. 26: Indiscretions of Archie - P.G. Wodehouse (196 pp.)
  20. Jun. 26: Scooby-Doo! and the Runaway Robot - James Gelsey (58 pp.)
  21. Jun. 30: The Secret Garden - Frances Hodgson Burnett (375 pp.)
  22. Jun. 30: Scooby-Doo! and the Vampire's Revenge - James Gelsey (59 pp.)
  23. Jun. 30: The Sign of the Beaver - Elizabeth George Speare (135 pp.)
  24. Jul. 14: The Search for Delicious - Natalie Babbitt (167 pp.)
  25. Jul. 15: The Lying Postman - Darrel and Sally Odgers (78 pp.)
  26. Aug. 5: You Have to Stop This - Pseudonymous Bosch (347 pp.)
  27. Aug. 7: Birds of a Feather - Jacqueline Winspear (311 pp.)
  28. Aug. 7: Danger Along the Ohio - Patricia Willis (184 pp.)
  29. Aug. 14: The Daring Adventures of Penhaligon Brush - S. Jones Rogan (239 pp.)
  30. Aug. 21: The Fall of Fergal - Philip Ardagh (134 pp.)
  31. Aug. 28: Letters From a Nut - Ted L. Nancy (192 pp.)
  32. Sep. 3: The Awful Pawful - Darrel and Sally Odgers (78 pp.)
  33. Sep. 12: Smith, Gregory L. "Dubious 'Mormon' Stories: A Twenty-First Century Construction of Exit Narratives." Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture, (Feb. 2013): 1-100.
  34. Sep. 12: Smith, Gregory L. "Return of the Unread Review: A Mormon Story." Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture, (Feb. 2013): 1-67.
  35. Sep. 13: Gardner, Brant A. "When Hypotheses Collide: Responding to Lyon and Minson's 'When Pages Collide.'" Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture, Vol. 5 (2013): 105-119.
  36. Sep. 16: Nicholson, Roger. "The Spectacles, the Stone, the Hat, and the Book: A Twenty-first Century Believer's View of the Book of Mormon Translation." Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture, Vol. 5 (2013): 121-190.
  37. Sep. 17: Robison, Lindon J. "'No Poor Among Them.'" Journal of Book of Mormon Studies, Vol. 14, No. 1 (2005): 86-97.
  38. Sep. 19: Bradshaw, Jeffrey M. and David M. Larsen. "Ancient Affinities Within the LDS Book of Enoch, Part One." Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture, Vol. 4 (2013): 1-27.
  39. Sep. 20: Orthodoxy - G.K. Chesterton (164 pp.)
  40. Sep. 20: Brigham Young - John G. Turner (497 pp.)
  41. Sep. 23: Eat to Live - Joel Fuhrman (261 pp.)
  42. Sep. 24: Bradshaw, Jeffrey M. and David M. Larsen. "Ancient Affinities Within the LDS Book of Enoch, Part Two." Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture, Vol. 4 (2013): 29-74.
  43. Sep. 24: Aarts, Kees and Henk van der Kolk. "Understanding the Dutch 'No': The Euro, the East, and the Elite." PS: Political Science and Politics, Vol. 39, No. 2 (Apr. 2006): 243-246.
  44. Sep. 30: The Sausage Situation - Darrel and Sally Odgers (78 pp.)
  45. Oct. 1: Across Five Aprils - Irene Hunt (224 pp.)
  46. Oct. 8: Pearls, Girls and Monty Bodkins - P.G. Wodehouse (221 pp.)
  47. Oct. 10: The Intellectual Life - A.G. Sertillanges (290 pp.)
  48. Oct. 10: Beyond the Veil - Lee Nelson, ed. (151 pp.)
  49. Oct. 28: Smith, Gregory L. "Passing Up the Heavenly Gift (Part One of Two)." Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture, Vol. 7 (2013): 181-243.
  50. Oct. 28: The Bronze Bow - Elizabeth George Speare (254 pp.)
  51. Nov. 1: Smith, Gregory L. "Passing Up the Heavenly Gift (Part Two of Two)." Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture, Vol. 7 (2013): 245-321.
  52. Nov. 1: Off the Grid - Nick Rosen (293 pp.)
  53. Nov. 5: McGuire, Benjamin L. "The Late War Against the Book of Mormon." Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture, Vol. 7 (2013): 323-355.
