What’s on your — or your kids’ — summer reading list this year?

If you haven’t started thinking about it yet, don’t worry! We’ve compiled a few useful resources to help you decide.

Any thoughts?! Maybe it’s a book that’s been sitting on your shelf and you’re finally able to time for even. Share your book ideas below!

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kanchan s.
nothing last forever, and rage of angels by Sydney .
Lorrie B.
Any thing by Nicholas Sparks is on my reading lists. My daughter likes Beverly Clearly books.
I am currently reading The Break Dowb by B. A. Paris
Cathy A.
I wish I had photos to upload. My lady that I was taking care of for almost 2 years hurt her back & since my back surgery I cannot lift dead weight like I use to so I lost my job. I mean when you work for someone over a few months you start to love them like family. So I do not know what to do now. I have been to visit once. So I am gonna let the person who took my place be there for a while before I visit again so my ex lady will remember me just as a friend. So when I get my phone on line I will post & put pics on line. Thanks for listening.
Adrienne S.
So far I have read Tough as They Come, Gathering Threads, The Perfect You, The Breakdown, Emma in the Night, and many more.
Tracey S.
Lilac Girls was an excellent read. Tweens are reading Ninja Timmy . We are rereading Harry Potter for the umpteenth time. For the smallest we have English Roses. We read everyday!
Patty W.
New books from Rachel Lee
Sarah T.
On my summer bookshelf: The Sun is Also a Star, The Hate U Give, The Chemist, Wonder Woman Unbound...and so many more! I use Goodreads to track my progress.
Sarah L.
I have bunch on my bookshelf to (I read a lot of ya, guilty pleasure). A lot of e-books to read. My kids will be reading every day, lots trips to the library to change it up.
Susan L.
The notebook