My Summer Reading Plan

10 novels:

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5 Professional Books:

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10 weeks of Summer vacation.

Time to highlight, jot, think.

Time to live better because I am a reader!

No “summer slide” for me!!

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16 thoughts on “My Summer Reading Plan

  1. Lisa Maucione (@DrLMaucione) says:

    I just finished Raymie Nightingale and I enjoyed it. Is that Circus Mirandus on the bottom of your stack? I just loved that one! I hope to get lots of reading done this summer, too! I love summer reading because I feel like I have more time to actually digest what I’m reading.

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  2. mbhmaine says:

    Great structure for a post! I have a huge reading list this summer and lots of titles overlap with yours. I just finished The War That Saved My Life and have requested Pax from the library. The Turtle of Oman is also on my list as I love Naomi Shihab Nye and I’m dying to read Raymie Nightingale because Kate DiCamillo is …well… Kate DiCamillo! (and I just watched the webcast with her that Dana shared). I picked up a copy of DIY, too, and also plan to read Still Learning to Read to help with my transition from first to fourth grade. Oh dear, I’m starting to feel overwhelmed! I like the idea of prioritizing and then taking a picture of your books. Kind of like a goal statement!

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  3. Lisa Maucione (@DrLMaucione) says:

    I just finished Raymie Nightingale and I enjoyed it. Is that Circus Mirandus on the bottom of your stack? I loved that one! Summer is such a great time to get professional reading done. I appreciate that I actually have the time to digest what I am reading.

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  4. lisaorchard1 says:

    You’ve got an awesome TBR pile there. I have to say I read “The Thing about Jellyfish” and it was an awesome story! You’ll love it. I won’t tell you any more than that, I don’t want to spoil anything for you. 🙂

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  5. Amy says:

    You have a great stack here, Sally. Some I have read, some I want to read, and some that are new to me. I love looking at what others are reading, but then it ends up making my stack even larger. Thanks for sharing and happy reading! ~Amy

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  6. Linda Baie says:

    Wow, no summer slide, but what wonderful stacks of books! Some of those in the top stack I still need to read, but loved Pax and The War That Saved My Life. Happy Reading!

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  7. cmargocs says:

    Your reading pile looks delightful! I’ve read a few of the kidlit books, and share a few of the professional books on my summer reading list, too. Yay for time to read during the summer!

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  8. parkers says:

    I love to be motivated with a visual stack. I had Pax right in my hand. But then I had to give it as a birthday present. I also have Raymie Nightingale on my list. I will have to post my shelfie, too. It inspires so easily!

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  9. Lisa Maucione (@DrLMaucione) says:

    I just finished Raymie and enjoyed it. I know a few of the other titles, but not all of them. Circus Mirandus is terrific. I am eager to dig into DIY. Summer is such a great time to read professional texts. I love that I have the time to actually digest what I’m reading.

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  10. franmccrackin says:

    Love your idea of photographing your two piles.
    Make a resolution visible!
    I expected to recognize a few but they are all new to me-
    I think I’ll copy yet another good idea from you!

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