  54. Nov. 5: Foster, Craig L. "New Light and Old Shadows: John G. Turner's Attempt to Understand Brigham Young." Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture, Vol. 3 (2013): 197-222.
  55. Nov. 6: "B" Is for Betsy - Carolyn Haywood (132 pp.)
  56. Nov. 13: Ancient America and the Book of Mormon - Milton R. Hunter and Thomas Stuart Ferguson (437 pp.)
  57. Nov. 16: Gardner, Brant A. "From the East to the West: The Problem of Directions in the Book of Mormon." Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture, Vol. 3 (2013): 119-153.
  58. Nov. 22: Beyond the Veil, Volume II - Lee Nelson, ed. (173 pp.)
  59. Nov. 22: The Long Way Home - Margot Benary-Isbert (280 pp.)
  60. Nov. 22: First As Tragedy, Then As Farce - Slavoj Žižek (157 pp.)
  61. Dec. 16: Nicholson, Roger. "The Cowdery Conundrum: Oliver's Aborted Attempt to Describe Joseph Smith's First Vision in 1834 and 1835." Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture, Vol. 8 (2014): 27-44.
  62. Dec. 21: North to Freedom - Anne Holm (190 pp.)
  63. Dec. 30: George Speaks - Dick King-Smith (92 pp.)

2014: 9,098 pages in 34 books and 23 articles

  1. Jan. 6: Bo at Ballard Creek - Kirkpatrick Hill (279 pp.)
  2. Jan. 6: Nibley, Hugh. "The Christmas Quest." Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture, Vol. 8 (2014): 67-70.
  3. Jan. 7: The Buried Biscuits - Darrel and Sally Odgers (82 pp.)
  4. Jan. 8: Homer Price - Robert McCloskey (149 pp.)
  5. Jan. 8: Ruby Redfort: Take Your Last Breath - Lauren Child (429 pp.)
  6. Jan. 21: Walden - Henry David Thoreau (276 pp.)
  7. Jan. 23: The Kitnapped Creature - Darrel and Sally Odgers (78 pp.)
  8. Feb. 4: The Swoop! And Other Stories - P.G. Wodehouse (222 pp.)
  9. Feb. 4: Live More With Less - Karen Alexander & Teresa Baker (127 pp.)
  10. Feb. 5: McCabe, Kevin A. and Vernon L. Smith. "A Comparison of Naïve and Sophisticated Subject Behavior with Game Theoretic Predictions." PNAS, Vol. 97, No. 7 (2000): 3777-3781.
  11. Feb. 8: The Adventures of Tintin, Vol. 1 - Hergé (206 pp.)
  12. Feb. 8: The Middle Moffat - Eleanor Estes (235 pp.)
  13. Feb. 12: Camerer, Colin. "Behavioral Economics: Reunifying Psychology and Economics." PNAS, Vol. 96, No. 19 (1999): 10575-10577.
  14. Feb. 17: Fowl Play - Darrel and Sally Odgers (81 pp.)
  15. Feb. 22: Pardonable Lies - Jacqueline Winspear (346 pp.)
  16. Feb. 24: El Libro de Mormón - Jose Smith, Jr., trans. (657 pp.)
  17. Feb. 28: The Intrusion of Jimmy - P.G. Wodehouse (211 pp.)
  18. Mar. 5: 3 Libertarian Essays - Daniel B. Klein (91 pp.)
  19. Mar. 6: Divergent - Veronica Roth (489 pp.)
  20. Mar. 7: The Blue Stealer - Darrel and Sally Odgers (81 pp.)
  21. Mar. 10: Enoch the Prophet - Hugh Nibley (309 pp.)
  22. Apr. 3: Inspector Jacques - Darrel and Sally Odgers (81 pp.)
  23. May 4: Tales of St Austin's - P.G. Wodehouse (183 pp.)
  24. May 8: Hancock, Ralph. "Keeping Faith in Provo." First Things, No. 241 (Mar. 2014): 47-52.
  25. May 8: Tvedtnes, John A. "When Was Christ Born?" Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture, Vol. 10 (2014): 1-33.
