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We have been loving having regular reading time and trips to the library this summer. I have been making space to read more fiction and have some books to add to your summer reading list. One of the books, I could not put down. The other book I am still reading.

Books to Add to Your Summer Reading 

Wool by Hugh Howey It is more of a science fiction book than I typically read, but it was recommended by a friend so I picked it up. The story is fascinating and I am enjoying digging into it.

Every Wild Heart by Meg Donahue I saw this book on the Summer Reading List and wanted to check it out. It was definitely more of a lighter book but captured my attention with an interesting story! If you are heading on vacation or to the beach, it is the perfect read.

I also finally finished Uninvited and really enjoyed it!

One of my goals this summer has been to have some morning devotional time with the kids. Has this happened every day? Most definitely  not, but we are a work in progress. Currently, we are working on going through My Bible Adventure Through God’s Word.

It is the perfect little devotional to capture kids’ interest and teach them practical truths.

Today, I am giving away a copy of this book on Instagram! Make sure to head on over to enter!

2 Books You Need to add to your Summer Reading List!

Now onto the Reading Link Party: 

We would love to hear what you are reading! If you are a blogger, join the link party below! If you are not a blogger, I would still love to hear what books you have been reading. Share in the comments or over on Instagram.

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16 comments on “Books to Add to Your Summer Reading”

  1. I’m always looking for new book suggestions! Wool sounded familiar so I clicked the link to learn more and I’ve actually read it before. Its a very interesting story!

  2. Thanks for the book suggestions! I am currently reading Uninvited and really enjoying it. I’m also reading Present Over Perfect (but not enjoying it as I thought I would – It feels kind of random and scattered). I’m also reading Upstairs at the White House and it’s very interesting!

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