What To Read This Summer
Need a good book to read this summer? These Summer Reads selections will challenge you to read a variety of genres to expand your reading repertoire.
All titles are available as either eBooks and/or eAudiobooks through our Overdrive and Hoopla Services.
Each week, we will publish a book talk about one of our Adult Summer Reads titles on our Facebook Page.
Adult Summer Reads
Neil Gaiman fan? Love libraries? Watch Lesley from Wenatchee Public Library offer a fun book recommendation of this fantasy thriller!
Royals, political intrigue, romance, oh my! Need a fast paced romance? Click here to watch Tommie from
our Moses Lake Library share about Red White and Royal Blue by Case McQuiston.
Are you a fan of the royals? Do you love historical fiction? Our Book Clubs Coordinator, Anne, has the book for you! Click here to watch our Book Clubs Coordinator, Anne, talk about The Gown: A Novel of the Royal Wedding by Jennifer Robison.
Extraordinary women and adventures in the American Southwest? What more could a reader want? Click here to watch our Waterville Librarian, Amy, talk about Ladies of the Canyon by Lesley Poling-Kempes. Intrigued!?here to watch our Book Club Coordinator, Anne, talk aboutMaidby Stephanie Land.
Young Adult Summer Reads
Moving to a new city isn’t quite what Juliet expected. Will she find a place that feels like home, a community where she feels like she belongs, and find herself along the way? Watch Daniel’s book talk to find out more about this hilarious and heartfelt summer read.
Juliet Takes a Breath by Gabby Rivera is available as an eBook through our Overdrive service.
Rebellion, fighting against an unjust system, and secret love. Click here to watch Daniel, Area Manager in Okanogan county, talk about your next dystopian fantasy read. Are you a fan of The Giver, The Hunger Games, or the Divergent series? Then We Set the Dark on Fire by Tehlor Kay Mejia may be the book for you.
Middle Grade Summer Reads
This week Lisa, Librarian at the Cashmere Public Library, shares about a fictional immigration story based on true events. Can a 12 year old survive the trek through Mexico to the US border?
Watch and learn more!
Mallory, a Children’s Librarian at the Wenatchee Public Library, talks about a book full of creepy thrills and chills for Middle Grade readers. Intrigued!? Watch the video here and learn more!