What Books Have You Read This Summer?

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Please share the book you and your children have most enjoyed reading this summer.

If you're looking for a few more titles to read before school starts up again, check out Sonlight's Summer Readers. Great books aren't confined to a single season, so you could read them this winter if that works better for you.

 ~Luke Holzmann
Filmmaker, Writer, Empty Nester

P.S. If you've read some of the Summer Readers, please leave a review on the product page so others can know how much you enjoyed the title. Thanks!

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5 Responses to What Books Have You Read This Summer?

  1. ChristinaB says:

    Family just finished Ruby Holler by Sharon Creech. LOVED it. Perfect for our family of foster/adopted children. Before that was Here's a Penny and Penny and Peter (Carolyn Haywood), and before that was The House of Thirty Cats (Mary Calhoun), and the first two of The Melendy Quartet (Elizabeth Enright). The three little boys and I read every single one of the Mr. Putter and Tabby (Cynthia Rylant) books. Such a wonderful series.

  2. Missy D says:

    Our "summer break" was only three weeks and actually fell during winter here in the southern hemisphere, but my hubby has been reading "Little Britches" by Ralph Moody to our kids. He remembers his father reading it to him and his siblings when they were all kids. I believe it's still included in one of the Cores, but it's definitely a book to read more than once. We're loving it!

  3. Joy says:

    I finished reading aloud Magic by the Lake, which is in the Half Magic series. It was the fourth book in that series we've read and have enjoyed them all. I wasn't happy with Magic or Not? when I pre-read it though so we won't be going farther with Edward Eager's books.
    We also enjoyed listening to Henry Huggins on audio during car drives. Now I am reading Little House on the Prairie to the kids during lunchtime.

  4. Tami says:

    We have been doing school at home since June so we have read several books but my son's favorite so far has been one we picked up at the library, The Secrets of Droon.

  5. Luke says:

    Glad you all have been able to find great books to read and enjoy together! Thanks for jumping in here and sharing <smile&gt.

    ~Luke

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