Lit! A Christian Guide to Reading Books by Tony Reinke is a book I read recently. If you like or don't like to read, this book is written for you. It isn't long (less than two hundred pages) and is divided into two parts-A Theology of Books and Reading, and Some Practical Advice on Book Reading. The first part is a compelling argument for reading books. Of course, if you like to read, that would not be necessary but is still worthwhile. I never thought about books and theology as linked unless a person was talking specifically about the Bible. The second part is good for both avid readers and those who find reading a chore. Topics covered include the benefits of reading fiction, reading together, and raising readers. If you are not a reader, I suggest reading at least the first part to consider why a person should read books.