What’s your favorite thing about summer? Today is the last

What’s your favorite thing about summer? Today is the last

5/31/2021, 3:57:04 PM
What’s your favorite thing about summer? Today is the last day of school for my Bebe, and then it’s summaaaaah time for us around here. . I figured in honor of the summer vacation starting I would share two of my favorite summer time themed books! These two beauties recently released in paperback (thank you to @simonteen for sending me the paperbacks. I’ve already passed them along to some teen girls in my neighborhood! And thanks to @shopliteratee for gifting me this hilarious pillow 😂😍) . STAY SWEET was one of my top ten reads of 2018. A touch of historical fiction + an all-girl run ice cream stand + lots of ice cream recipe experimenting? Combination of some of my favorite elements/genres and this was/is one of my top recommended books to girls in high school. (And really anyone who likes a good summer contemporary) I love the theme of tradition in this story, because I love traditions so much. I will always be recommending this book! . SAVE THE DATE was another favorite of mine last year. Morgan Matson has a talent for taking that somewhat cliche YA contemporary plot and steeping it in nostalgia. Whenever I read her books I am alway hit so strongly with my own memories in the best possible way. Plus this one was a bit more unique and fun as we follow the family of a popular/famous comic cartoonist through wedding planning and all the family dynamics that come with having a big family. (I am one of six kids and this was so relatable) Family and platonic friendship relationships are among favorite to read! . Do you have a book you recommend for the summer? . #staysweetbook #siobhanvivian #savethedate #morganmatson #paperbacks #paperbackbooks #onthebed #onthebedproject #summerreads #bookrecommendation #classof2019 #onthebed #cozyvibes #onmybed #simplepleasures #morningstories #mymagicalmorning #bedroomdecor #bedroomideas #ireadya #yalit #happyplannergirl #instaxmini9

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