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Summer 2016

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The Top 8 Professional Reads for Educators (plus more) as voted by you for your Summer reading list!

After sending out a survey over the space of 2 weeks on Twitter and through other Social Media Platforms, we had 258 book suggestions from 123 educators from 13 different countries around the world, spanning several continents and every corner of the globe. The global reach here has magnificent and the professional reading shared was detailed and diverse.

I know you are going to love this list and be totally inspired by it. Best Summer Books, 2016. BeeLine Reader: BeeLine Reader adds a color gradient to text to help you read faster and more accurately. 10 New YA Books to Read This Summer. Oh, summer … Is there a more wonderful season to settle in with a great book?

10 New YA Books to Read This Summer

If you weren’t already excited about the prospect of reading on warm and sunny days, you’re in for a treat because we rounded up the best teen books to snag in the upcoming months. These ten new young adult books will make excellent companions on the beach, at camp, and for nights reading under the stars. Two Summersby Aimee FriedmanThe only thing better than one summer is, of course, two. In this frothily magical tale, Summer Everett is trying to choose between a summer in familiar upstate New York and another among the lavender fields of the French countryside, when suddenly her summer splits into two parallel seasons. She’ll fall in love and make new discoveries in both lives, but still has to face the same terrible family secret no matter where she is. Catalog Overview. Blog Archive Time for Summer Reading! As we head into Memorial Day weekend, summer reading previews are arriving.

Blog Archive Time for Summer Reading!

While others can only salivate over the forthcoming titles, librarians can begin reading most of them now, in the form of galleys from Edelweiss and/or NetGalley (see our catalog of all the titles here) Entertainment Weekly, The New York Times, Amazon Editors, B&N, Buzzfeed, Harper’s Bazaar, The Wall Street Journal, and the St. Louis Post-Dispatch (widely syndicated in other regional newspapers) all have suggestions for readers.