I am so excited for summer to be here; that means days at the pool soaking up the sun and taking the time to do things you really want. I know for many teachers this is a great time to read something that we actually want to, rather than what is required. I’ve got some pretty great books lined up for the summer and wanted to share them with you!
- The Woman In Cabin 10
It wouldn’t be a summer read without a thriller right?! This book was so great and kept me on the edge of my seat the whole time. I could hardly put it down. A must read for sure and I will definitely be reading more of Ruth Ware’s books in the future.
- Where The Crawdads Sing
I’ve barely started this book but it’s already an emotional ride. It’s been on the Top 100 Book list for quite some time so I decided to give it a try. It seems like it will be a story of hope after abandonment, and a good summer read for those slow days.
- The Woman In The Window
I have not read this one yet, but I can’t wait to get my hands on it. As I said earlier, I love suspense/thriller books, and this one has been on the NYT Bestseller list for a while. I have a feeling it’s going to be a good one!
- The Road Back to You
I am excited about this read as it covers the Enneagram! I want to be constantly learning, and I have a feeling this book is going to be a great resource for personal growth.
- Keeping Lucy
You can pre-order this book today, which is going to be an inspiring yet sad true story. I have a feeling this is going to be one of those books that stays with us for a long time.
You can pre-order this book today, and should. Three people, one island, romance and mystery. It sounds like the perfect summer read to me.
- Own Your Everyday
If you’re looking for a non-fiction book to read this summer, this is a great pick. Jordan packs her book with practical tips of how we can overcome comparison, the pressure to prove our worth, and do what we were called to do. A great book to add to your list!
This may not seem like very many books, but lets be honest, I will be doing great if I can read these over the course of the summer. I hope you’ll read some of these books with me, or if you have your own suggestions, let me know in the comments. I would love to hear what you’re reading as well!