Summer Reading Picks for Teachers (2021)

Summer is here! So, it's time for my annual list of summer reading picks for teachers! 

Summer Reading for Teachers

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Reading is an easy way to unwind and relax. And, after THE craziest, busiest school year, every teacher can use some of that!

I'm going to share the books I've read and the books I plan to read. I hope you find a few to add to your summer TBR pile. :)

A few tips:
  • Remember to check your local library for these titles. It's a great way to get out of the house, and save money.
  • If you own a Kindle, stock up on all the books you want to read this summer. Most of the time, the digital version is much cheaper. It's small enough to fit in your purse which makes it easy to bring your book(s) with you wherever you go.

Books I've Read (and You Should Too)

Look, I'm a sucker for books about royals. I just am. This is a great story of a "commoner" and a royal coming together despite the odds and difficulties. There is a sequel to this book, but I have yet to read it.

This is book one in a three part series. The next two titles are listed below. It's a cute series about a girl who falls for her British neighbor. Their story unfolds over the three part series. It's full of laughs and all three are an easy read (light, fun, and quick). My favorite kind of read. P.S. I was able to read book one for FREE on my kindle (so, I hope that's still an option).

Listen, as far as I'm concerned, you can read any book from this series anytime, so don't let the word "Christmas" throw you off. Hehe. Honestly, all these years later, I still love the Shopaholic series. Yes, Becky can be exhausting sometimes. She makes poor decisions on the regular, BUT, that is what makes these stories laugh out loud funny. If you enjoy this series, then you'll enjoy this book too.

I love this writing duo. This books was fun. The main characters have the "fun" job of looking after a famous home improvement husband/wife team. America's well loved and favorite DYI duo isn't all it's cracked up to be, and the assistants have quite the job taking care of them. Of course, there is more to the story here, but I'll let you enjoy all that when you read it.

This is a fun read! Imagine America ruled by a monarchy...what??? Well, that's the world this story is set in. It follows the lives of the royals, mostly the siblings, one of which is slated to become queen....sooner than she realizes. It shows what it's like to find love when you're a part of the monarchy (spoiler alert, it isn't easy). It's a good book. Read it.

I love this author. I have yet to read a book by her that I didn't enjoy. This book is about a woman who's sister was murdered. She flees the big city, with her niece in tow, and ends up in a small Florida beach town. BUT, the murderer is on to her, which is scary, BUT, she has law enforcement on her side. Of course, things never go according to plan.....have I built up enough suspense? 

MY TBR (to be read) Pile

This is the sequel to American Royals mentioned above. I did start it, but never got to finish it. I purchased it for my Kindle, which I LOVE, but am taking a break from after a full year of distance learning. My eyes need a break. Anyhoo, I am looking forward to seeing how the rest of this story unfolds.

Ok, I did start this one, but set it aside. I just wasn't ready for it, YET. It's a story about people being paired up (romantically) using science. Can science create the perfect couple? I guess that remains to be seen!

An ETSY crafter meets a hard core attorney....hmmmm....SOLD! Also, I love books about weddings (planning them, the actual event, the craziness leading up to them). I'm sure this story will have lots of fun moments and it seems like a quick and easy read. 

I usually enjoy Jennifer Weiner's books, and this one sounded intriguing, so I quickly threw it in my cart. I don't think I can summarize the summary in just a few sentences. Use the link to learn all about this one. 

This book sounds juicy. What I mean by that is, several of the characters have these picture perfect lives...but they don't seem to think so themselves. Then, one little lie comes along that changes everything. I'm intrigued. Looking forward to this one!

You can find all of my Summer Reading Picks in my Amazon store. This link will take you to all of the books I've shared over the past few years. Click HERE to access all the titles in one place.

You can also use these links to learn about past summer picks:
Summer Reading 2016
Summer Reading 2017
Summer Reading 2018
Summer Reading 2019

Do you have any recommendations to add? Share your favorite summer reads in the comments below. :)


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