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I love summer. Kind of. I mean, besides hating on the heat, I love the longer days we get which means more time to enjoy the beach and reading at the beach. And also, I don’t have to worry about bringing a jacket if I’m just going to hang out in the afternoon (except maybe to the beach). Summer also means the summer reading program at work and that’s usually fun. Kind of. So, here are some books I take to the beach or if you’re going to be spending all the at the library because of the air condition. Because you know, that’s how we bookworms roll if we’re not the outdoors-y type.
1. Percy Jackson series by Rick Riordan – Even though the books usually come out in the spring or fall I usually think of summer when associating with the Percy Jackson series because it involves a camp of sorts. Who doesn’t love camping out in the wilderness and battling mythological creatures? And making s’mores? And sing songs about Satyr’s and Wood Nymph’s?
2. Along for the Ride by Sarah Dessen – Honestly all Sarah Dessen books have a summer vibe for me. Just remember to have some snacks in hand because her books make you crave for stuff you never thought you’d end up craving for. Like pie.
3. Since You’ve Been Gone by Morgan Matson – Bucket lists, road trips, ice cream…ahh, the very definition of summer.
4. All the Missing Girls by Megan Miranda – Because who doesn’t love a good scary read at the beach? I read this one last summer and I’m waiting for summer to read The Perfect Stranger just because I love the atmosphere. Maybe I need that road trip to Yosemite again for the full effect.
5. Rebel Belle by Rachel Hawkins – I know this novel takes place during the school year, but I think the setting and the whole Southern Belle reminds me of summer. The other two novels in the series are on my summer reading.
What are some of your favorite reads for the summer or that reminds you of summer? Do you participate in the summer reading program at your local library?