Five Suggestions for Summer Reading

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Summertime in America. It’s a different kind of season. Kids are out of school. Parents are taking vacation days. The weather is warm, the beaches are full, and even the most business-minded among us loosen the collar just a bit.

Summer has a slower pace, and that slower pace makes it the ideal time to catch up on your book reading. I suggest that you give some thought to which pages you plan to flip through in the coming months.

Planning your summer booklist might seem to rob these golden days of their spontaneity. However, we make travel plans in order to have a successful vacation. In the same way, let’s make booklists in order to have a successful reading holiday. Here are my suggestions for a fun-filled summer of bookishness.

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