The Post About the Rabbit Recommends v.14

Each weekend, I post a readable, a watchable, and a listenable of which I'm fond. You can choose what happens next. Earlier volumes can be found here.


Anita Diamant's The Red Tent is one of my favorite type of novels. It's a deeper dig into a person we only get limited information about in the Bible. I know God has His reasons, but to be honest, I wish there was a "Director's Commentary" to the Word so my nosy self could get a few more details. Diamant takes a brief mention of Dinah (daughter of Leah and Jacob) in Genesis and expands it to 348 pages. It's a remarkable story of Jacob's four wives and his only daughter as they navigate ancient times.

Mutemath would normally fall under "Listen" but the new video for their song "Spotlight" is too crafty not to share.

MUTEMATH - Spotlight

You can order the Spotlight EP and dance inside your own van.


I discovered Missy Higgins through the suggestions iTunes makes for you once you buy someone similar. (I was snatching up some Keri Noble) This song is "Secret" from the album "On a Clear Night." I love the entire CD as well as the other 4 EPs she's since released. But it's time for another big girl album...


  1. Hi Jamie! Thanks for commenting on my blog---looks like we have a lot in common! What do you teach?

    I have The Red Tent on my bookshelf, and this totally encourages me to read it sooner, rather than later! Thanks.

    Hope you're having a good Saturday!

  2. Hi Amy! I wish I was cool and taught students in a real-life classrom (but I really don't think I have the big girl panties for that.)

    I actually teach a class at my church on Sundays and a extra group for a series of fun in the Spring and Fall.

    Thanks for stopping by!

  3. I LOVE The Red Tent! It's a wonderful book. I agree-it's so interesting to imagine what might have happened to the characters that are barely mentioned in the Bible. I love your recs! -Caitlin


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