This summer I will be in a far distant land cut off from the world.*
Of course, your first response to that statement was "But how will you get books, Esme?"
I will tell you.
For one thing, they have a library. But I don't know what books they have there, other than a Mrs. Pollifax on which a bird once pooped while I was reading it. I will enjoy exploring this library, but I will also bring books. Preferably, books I already own or can borrow from Katie.
Summer Reading List!
100 Years of Solitude by GGM
P.G. Wodehouse (I have a collection of three of his novels)
Finding Beauty in a Broken World by Terry Tempest Williams
American Indian myths and legends
For the Time Being by Annie Dillard
If I don't finish my spring reading list (and chances are I won't, seeing how busy I am with school) it will carry over into the summer.
Spring Reading List
Will Grayson, Will Grayson by John Green and David Levithan
Elizabeth Gaskell (I crave Gaskell in the spring)
Line of Beauty
Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen
A biography of Emily Dickinson
A biography of Jane Austen
*Holden Village, WA