What's on your summer reading list?
"I don't really have one formulated yet. I work here at the library all summer so I like to see what pops up that interests me."
"I want to read 'Committed,' by Elizabeth Gilbert. I loved her last book, 'Eat, Pray, Love' so I'm curious to see how this one is. Another book that's on my list is 'Strength in What Remains,' by Tracy Kidder."
"I love travel boks and philsophical literature. I'm interested in Bhudda right now so I want to read more about that. I just read 'We Bought a Zoo: The Amazing True Story of a Young Family, a Broken Down Zoo, and the 200 Wild Animals that Change Their Lives Forever,' by Benjamin Mee. It was very dramatic and an incredible story."
"I'm about to read 'What the Dog Saw,' by Malcolm Gladwell. It's by the same author who wrote 'Blink' and 'The Tipping Point,' so it should be an interesting read.
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