When school was ending, I set a goal for myself to read 40 books this summer. That is obviously a huge stretch goal. Twenty is probably a more realistic figure.
So far this summer I have read:
- Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck
- Sunday Will Never Be the Same: A Rock & Roll Journalist Opens Her Ears to God by Dawn Eden Goldstein
- Destroyer Skipper: A Memoir of Command at Sea by Don Sheppard
- Drawn to Teach: An Illustrated Guide to Transforming Your Teaching by Josh Stumpenhorst
- Coaching for Character: Reclaiming the Principles of Sportsmanship by Craig Clifford
- Darius The Great is Not Okay by Adib Khorram (2019-20 K-State University common read)
- Mother Teresa: A Simple Path
There might be some other books I have forgotten about already, but these are the one’s I remember reading this summer thus far.
Edit: I just finished another one this weekend. American Guerilla in the Philippines