Don't Have A Summer Reading List Yet? Here You Go!
It's finally SUMMER! As you're forgetting about homework, sleeping in and hitting the beach, we've got a few amazing reads that you must get your hands on this summer vacation. If your summer is less about relaxation and more about embarking on the next new journey, we've also got some books that will totally inspire and amp you up for whatever's coming next!
Summer Hits and Light Beach Reads
To All the Boys I've Loved Before by Jenny Han
When it comes to lounging on the beach, nothing is better than some light chick lit. To All the Boys I've Ever Loved is about a girl who sets out to tell all her past crushes she used to like them, and it's perfectly funny, romantic, and super appropriate for summer.
Since You've Been Gone by Morgan Matson
Morgan Matson is the goddess of cute summer reads. Since You've Been Gone is all about BFFs and falling in love, with a little bit of a mystery thrown in. Hint for extra enjoyment: Eat ice cream while reading.
Kissing in America by Margo Rabb
Road trip time! While this book is about a girl chasing her crush across the country after he moves to California, ultimately it's about family, friends and loss. Prepare to laugh and cry, sometimes at the same time.
Girl Online by Zoe Sugg
This is the ultimate light summer read. If you're looking to read something that will make you grin like an idiot the entire time because it's just so cute, step right up. Pure adorableness.
Graduation Nerves and How to Calm Them
Made You Up by Francesca Zappia
Things are going well for Alex as her schizophrenia takes a back seat in her life, but feeling "normal" is new to her, and even a little bit scary. Join her on her journey to find out what's real.
Lock and Key by Sarah Dessen
Living with new people is scary, especially when your mother leaves you behind without warning. Ruby has a bright future ahead of her, but she seems hesitant to accept it. Can she learn to love and trust again?
Croak by Gina Damico
New friends, new town, new hobbies. Things are going well for Lex in this popular fantasy novel. Hopefully your new school won't involve reaping souls from the dead, like Lex's does, but you never know!
Ms. Marvel by G. Willow Wilson
The new Ms. Marvel comic has people buzzing. Gaining super powers and learning to save the world isn't too different from starting at a new school, right? Let this powerhouse superhero help you through it.
What books do you plan to be reading this summer? Let us know in the comments!