High School Summer Reading List 2015

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If you believe that summer is not only for laziness, but for some useful activity as well, you should check out the following post. What can be more useful for your future study year than reading? We’ve prepared a high school summer reading list of books you can read by the pool, on the beach, or in the quiet space in your home. So, you can combine your rest with helpful activity. Besides studies show that access to books during the summer prevents a drastic loss in reading skill – especially for students in need. What is on your list this summer?

The Storied Life OF A. J. Fikry by Gabrielle Zevin

What is it about: The story is about a lonely bookstore owner who is experienced the worst sales. His rare Poe’s poems collection has been stolen, but he finds a mysterious package at the book store…

Where to read: At the book cafe.

‘Go Set a Watchman’ by Harper Lee

What is it about: Lean Louis Finch comes back home from New York City to visit her father. Set against the backdrop of the political turmoil that were transforming the South, her homecoming turns unexpectable…

Where to read: In the comfortable chair.


Changers Book One: Drew by T. Cooper & Allison Glock-Cooper

What is it about: A story about Ethan Miller, a high school freshman in a brand-new town, who can’t wait to try out for the soccer team and who awakens as a girl one day…

Where to read: In the park.


Better Nate Than Ever by Tim Federle

What is it about: Nate Foster is a big dreamer. He wants to be a Boradway star. But how does Nate want to be a star when he is stuck in the litle town in Pennsylvania?

Where to read: On the road.


The Last Dragonslayer by Jasper Fforde

What is it about: Jeniffer Starnge runs Kazam, an employment agency for magicians. However it is difficult to stay in business when magic is drying up…

Where to read: On the road.



Endangered by Eliot Schrefer

What is it about: A story about a girl who must safe a group of bonobos and herself from violent coup…

Where to read: On the beach.


Nothing Can Possibly Go Wrong (Graphic Novel) by Prudence Shen & Faith Erin Hicks

What is it about: The story about two friends – Nate and Charlie. One is a captain of basketball team and the other is a president of the robotic class. What comes out of such friendship?

Where to read: At home.


If you have ideas how to make our summer reading list bigger, please share them in comments below. We will consider your suggestions and add books offered by you in the next post.

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