Four-time Emmy award winner and best-selling author Kathie Lee Gifford has been busy this year, publishing not one but two books in 2020. The first is a children's picture book called Hello, Little Dreamer, which invites kids ages four to eight to explore their world and uncover the unique talents and path God has in mind for them.
Her latest book, It’s Never Too Late: Make the Next Act of Your Life the Best Act of Your Life, is the story of Gifford's journey, from childhood to the TODAY show and beyond, focusing on how her faith has allowed her to dream big and embrace change—and encouraging readers to do the same.
We asked Gifford what she's been reading this year, and she shared these four books and what she loves about them.
The Jerusalem Assassin by Joel C. Rosenberg
As always, Joel writes riveting novels based on current affairs in the Middle East. He tops himself with every book.
Anne is a creative genius and she brings her beautiful, very real relationship with Jesus into everything she does. Her new book is no different. It’s every bit as beautiful as her paintings and the person herself.
This is a textbook on how to get to the root of your relationships in a healing Christian manner.
Breakthrough: Living a Life That Overflows by Rabbi Jason Sobel
Breakthrough, by my friend and co-author of our book, The Rock, the Road, and the Rabbi, is a must-read for anyone who feels they are not achieving all that God has for them. In the book, Rabbi Jason clearly communicates using biblical examples, how we can not only break through, but how our breakthrough can give us a life that overflows with blessing.
This four-time Emmy award winner, singer, and best-selling author shares four of her favorite books of the year.