I have finally curated my summer reading list! 📚 Now that I have my beloved Kindle, I’m making it a point to read every day, always keeping it in my bag. #SummerReadingList 🌞📖 I’ve gathered a list of recommendations from friends and authors I already love, including a mix of novels and non-fiction. I hope there’s something for everyone! So grab a spot in the park, slap on some sunscreen, and let’s dive into these literary gems together! #BookLovers #ReadingRecommendations 🏖️📚
1. Let My People Go Surfing by Yvon Chouinard 🏄♂️🌊 This memoir by the founder of Patagonia blends his love for surfing with lessons on sustainable business practices. I’m already loving the perspective on business in this book! #Memoir #SustainableBusiness
2. Homebodies by Tembe Denton-Hurst 🏡💖 This collection of essays celebrates the joys of staying in and finding comfort in our own spaces. Perfect for anyone who cherishes their cozy, introverted side. #Essays #CozySpaces
3. The Idiot by Elif Batuman 😂📚 My friend recommended this book, saying it had her laughing out loud. It’s a coming-of-age novel that follows the adventures of Selin, a young woman starting her freshman year at Harvard. Looking forward to the mix of humor, intellect, and awkwardness! #ComingOfAge #Humor
4. A Tree Grows In Brooklyn by Betty Smith 🌳🗽 This book is perfect for anyone who loves New York. It follows the ups and downs of a young girl named Francie as she navigates family, dreams, and growing up in the early 20th century. #NewYork #ComingOfAge
5. Another Country by James Baldwin 📚🇺🇸 I wanted to add a classic to the list, and Another Country was at the top. This powerful novel delves into themes of love, identity, and racial tension in 1950s America. Excited to explore the lives of the diverse characters in this book. #ClassicNovels #RacialTension
6. All About Love by Bell Hooks ❤️📚 Adding some non-fiction to the mix, I’ve heard amazing things about Bell Hooks. This book challenges conventional ideas about love and offers a vision of love as a radical force for social change. #NonFiction #LoveAsRadicalForce
7. Piranesi by Susana Clarke 🏰🔍 Although I don’t often read fantasy, this book has been highly recommended. It takes place in an intricate labyrinthine world and follows the main character as he navigates a mysterious House filled with endless halls and surreal wonders.
I have finally got around to making my summer reading list! Now that I have my beloved Kindle I am making it a point to read everyday, always making sure I have it in my bag. I have curated a list of recommendations from friends, or authors that I already love and want to read more off. It’s a mixture of novels, and non fiction so I hope there is something for everyone. So grab a spot in the park, slap on some sunscreen, and let’s dive into these literary gems together!