One of my favorite things in school was the recommended reading lists my English teachers would hand out the last day of class. The lists usually contained a few books that would be required reading next year (but I had usually read those already) and some more advanced books to keep our brains active during the three months of freedom (I usually had only read half of those, so there were a few books of interest every year). This visual guide to summer reading, from Teach.com, is perfect for anyone looking for great reading over the summer and the best part is I’ve only read 25 of the 101 books featured so it looks like I will have a lot of reading to do!

Summer Reading Flowchart

Via Teach.com and USC Rossier Online

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