  26. May 13: Shaken Faith Syndrome - Michael R. Ash (359 pp.)
  27. May 22: Levy, David M. and Sandra J. Peart. "Analytical Egalitarianism, Anecdotal Evidence and Information Aggregation Via Proverbial Wisdom." Journal of Economic Methodology, Vol. 11, No. 4 (2004): 411-435
  28. May 24: Levy, David M. and Sandra J. Peart. "Adam Smith and His Sources: The Evil of Independence. " In The Adam Smith Review, Vol. 4 (ed. Vivienne Brown), New York: Routledge, 2008: 57-87.
  29. May 25: Hales, Brian C. "Dissenters: Portraying the Church as Wrong So They Can Be Right Without It." Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture, Vol. 10 (2014): 77-121.
  30. May 26: Levy, David M. and Sandra J. Peart. "Sympathetic Exchange and its Loss." Working paper: 1-23.
  31. Jun. 2: Birch, A. Jane. "Questioning the Comma in Verse 13 of the Word of Wisdom." Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture, Vol. 10 (2014): 133-149.
  32. Jun. 2: Skousen, Royal. "Another Account of Mary Whitmer's Viewing of the Golden Plates." Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture, Vol. 10 (2014): 35-44.
  33. Jun. 4: The Ham Heist - Darrel and Sally Odgers (78 pp.)
  34. Jun. 10: 1 Enoch - George W.E. Nickelsburg and James C. VanderKam (179 pp.)
  35. Jun. 14: Assurance and Trust in a Great Society - Daniel B. Klein (126 pp.)
  36. Jun. 17: Levy, David M. and Sandra J. Peart. "Socialist Calculation Debate." Manuscript: 1-14.
  37. Jun. 22: Boys Who Became Prophets - Lynda Cory Robison (103 pp.)
  38. Jun. 25: Capital in the Twenty-First Century - Thomas Piketty (677 pp.)
  39. Jun. 28: The Girl on the Boat - P.G. Wodehouse (313 pp.)
  40. Jun. 30: Spicy and Pickles and the Kangaroo's Clue - Ella Minster (88 pp.)
  41. Jun. 30: Jesus the Christ - James E. Talmage (756 pp.)
  42. Aug. 17: Birch, A. Jane. "Getting Into the Meat of the Word of Wisdom." Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture, Vol. 11 (2014): 1-36.
  43. Aug. 22: Dad Is Fat - Jim Gaffigan (286 pp.)
  44. Oct. 12: Grk Takes Revenge - Joshua Doder (192 pp.)
  45. Nov. 2: Carmack, Stanford. "A Look at Some 'Nonstandard' Book of Mormon Grammar." Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture, Vol. 11 (2014): 209-262.
  46. Nov. 2: Zinner, Samuel. "'Zion' and 'Jerusalem' as Lady Wisdom in Moses 7 and Nephi's Tree of Life Vision." Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture, Vol. 12 (2014): 281-323.
  47. Nov. 15: Boettke, Peter J. and Christopher J. Coyne. "Political Economy of Forgiveness." Society, Vol. 44, No. 2 (2007): 53-59.
  48. Nov. 15: Cherry, Todd L., Peter Frykblom, and Jason F. Shogren. "Hardnose the Dictator." The American Economic Review, Vol. 92, No. 4 (2002): 1218-1221.
  49. Nov. 16: Cox, James C. and Cary A. Deck. "On the Nature of Reciprocal Motives." Economic Inquiry, Vol. 43, No. 3 (2005): 623-635.
  50. Nov. 17: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone - J.K. Rowling (309 pp.)
  51. Nov. 18: Levin, Yuval. "Taking the Long Way." First Things, No. 246 (Oct. 2014): 25-31.
  52. Nov. 28: Fehr, Ernst, Holger Herz, and Tom Wilkening. "The Lure of Authority." The American Economic Review, Vol. 103, No. 4 (2013): 1325-1359.
  53. Dec. 4: Smith, Gregory L. "Cracking the Book of Mormon's 'Secret Combinations'?" Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture, Vol. 13 (2014): 63-109.
