From a stack of books beside my bedside that I want to go through in more detail this summer:
Fine Arts as Therapy: Plato's Teachings Organized and Discussed by Constantine Cavarnos. I got this in an Orthodox bookstore in San Francisco when Aidan was hospitalized there for a month.
All You Who Labor: Work and the Sanctification of Daily Life by Stefan Cardinal Wyzynki.
Feeling and Healing Your Emotions by Conrad Baars.
I Believe in Love: A Personal Retreat Based on the Teachings of St Therese de Lisieux by Fr Elbee.
A Tutor's Guide: Helping Writers One on One
Little Way of Homeschooling. Thirteen Families Discover Unschooling by Suzie Andres. A nice review here by Mary Gildersleeve
Why We Run: A Natural History by Bernd Heinrich. I love Heinrich's natural history books, especially Mind of the Raven (caveat: there is a definite secular evolutionist slant) and I thought this book might inspire me to take up running, or at least pre-contemplate it ;-).
I also have a few Kindle books I want to finish or reread.
Keeping House: The Litany of Everyday Life
The Education of Catholic Girls (has applications beyond just educating Catholic girls).
Hints on Child Training by Clay Trumbull. One of my favorite parenting books, written by the grandfather of Elisabeth Elliot and Thomas Howard.
Unschooling Rules: 55 Ways to Unlearn What We Know about Schools and Rediscover Education by Clark Aldrich
Forever Young Diet and Lifestyle
My reading never sticks to plans, and I didn't list any fiction books, though I do want to read fiction this summer, but those are a few I want to get into in depth!