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Summer Reading List for Teachers! {A Linky!}

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Ahhhhhh summer – warm weather, no alarm clock and TONS of reading time!

Like most teachers, I tend to read way less during the school year than in the summer {when I can devour a book in a day!}I thought it would be fun to kick of the start of my summer vacation {kinda – I teach summer school beginning Monday!} by sharing some books I plan to read, along with some books I think YOU should read!

First up, here is a fraction of my “Must Reads” this summer! I like to read a bunch of light books – nothing too heavy as I’m dipping my toes in the lake or lounging in bed! I have a Kindle and think it’s the best money I’ve ever spent. I can throw it in my purse and pull it out whenever I have a quick minute. {I have the Kindle with “special offers” and I never notice the ads! Save $20 and get this version!}

Summer Reading List for Teachers
14 Deadly Sins – James Patterson
The Rumor – Elin Hilderbrand
Private Vegas – James Patternson
The Summer’s End – Mary Alice Monroe
The Guest Cottage – Nancy Thayer
Luckiest Girl Alive – Jessica Knoll
Big Little Lies – Liane Moriarty
* this is just a partial list of what I hope to read!
Now, this next list of books is what I’ve recently read and want to spread the good word about!
Summer Reading List for Teachers
Me Before You – Jojo Moyes {heavy, but SO good!}
Nantucket Sisters – Nancy Thayer {Nantucket – enough said!}
Wonder – R.J. Palacio {great series to share with your students!}
Rosie Dunne – Cecelia Ahern {absolutely hilarious!}

What’s on your summer reading list? Grab the images below, add the book covers and link up! I’m always looking for some great books to read & can’t wait to hear more suggestions!

Summer Reading List for Teachers

 

Summer Reading List for Teachers
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11 Responses

  1. I love this post! I love to read and the only time I have time to do so is in the summer. Like so many, my time is so limited that I hate investing time in a book that's a dud so having suggestions like you have here for a linky is awesomeness! I can't wait to see what others post and I'm looking forward to getting a post together too!

  2. Thank you for having this linky! You have no idea how much I love to read my books in my Nook during the summer time. =) I am DEF going to have to keep a lookout for your recommendations once I am done reading the books in my list!

    A LoveLi Class

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