  54. Dec. 7: Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets - J.K. Rowling (341 pp.)
  55. Dec. 14: I, Jack - Patricia Finney (185 pp.)
  56. Dec. 17: Smith, Vernon L. "The Two Faces of Adam Smith." Southern Economic Journal, Vol. 65, No. 1 (1998): 1-19.
  57. Dec. 23: Krieckhaus, Jonathan, Byunghwan Son, Nisha Mukherjee Bellinger, and Jason M. Wells. "Economic Inequality and Democratic Support." The Journal of Politics, Vol. 76, No. 1 (Jan. 2014): 139-151.

2015: 16,064 pages in 43 books and 23 articles

  1. Jan. 2: Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims - Rush Limbaugh (223 pp.)
  2. Jan. 15: The Tuttle Twins Learn About the Law - Connor Boyack (62 pp.)
  3. Jan. 24: The Wednesday Wars - Gary D. Schmidt (264 pp.)
  4. Jan. 28: Luttwak, Edward N. "Omens from the Seventh Century." Hoover Digest, Vol. 2015, No. 1 (Winter 2015): 41-50.
  5. Jan. 28: Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban - J.K. Rowling (435 pp.)
  6. Feb. 2: Lemieux, Pierre. "A Slow-Motion Collapse." Regulation, Winter 2014-2015: 12-15.
  7. Feb. 6: Lord Jim - Clare West & Joseph Conrad (100 pp.)
  8. Feb. 10: McCloskey, Deirdre N. "Measured, Unmeasured, Mismeasured, and Unjustified Pessimism: A Review Essay of Thomas Piketty's Capital in the Twenty-first Century." Erasmus Journal for Philosophy and Economics, Vol. 7, No. 2 (Autumn 2014): 73-115.
  9. Feb. 16: Magness, Phillip W. and Robert P. Murphy. "Challenging the Empirical Contribution of Thomas Piketty's Capital in the 21st Century." Journal of Private Enterprise, Vol. 30, No. 1 (Spring 2015): 1-34.
  10. Feb. 16: Kuznets, Simon. "Economic Growth and Income Inequality." The American Economic Review, Vol. 45, No. 1 (Mar. 1955): 1-28.
  11. Feb. 17: Jones, Charles I. "Pareto and Piketty: The Macroeconomics of Top Income and Wealth Inequality." The Journal of Economic Perspectives, Vol. 29, No. 1 (Winter 2015): 29-46.
  12. Feb. 28: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire - J.K. Rowling (734 pp.)
  13. Feb. 28: Following the Light of Christ into His Presence - John M. Pontius (266 pp.)
  14. Mar. 1: Carmack, Stanford. "The Implications of Past-Tense Syntax in the Book of Mormon." Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture, Vol. 14 (2015): 119-186.
  15. Mar. 3: Frankfurt, Harry. "Equity As a Moral Ideal." Ethics, Vol. 98, No. 1 (Oct. 1987): 21-43.
  16. Mar. 3: Goodin, Robert E. "Egalitarianism, Fetishistic and Otherwise." Ethics, Vol. 98, No. 1 (Oct. 1987): 44-49.
  17. Mar. 3: Bonica, Adam, Nolan McCarty, Keith T. Poole, and Howard Rosenthal. "Why Hasn't Democracy Slowed Rising Inequality?" The Journal of Economic Perspectives, Vol. 27, No. 3 (Summer 2013): 103-123.
  18. Mar. 4: Greenwood, Jeremy, Nezih Guner, Georgi Kocharkov, and Cezar Santos. "Marry Your Like: Assortative Mating and Income Inequality." NBER Working Paper #19829, (Jan. 2014): 1-26.
  19. Mar. 4: Corak, Miles. "Income Inequality, Equality of Opportunity, and Intergenerational Mobility." The Journal of Economic Perspectives, Vol. 27, No. 3 (Summer 2013): 79-102.
  20. Mar. 10: Hales, Brian C. and Laura H. Hales. "Lending Clarity to Confusion: A Response to Kirk Van Allen's 'D&C 132: A Revelation of Men, not God.'" FairMormon Papers and Reviews, Vol. 1 (2015): 1-29.
  21. Mar. 14: Skousen, Royal. "Restoring the Original Text of the Book of Mormon." Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture, Vol. 14 (2015): 107-117.
  22. Mar. 14: Grk Down Under - Joshua Doder (192 pp.)
  23. Mar. 24: Stewart, M.R. "An Account of the Life and Writings of Adam Smith, L.L.D." The Edinburgh Magazine, (Jan. 1795): 9-14.
