Reading on summer vacation might not be the ideal situation for anyone still in school, but any bibliophile worth their weight in sand knows that there is no better time to read than while traveling. From the plane, to the beach, and even the lake it helps you relax and maybe even learn something new.

Beth Berg is a Library Associate with Siouxland Libraries. She joined us in the studio today to clue us in on the some must-reads for this summer.

good books for vacation
Great reads for summer vacation

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KELOLAND Living Book Club: ‘Winter Counts’

“How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents”

‘Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man

KELOLAND Living Book Club: ‘An Uncommon Friendship From Opposite Sides of the Holocaust”

KELOLAND Living Book Club: ‘The Giver’

KELOLAND Living Book Club: ‘The Silent Patient’

KELOLAND Living Book Club: ‘Patty Jane’s House of Curl’

KELOLAND Living Book Club: ‘Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close’

KELOLAND Living Book Club: ‘Only Plane in the Sky’

KELOLAND Living Book Club: “News of the World” by Paulette Jiles

KELOLAND Living Book Club: ‘There There’ by Tommy Orange

KELOLAND Living Book Club: ‘The Nightingale’

KELOLAND Living Book Club: “Quiet” by Susan Cain

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