02 Aug Your Summer Discussion List
School’s out, time to relax and read.
It’s that time of year when everyone is looking for books to add to their summer reading list. The one you get lost in during lazy days and summer holidays.
Books that are thought-provoking, that teach you something new or books that walk the fine line between fantasy and reality. Sometimes you come across a book that has such a profound effect that you must talk about it.
Not only is discussing books a great way to connect with others, it helps you understand diverse perspectives and expand the way you think.
Whether you are looking for your next Book Club suggestion or conversation-starter, these are books worth discussing.
Social inequality, racism, police brutality, The Hate U Give will have you reflecting on the life and death decisions that affect the whole community. How would you respond?
How can a book with such few words be written so beautifully and descriptively? The Day Before Happiness is a powerful story that tells the journey of growing up, love and the search for happiness in post-war Naples through a young orphan’s eyes.
Inspiring and insightful, this memoir of one woman’s liberating journey from novice to experienced swimmer will have you contemplating if you too should Leap In.
The third installment in The Safari Series, The Red Desert books are perfect for teaching young children about living kindly and appreciating one another’s differences. Beautifully illustrated by Maria Floyd.