  24. Mar. 25: Uncredited. "Account of Adam Smith, LL.D." The European Magazine, (Mar. 1802): 163-167.
  25. Apr. 5: The Diary of a Wimpy Kid - Jeff Kinney (218 pp.)
  26. Apr. 5: Brother Brigham Challenges the Saints - Hugh Nibley (543 pp.)
  27. Apr. 5: For Zion - Joseph M. Spencer (188 pp.)
  28. Apr. 5: Individualism and Economic Order - Friedrich A. Hayek (278 pp.)
  29. Apr. 12: Doctrine and Covenants - Joseph Smith, Jr., et Al. (305 pp.)
  30. Apr. 14: Houser, Daniel and Erte Xiao. "Inequality-Seeking Punishment." Economic Letters, Vol. 109 (2010): 20-23.
  31. Apr. 18: Pan, Xiaofei Sophia and Daniel Houser. "Cooperation During Cultural Group Formation Promotes Trust Towards Members of Out-Groups." Proceedings of the Royal Society B, No. 280 (2013): 1-6.
  32. Apr. 18: Aimone, Jason A., Daniel Houser, and Bernd Weber. "Neural Signatures of Betrayal Aversion: an fMRI Study of Trust." Proceedings of the Royal Society B, No. 281 (2014): 1-6.
  33. Apr. 20: Pan, Xiaofei Sophia and Daniel Houser. "Competition for Trophies Triggers Male Generosity." PLoS ONE, Vol. 6, No. 4 (Apr. 2011): 1-6.
  34. Apr. 21: Houser, Daniel, Stefan Wetter, and Joachim Winter. "Fairness and Cheating." European Economic Review, Vol. 56 (2012): 1645-1655.
  35. Apr. 29: Baumol, William J. "Marx and the Iron Law of Wages." The American Economic Review, Vol. 73, No. 2 (May 1983): 303-308.
  36. May 2: The Road to Wigan Pier - George Orwell (264 pp.)
  37. May 21: Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix - J.K. Rowling (870 pp.)
  38. Jun. 20: Little Britches - Ralph Moody (260 pp.)
  39. Jul. 6: Messenger of Truth - Jacqueline Winspear (323 pp.)
  40. Jul. 15: Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince - J.K. Rowling (652 pp.)
  41. Jul. 26: Teachings of Presidents of the Church: Joseph Smith - The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (588 pp.)
  42. Aug. 1: The Eleven Comedies, Volume 1 - Aristophanes (201 pp.)
  43. Aug. 5: An Incomplete Revenge - Jacqueline Winspear (307 pp.)
  44. Aug. 12: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - J.K. Rowling (759 pp.)
  45. Sep. 1: The Mindfulness Solution - Ronald D. Siegel (356 pp.)
  46. Sep. 6: Couple Skills - Matthew McKay, Patrick Fanning, & Kim Paleg (328 pp.)
  47. Sep. 6: Ruby Redfort: Look Into My Eyes - Lauren Child (389 pp.)
  48. Sep. 22: The Road to Wigan Pier - George Orwell (264 pp.)
  49. Sep. 25: Come As You Are - Emily Nagoski (388 pp.)
  50. Oct. 2: Knowledge and Coordination - Daniel B. Klein (356 pp.)
  51. Oct. 3: The Theory of the Leisure Class - Thorstein Veblen (300 pp.)
  52. Oct. 4: The Book of Mormon - Joseph Smith, Jr., trans. (541 pp.)
  53. Oct. 5: Ruby Redfort: Take Your Last Breath - Lauren Child (429 pp.)
  54. Oct. 6: Babbitt - Sinclair Lewis (401 pp.)
  55. Oct. 14: Teachings of Presidents of the Church: Brigham Young - The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (368 pp.)
  56. Oct. 22: Hales, Brian. "'Midrashic Fiction': Meg Stout's Reconstructions of Nauvoo Polygamy." The Millennial Star. n.d.: 1-14.
  57. Oct. 25: Ender's Game - Orson Scott Card (226 pp.)
  58. Nov. 15: Ruby Redfort: Catch Your Death - Lauren Child (528 pp.)
  59. Nov. 20: Teachings of Presidents of the Church: John Taylor - The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (254 pp.)
