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Summer Reading for the Grown-Ups

Ann Mellow
June 01, 2017

Here are good reads of all kinds, from beach books to professional literature and everything in between. Happy reading from all of us at NAES!

Books to Breeze Thorough This Summer: New York Times book critic Janet Maslin suggests some titles.

Best Children’s and Young Adult Books of 2016: Publisher’s Weekly has compiled the top 50 titles in picture books, middle years and young adult categories.

Nine Graphic Novels Every Grown-Up Should Read: Haven’t read a graphic novel? Here are nine recommendations just for adults, from Reader’s Digest.

What to Read This Summer: Dona Orem, President of the National Association of Independent Schools, shares her book list.

A Double Fortnight's Summer Reading from Independent School’s Books Columnist: Richard Barbieri, book reviewer for Independent School Magazine, shared his favorites

16 Books About Racism That Every White Person Should Read: Zeba Blay has compiled a list of key titles.

What Is On Your Summer Reading List? Looking for books on faith and theology? Bronwyn Clark Skov,Officer for Youth Ministries of The Episcopal Church, has some suggestions.

Do you have a suggestion? Leave a comment and let us know! And happy reading!

1 Comment

  1. 1 shawn 10 Jul
    nice blog and great one


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