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Projected Summer Reading List

I don’t think I got more than half of my ‘To Read’ List last summer, so I’m not even sure why I think that posting a list again will somehow ‘make the odds ever in my favor’. But you know, I really like lists, so here we go:

  1. The Clockwork Scarab by Colleen Gleason (edit: finished after I wrote this post and scheduled it- woooo!)
  2. She Loves You (Yeah Yeah Yeah) by Ann Hood (ARC from NetGalley, available June 26, 2018 – so it’s near the top of the list) (edit: just finished this before this published)
  3. Gem & Dixie by Sara Zarr (6% read – my pick for school summer reading, and I need to somehow make up discussion questions for the group)
  4. A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khalid Hosseini (To be reread as I teach it every year and want to properly annotate it this time round)
  5. A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens (To be reread because I’m bringing it back into my curriculum and again, want to annotate properly)
  6. Once and for All by Sarah Dessen (library had it and YAY, I always like a good Dessen novel)
  7. Orange by Ichigo Takano (Manga that has an anime haven’t watched yet. Seen it recommended a lot and it was at the library)
  8. This Is Not a Werewolf Story by Sandra Evans (School library book and what a great title)
  9. Thunderhead by Neal Shusterman (because I have it and it’s a great series)
  10. Crooked Kingdom by Leigh Bardugo (this was on last summer’s list, I have no excuse)

That’s enough for now, right?

One thought on “Projected Summer Reading List

  1. Pingback: Books to Reread that I Really Loved | ecnewman

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