Summer Reading List for Teachers

Hi all,

I've linked up with Lucky to Be in First for her new linky: Summer Reading List for Teachers. My list is for anyone who may have a bit more time during the summer (like a teacher!). I don't have summer's off, but summer just tends to be more laid-back. If you are anything like me, then you spend your days off outside on your patio or at the beach, AKA perfect reading time! Check out my two lists below for ideas of what I want to read this summer, and what I think you should read this summer. Enjoy :)

I can't wait to read...
Room by Emma Donoghue
Gathering Blue, Messenger, and Son (the rest of The Giver Quartet) by Lois Lowry
In the Unlikely Event by Judy Blume
The Psychopath Inside by James Fallon

You should totally read...
Brave New World by Aldous Huxley
The Abstinence Teacher by Tom Perrotta
Cat's Cradle by Kurt Vonnegut
Me Talk Pretty One Day by David Seders
The Giver by Lois Lowry

There you have it! I hope I gave you some ideas for books to add to your summer reading list. Click the image below to head over to Lucky to Be in First to join this fun linky!

Lucky to Be in First

What's on your summer reading list? Comment below and make sure to link up to share!

4 comments

  1. Oh my goodness - there are so many books on your list that I've never read (but have been on the to do list for a long time: The Giver & Room to start!) Thanks so much for the great suggestions!

    Slainte,
    ☘ Molly
    Lucky to Be in First

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  2. Ooooh The Giver books...so adding these to the list. Thanks and happy reading!
    Andrea
    Always Kindergarten

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  3. I too have The Giver series just sitting on my Nook, but I feel like I won't be able to start those until I reread The Giver. It's been years since I read it in MS. =/

    A LoveLi Class

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  4. You will LOVE Room!! Given the subject, it's not hard to read as I was afraid of. It's written really well! Another great book is Words by Ginny Yttrup.

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Thanks for the comments! I look forward to reading them :)

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