Each family has their own unique combination of both conscious and unconscious priorities. The difference between a great book and a mediocre one is whether the message is strong enough to reinforce those priorities or, at times, conflict with them.
With time and energy in short supply, reading good books makes much more sense than slogging our way through so-so ones. So what is it that separates the exceptional from the mediocre? We think it boils down to two things.
Finding good books — really good books — to read together takes time. A lot of time, in fact. Time you either don’t have or could spend in other productive ways. So we developed a short, simple quiz — a treasure hunt, if you will — designed to give us some clues about what you might love.
For nearly two years, we've wrestled with the questiondo good books matter? The Literaseeds team unanimously agrees that they do, but we cringe a bit when we say it. And we've hesitated to say it to you too.