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It’s a brand new month with new challenges from the crew, isn’t it fun? This week, the challenge is Summer Reading Lists. I was all set to do a middle school reading list for you, but decided I’d just share some books that I have particularly enjoyed.
For all Humankind
This is actually a book I just reviewed. About the moon landing, but from people all over the world. Their perceptions. I found it quite interesting.
For all Humankind. An informative, eye-opening read. It was really interesting reading stories from all over.
The Last Lie
I found this book so very intriguing. The last lie focused on…what is our use of language was limited? What if language wasn’t spoken to anyone? Could language simply be erased? Isn’t that such a fascinating idea?
Fight Your Fears
Fight your fears became my pass it along book. Shortly after reading it, I sent it along to a church friend, who then promised to pass it along to the next person. A useful book to help people realize their fears and through God, to combat them.
Keeper of Wild Words
In The Keeper of Wild Words we get to go on a treasure hunt for words removed from the Children’s dictionary. Such a fun picture book.
So, what is YOUR summer reading list? What books would you like to share with others? Are there any must haves on summer reading lists?