Friday, June 11, 2021

The 29 Books in Reading for Sanity's Summer Reading Stack

It's that time of year -- summer break -- when the kids are home 24/7 and the yardwork never ends...also known as most of the last year and half.   This summer we are crossing our fingers for in-person school in the fall and taking a much needed break to spend (even more) time with our families and read our hearts out. 

We'll see you back here on September 1st OR you can follow along with our more informal reading adventures on our Facebook page.   We won't leave you empty handed though.  Without further ado, here are at least some of the titles we hope to read this summer: 

(in no particular order and linked to Goodreads)  

The Shadow and Bone Trilogy - Leigh Bardugo

The God of Small Things - Arundhati Roy

The Kitchen Front - Jennifer Ryan

Matrimony, Inc: From Personal Ads to Swiping Right, A Story of America Looking for Love - Francesca Beauman

Sky Beyond the Storm - Sabaa Tahir

Ibid: A Novel - Mark Dunn

The Stationery Shop - Marjan Kamali

Circe - Madeline Miller

Blood Magic: The Anthropology of Menstruation - edited by Thomas Buckley & Alma Gottlieb

Lockwood & Co.: The Hollow Boy - Jonathan Stroud

A Sitting in St. James - Rita Williams-Garcia

The Secret Token: Myth, Obsession, and the Search for the Lost Colony of Roanoke - Andrew Lawler

Ninth House - Leigh Bardugo

The Last Dive: A Father and Son's Fatal Descent into the Ocean's Depths - Bernie Chowdhury

The Nickel Boys - Coulson Whitehead

The Shapeshifter - Tony Hillerman

Go Set a Watchman - Harper Lee

The Last Report on the Miracles at Little No Horse - Louise Erdrich 

The Bone Garden - Heather Kassner

We hope we've given you enough to jump start 

your summer reading!  See you in September!  

Happy Reading!

1 comment:

Claudia said...

Circe, The Nickel Boys, and The Stationary Shop are all amazing. I couldn't bring myself to read Go Set a Watchman.


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