We’re a full month into summer vacation now and I feel like we’re really settling into a good routine (I did a whole post yesterday about things that are working for me this summer, but one of the things that I didn’t mention is that I’ve started not opening my phone until 9 a.m. I don’t look at it at all and it’s made my mornings SO much better).
I’ve also been doing a lot of reading and it’s been so fun to dive into great books, both with my girls and on my own.
Here are a few that are on sale this weekend (plus, don’t miss the 99 cent audiobook sale for kids going on right now!):
End of June Book Deals
The Weekday Vegetarians: 100 Recipes and a Real-Life Plan for Eating Less Meat by I mentioned this on Monday in my Library Book reel – I picked this up at my library after I realized it was by the same author as Dinner: A Love Story and I’m delighted to see it on super sale!
Wildwood by I’ve had this book recommended to me about one million times but never picked it up! Seeing this middle grade novel for under $2 reminded that it’s finally time to fix that.
A World Without Email: Reimagining Work in an Age of Communication Overload by I’ve read several of Cal Newport’s books and LOVED them (he has such a great way of looking at the world of work and technology) but I haven’t read this one yet!
A Place to Hang the Moon by Kate Albus – audiobook
It’s 1940 in London, right in the middle of World War II when three children become orphaned. Unsure what to do, they leave their home and head for the countryside in hopes of finding a good temporary or even permanent home. This is one of my favorite books of the year so far!
Framed! by James Ponti – audiobook
This book follows Florian Bates who is the only kid that the FBI Director has on speed dial (and a kid that a whole lot of criminals want taken care of). After a move to DC, Florian and his new friend Margaret uncover a mystery that involves a major crime ring, the FBI and the National Gallery. It’s up to them to solve the mystery AND get their homework done.