Summer reading round-up!
Any time is a good time to read a book! But there are few times better than on a hot summer afternoon, relaxing with a book and a cold, iced drink. I’ve been a busy reader this summer! Well, compared to my reading record lately.
One of my goals for this more intentional, more relaxed summer is to read more books. I’m currently finishing up the Narnia anthology that I purchased a few years ago. So far this summer I have read Prince Caspian, The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, and The Silver Chair. One more book to go and I have finished the collection!!
Sound like fun? Want to read more this Summer? (Yes, you do, you know you do.) 😉
Okey dokey, then. Fortunately for you, I have a round up of summer reading posts. How convenient.
Books for Young Ones
Summer Books for Preschoolers by Dianna at The Kennedy Adventures
50 Summer Books for Kids by Selena at Look! We’re Learning!
Beautiful Picture Books About Summer from Preschoolers and Peace
Books for Moms
Self Care: A Summer Reading List for Moms by Heather at wellermommablog
The Ultimate summer reading list for moms by Faithful With The Little
The Best Beach Books for Kids by Selena at Look! We’re Learning!
10 Kids’ Books about Hurricanes by Selena at Look! We’re Learning!
10 Kids’ Books about Ice Cream by Selena at Look! We’re Learning!
Just for Fun Summer Reading List for Girls by Sara at Embracing Destiny
Our Favorite Books about Birds by Betsy at BJ’s Homeschool
The Ultimate Summer reading list for boys by Faithful With The Little
A Collection of Summer Poetry by Alisha at Flourish
16 Books to Add to Your Child’s Summer Reading List by Bonnie Way at The Koala Mom
Other Links About Summer Reading
Summer Reading Printable Pack by Meagan at More Than a Homeschool Mom
Make Summer Reading Fun by Meagan at More Than a Homeschool Mom
Get Your Child Reading with One of These Summer Reading Programs by Kathy Gossen at Cornerstone Confessions
5 Ways to Keep Your Kids Reading This Summer by Laurel at Pat And Candy
Some of Our Favorites
What are some of our favorite books around here? We have quite a few.
The Narnia books (of course.)
A few not-as-well-known books that we like are Bunnicula and Gustav Gloom. We’re also adding the “book and movie” approach to our reading… reading a book and then having a movie night to watch the movie.
That should be more than enough to help you and your kids find something to read this summer. Happy Reading!!