Saturday, June 15, 2013

Summertime Reading

It is a beautiful Saturday here in sunny, small town Georgia.  I should grab a book and head out to the deck!

{Here's a couple of images I whipped up about books.  Feel free to pin and/or download.}

Summer is always a great time to enjoy some extra reading time...for us and for our students.

I have a few things to share with you today with that in mind.

If you are STILL teaching {moment of silence}, these will be a great find for you right now!

If you are on Summer Vacay, go ahead and download now for use next year.

First up, I have two FREEBIES for you.  Click on each image to download from my TPT Store.

I also have a paid product I created for summertime reading.  Check it out here.

What about your summer reads?  Do you have some planned?  Have you already marked a couple off your list?

I'm going to read this one first...

If you've already read that one, have you tried this companion book?

I'd also like to read...

As for non-teaching books, I can't wait to read...

I've read two other books by Hosseini and loved both!  As a 7th grade Social Studies teacher whose curriculum involves the Middle East, these are great books about real life that give a better understanding of the culture.

I wasn't quite a teenager yet in 1974, but this one sounds really interesting!  {No pun intended.}

One of my favorite reads from last summer is...

This one was rather odd, but I couldn't put it down!  I loved it!

I'd love to hear some of the books on your lists!  Please leave me a comment about the book you're most excited about reading this summer.  {Teaching related or not.}

By the way, here are two of my Pinterest boards related to reading.  Hop on over and follow these or my entire Pinterest profile {even better}.

Enjoy :)


  1. Love all your suggestions although I must have missed Donalyn Miller's new book's debut. I was anxiously awaiting it's release in the fall. I guess I better get to the store. :) And you are right, there's no such thing as too many books. :)
    Creating Lifelong Learners

  2. mind-blowing post and this article tell us how to reads book in summer after attend the school classes thanks for share it business profile writing .