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End Of Summer Reading For Moms

Summer is slowly coming to an end, and many of us didn’t get away like we normally get to. I know many of us are feeling exhausted with summer 2020, and could have really used a proper vacation. Books are an excellent way to escape to other worlds, while also slowing down for some self care. So as our students start the upcoming school year and work transitions to the next phase of 2020, remember to grab that book you’ve been meaning to and check in with yourself. I hope this list can ease the end of summer and bring you all a little mental escape.

Being a new mom is tough! Rewarding and full of joy, but also tough. Follow along Alyssa Derose’s memoir about her crash course into motherhood.
A true story of hidden family secrets. Margot is the child of an affair between a French politician and a well known actress.
A summer horror that will keep you captivates page after page. Follow Noemi as she heads to the Mexican countryside to hide away but only to face different obstacles.
When a bright 15 year old Vanessa begins an affair with Jacob, her forty two year old english teacher things quickly unravel. With allegations coming from other students against Jacob, will Vanessa stay quiet?
The daughter of immigrants raised in Oakland California, and now running to be our first female vice president! Get an inside look to Kamala’s unique upbringing that helped shape the woman we know today.
I’m so excited to get my hands on this one! An insiders look at Harry and Meghan’s departure from their royal duties, told by their closest friends and family.
After loosing her father, her marriage, and multiple miscarriages, Libby is feeling very alone. Until she discovers a letter that changes everything she knows about her family.
This memoir follows the life and career of Michelle Harper. As an African American emergency room physician in the middle of a divorce adjusting to a new city Michelle shares with us her perspective on empathy, tenacity, and self healing.
With more of us staying home, our material necessities are being reprioritized. Learn how to enjoy the things you want, and edit out what you don’t need.
The baking book for every kitchen! This makes for an excellent gift for chefs of all levels!
Since we can’t physically travel to France this year, lets escape via books. Follow Belinda as she rejuvenates a run down camp site in Brittany France.
After Jill’s best friend is murdered, the perfect image of their town is shattered. But what happens when the man convicted of the murder, isn’t guilty?
This book doesn’t only suck you in, but really allows you to feel as though you are there and apart of the book.
If you loved The Royal We, get your British romance fix with this scandalous sequel.
An epic and cinematic novel by debut author Nicola Harrison, Montauk captures the glamour and extravagance of a summer by the sea with the story of a woman torn between the life she chose and the life she desires.

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13 thoughts on “End Of Summer Reading For Moms”

  1. Pam Wattenbarger

    I’d love to add 100 Cookies and The Home Edit Life. Baking is my hobby and I’d love to get everything organized to look like the cover!

  2. I am always on the lookout for a good book. I saw a few books in this list that I would like to check out.

  3. Those are some great picks for Summer Reading! Adding ‘A French Affair’ and ‘Kamala Harris’ to my reading list!

  4. These books sounds great! I think I would love the “Finding Freedom” and “100 cookies”. Can’t wait to read these two.

  5. These books sounds great! I think I would love the “Finding Freedom” and “100 cookies”. Can’t wait to read these two.

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