Summer Book Reading

Summer is coming! Or Summer is here? Because it is Oklahoma, I’m not sure which statement is the most accurate at this point. Anyway, it will be here before you know it. I always enjoy making plans for the summer–where I want to go, things I want to do, and books I want to read. I have a stack of books that has grown over the last several months and I can’t wait to read some of them this summer. If you have any summer reading ideas as well, I would love to hear what you plan on reading!

Books I Have Not Read:

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Books I Have Read That I HIGHLY Recommend:

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*A note about these books because there are more than one:

*Call the Midwife Series by Jennifer Worth–if you’re a fan of Call the Midwife on PBS, you’ll love these books. They are the actual memoirs of Jennifer Worth and the show is based on her experiences. However, these books are not for the faint of heart or those who don’t have an interest in medical issues. There are 4 books in this series, although the 4th book is markedly different from the previous 3, so just a FYI.

*Cold Tangerines & Bittersweet by Shauna Niequist– just amazing. I read one of these on a plane when I was going to see my best friend last year and it just made me increasingly thankful for some of the friendships I have in life right now. These books celebrated the small things in life, encouraged through the tough parts of life, and just challenged me to see everything in life a little differently.

I hope this list gives you some summer reading inspiration!

Love from, Amy.

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