The Library and Summer Reads

A. Liz Adventures
Growing up, one of the best parts of the summer was the summer reading program that our library did. My mom raised us to be good little library patrons, and we were allowed to check out as many books as our age. Seven years old meant seven books to take home. 

Last night, I was a little sad about the lack of reading I've done lately. Don't get me wrong, I know that I've had a leeeeeeetle bit of a full plate recently between wrangling a toddler, birthing a baby, selling a home and buying a home. But I've missed books.

I've stayed midway through Secret Girl: A Memoir for quite a while now, but I'm enjoying it. I love reading memoirs (another favorite of mine is The Glass Castle).

And last night, I reserved two books on hold from the library: Luckiest Girl Alive (here on Amazon) and The Good Girl (here on Amazon). 

I'd love to hear what has made your summer reading list!

Oh, and fun fact? I have my 14-digit library card number memorized :) 


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