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Summertime, And The Reading Is Easy!

Looking for a fun read?  If your child is in high school, consider looking at one of the reading lists intended for college bound students.  Fun summer reading can help prepare children for college and improve vocabulary.


Here are some popular reading lists for the college bound suggesting great literature:



Please note: This post was originally published in June 2010 and has been revamped and updated for accuracy and comprehensiveness.

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Guest - J W on Wednesday, 30 June 2010 04:37

I like the summaries on the Arrowhead list! It's also good to know that a lot of them are books I've read and liked or books that sound intriguing! Unfortunately, I remember some of them less than kindly and wonder why people torture students with them :-(

In all serousness - a word of caution. Of all the authors I've ever read, Samuel Beckett is the one who most viciously attacks Christianity. Sometimes he uses rather disgusting imagery to do so.

I like the summaries on the Arrowhead list! It's also good to know that a lot of them are books I've read and liked or books that sound intriguing! Unfortunately, I remember some of them less than kindly and wonder why people torture students with them :-( In all serousness - a word of caution. Of all the authors I've ever read, Samuel Beckett is the one who most viciously attacks Christianity. Sometimes he uses rather disgusting imagery to do so.
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