  60. Nov. 27: Submission - Michel Houellebeqc (250 pp.)
  61. Dec. 4: Working Toward Zion - James W. Lucas & Warner P. Woodworth (481 pp.)
  62. Dec. 11: Never Let Me Go - Kazuo Ishiguro (288 pp.)
  63. Dec. 13: Ruby Redfort: Feel the Fear - Lauren Child (528 pp.)
  64. Dec. 16: The Martian - Andy Weir (369 pp.)
  65. Dec. 22: Teachings of Presidents of the Church: Wilford Woodruff - The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (299 pp.)
  66. Dec. 28: Why We Hate Us - Dick Meyer (271 pp.)

2016: 10,592 pages in 39 books

  1. Jan. 25: The Pothunters - P.G. Wodehouse (256 pp.)
  2. Jan. 31: Ruby Redfort: Pick Your Poison - Lauren Child (528 pp.)
  3. Feb. 3: In Search of Zarathustra - Paul Kriwaczek (253 pp.)
  4. Feb. 13: A Prefect's Uncle - P.G. Wodehouse (160 pp.)
  5. Feb. 13: Tess of the d'Urbervilles - Thomas Hardy (399 pp.)
  6. Feb. 13: The Gold Bat - P.G. Wodehouse (176 pp.)
  7. Feb. 21: Teachings of Presidents of the Church: Lorenzo Snow - The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (298 pp.)
  8. Feb. 23: Among the Mad - Jacqueline Winspear (336 pp.)
  9. Feb. 29: The Head of Kay's - P.G. Wodehouse (176 pp.)
  10. Mar. 21: Man of the Family - Ralph Moody (273 pp.)
  11. Mar. 22: Life of Fred: Goldfish - Stanley F. Schmidt (124 pp.)
  12. Mar. 25: A Wrinkle in Time - Madeleine L'Engle (247 pp.)
  13. Mar. 31: Wuthering Heights - Emily Brontë (213 pp.)
  14. Apr. 17: Mike at Wrykyn - P.G. Wodehouse (201 pp.)
  15. Apr. 28: Mike and Psmith - P.G. Wodehouse (190 pp.)
  16. May 6: Unwind! - Michael Olpin & Sam Bracken (180 pp.)
  17. May 17: The Hobbit - J.R.R. Tolkein (275 pp.)
  18. Jun. 16: Psmith in the City - P.G. Wodehouse (201 pp.)
  19. Jun. 27: Spicy and Pickles and the United Heists of America - Ella Minster (154 pp.)
  20. Jul. 4: Vanity Fair - William Makepeace Thackeray (682 pp.)
  21. Jul. 8: The Out-of-Sync Child - Carol Stock Kranowitz (374 pp.)
  22. Aug. 16: Centerburg Tales - Robert McCloskey (192 pp.)
  23. Sep. 19: Plum Sauce - Richard Usborne (230 pp.)
  24. Sep. 19: The Fall of Fergal - Philip Ardagh (127 pp.)
  25. Oct. 2: The Comic Style of P.G. Wodehouse - Robert A. Hall, Jr. (145 pp.)
  26. Oct. 12: The Overton Window - Glenn Beck (334 pp.)
  27. Oct. 28: Managing Your Depression - Susan J. Noonan (170 pp.)
  28. Nov. 2: The Mapping of Love and Death - Jacqueline Winspear (342 pp.)
  29. Nov. 3: Red China Blues - Jan Wong (405 pp.)
  30. Nov. 9: Lego Star Wars: R2-D2 to the Rescue! - Ace Landers (64 pp.)
  31. Nov. 30: Depression-Free for Life - Gabriel Cousens (300 pp.)
  32. Nov. 30: Spicy and Pickles and the United Heists of America - Ella Minster (154 pp.)
  33. Dec. 7: Teachings of Presidents of the Church: Joseph F. Smith - The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (457 pp.)
  34. Dec. 8: The Book of Mormon - Joseph Smith, Jr., trans. (541 pp.)
  35. Dec. 9: Book of Mormon Gospel Doctrine Teacher's Manual - The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (224 pp.)
  36. Dec. 10: Night Falls Fast - Kay Redfield Jamison (417 pp.)
  37. Dec. 11: Teachings of Presidents of the Church: Howard W. Hunter - The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (325 pp.)
