6 Fiction and Children’s Books That Hit More Than One Top 10 List
Summertime is just the right time for reading… it’s hard to beat sitting outside — on your patio, the beach, your lawn, or maybe your local outdoor café — with a tall cold drink and a good book.
But… what to read? What to read? For ideas, there are summer reading lists all over the web — offering recommendations in every category from romance to business, from children to biography.
New Fiction Books
Untold Story by Monica Ali— what if Princess Di faked her own death to make a new life in SmallTown, America? Monica Ali has an answer.
Carte Blanche by Jeffery Deaver– James Bond actually lives more than twice as Deaver, best-selling author and creator of Lincoln Rhyme, spins a new 007 tale.
Before I Go To Sleep by S. J. Watson— in his debut novel, Watson crafts a thriller from aging, memory loss and mental decline. Originally published in the U.K., the U.S. edition is one of the most anticipated books of the summer.
New Children’s Books
The Red Pyramid by Rick Riordan — the author of the best-selling Percy Jackson and the Olympians series kicks off his new series with a tale of magic, mythology, adventure, angry gods and a dash of The Parent Trap.
Big Nate: In A Class By Himself by Lincoln Peirce — side-splittingly funny, this book is based on Peirce’s popular comic about Nate Wright and his inevitable greatness, if he does say so himself.
Moon Over Manifest by Clare Vanderpool — winner of the 2011 Newberry Award, this book tells the story of 12 year-old Abilene’s summer in Manifest, Kansas learning about her father’s history and solving a decades-old town mystery with her friends.
For suggestions, programs and contests to get and keep your kids reading this summer go to HotCouponWorld’s Summer Reading Programs for Kids.
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