Best Thing I Read This Summer…

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MDA Library staff favorite picks of the summer:
(Click on linked titles to find MDA Library catalog information.)

Marion – The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby by Charles Dickens – “Loved it. Dickens always wraps things up and delivers in the end.”

Peggy – Popular: A Memoir by Maya van Wegenen – “Fun.”

Maggie – The Mathematician’s Lament” by Paul Lockhart – a look at how math is taught.

Marge – The Last Algonquin by Theodore L. Kazimiroff

Elena – The Magical Journey: An Apprenticeship in Contentment by Katrina Kenison – “It spoke to me.”

Diane – Watership Down by Richard Adams – part of her 2015 reading challenge.

Jill – The Loveliest Chocolate Shop in Paris by Jenny Colgan – “Delicious. A vicarious trip to Paris.”

Christine – Sword and Sorceress XXIV by Marion Zimmer Bradley –  “Refreshing to read about strong women who survive in a world of peril and enchantment.”

Anne – Float by Daniel Miyares – “Wordless picture book about adventure, possibility, and perseverance.”

What did you read this summer? Please share in the comments.

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  1. Polly

    My favorites were The Boys in the Boat and All the Light We Cannot See. Both were great reads with an interesting window onto the historical events in Europe

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