  38. Dec. 14: Hot Water - P.G. Wodehouse (294 pp.)
  39. Dec. 22: The Runner's Rule Book - Mark Remy (176 pp.)

2017: xxxx pages in xx books

  1. Jan. 1: Visions of Glory - John M. Pontius (288 pp.)
  2. Jan. 2: A Vision of Perfection - Grant Von Harrison (73 pp.)
  3. Jan. 11: Escape From Warsaw - Ian Serraillier (218 pp.)
  4. Jan. 30: A Lesson in Secrets - Jacqueline Winspear (325 pp.)
  5. Feb. 1: Darkness Visible - William Styron (85 pp.)
  6. Feb. 13: Uneasy Money - P.G. Wodehouse (247 pp.)
  7. Feb. 17: Drawing on the Powers of Heaven - Grant Von Harrison (101 pp.)
  8. Mar. 5: Fortress Besieged - Qian Zhongshu (438 pp.)
  9. Mar. 13: Ukridge - P.G. Wodehouse (270 pp.)
  10. Mar. 13: Seeing with an Eye of Faith - Grant Von Harrison (74 pp.)
  11. Mar. 23: Fathers As Patriarchs - Grant Von Harrison (174 pp.)
  12. Mar. 23: Ash, Michael R. "The Sin 'Next to Murder': An Alternative Interpretation." Sunstone, Nov. 2006, pp. 34-43.
  13. Mar. 24: Meet Mr. Mulliner - P.G. Wodehouse (203 pp.)
  14. Mar. 27: Adventures of Danny and the Dinosaur - Syd Hoff (128 pp.)
  15. Mar. 30: Teachings of Presidents of the Church: Heber J. Grant - The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (255 pp.)
  16. Mar. 31: Open Water Swimming Manual - Lynne Cox (327 pp.)
  17. Apr. 3: Mathematics Minus Fear - Lawrence Potter (286 pp.)
  18. Apr. 14: Adventures of Morris the Moose - B. Wiseman (166 pp.)
  19. Apr. 14: Piccadilly Jim - P.G. Wodehouse (300 pp.)
  20. Apr. 23: Stanley - Syd Hoff (64 pp.)
  21. Apr. 28: Sailing Alone Around the World - Joshua Slocum (304 pp.)
  22. May 5: Romney, Marion G. "Socialism and the United Order Compared." Conference Report, Apr. 1966, pp. 95-101.
  23. May 7: Brideshead Revisited - Evelyn Waugh (351 pp.)
  24. May 16: Barkley - Syd Hoff (32 pp.)
  25. May 18: Don't Mess with Travis - Bob Smiley (346 pp.)
  26. May 20: Sammy the Seal - Syd Hoff (64 pp.)
  27. May 24: Julius - Syd Hoff (64 pp.)
  28. May 27: Freddy the Detective - Walter R. Brooks (264 pp.)
  29. Jun. 5: Freddy Goes to Florida - Walter R. Brooks (197 pp.)
  30. Jun. 8: 69 A.D. - Gwyn Morgan (327 pp.)
  31. Jun. 8: Klein, Daniel B. "Commutative, Distributive, and Estimative Justice in Adam Smith." (March 10, 2017). Adam Smith Review, Forthcoming (posted Mar. 10, 2017), pp. 1-40.
  32. Jun. 13: A Capitalism for the People - Luigi Zingales (312 pp.)
  33. Jun. 16: Teaching of Presidents of the Church: George Albert Smith - The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (306 pp.)
  34. Jun. 16: Winnie-the-Pooh - A.A. Milne (171 pp.)
  35. Jul. 3: The Heart of a Goof - P.G. Wodehouse (248 pp.)
  36. Jul. 3: On Tyranny - Timothy Snyder (127 pp.)
  37. Jul. 9: The House at Pooh Corner - A.A. Milne (188 pp.)
  38. Sep. 19: Naked Statistics - Charles Wheelan (285 pp.)
  39. Oct. 5: Romer, Paul. "The Trouble With Macroeconomics." (Sept. 14, 2016). The American Economist, Forthcoming, pp. i, 1-25.
  40. Nov. 13: Doctrine and Covenants - Joseph Smith, Jr., et Al. (305 pp.)
  41. Nov. 21: Our Heritage - The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (153 pp.)