10 of Our Favorite Resources for Summer Reading

This post is the first in a three-part series we’re doing on summer reading. Check back here on the next two Fridays for parts two and three.

During the past few weeks, we’ve shared a bunch of suggestions on books for your summer reading list, and we’ve gotten a great response. As a result, we’ve decided to collect them all in one place so you can have them for your reference. First, the resources we’ve already shared:

And now, some more great resources focused on North Carolina writers and places that you might not know about:

Tell us about your experiences with summer reading. What books have you finished? What books do you want to try to finish before the end of the summer? Are you participating in a formal program with a local library? Tell us about it in the comments! More on summer reading coming up in the next two weeks:

  • The great folks at the N.C. Arts Council and N.C. Historical Publications suggest some titles you might particularly enjoy
  • The best bookshops to explore North Carolina writers from the N.C. Arts Council's literature director

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