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This article appeared in the July 2, 2018, issue of the student newsletter.
Summer is here, and so is the Texas heat! For the days it's simply too hot to leave the house, consider curling up with one of these top picks in subject areas like historical fiction, sci-fi, biographies and more.
"I usually have two books going at once, and never of the same type," said Chesney. Here are his summer reading recommendations:
From Prada to Da Vinci, Dr. Slejko makes the following summer reading recommendations:
Dr. Eggleston made two recommendations for summer reading list additions:
Described as "an avid reader," Conway makes the following recommendations to add to your summer reading list:
While Drs. Chesney, Slejko, Eggleston and Conway made several fiction recommendations, Dr. Seabrooks took more of a turn for nonfiction with a book on leadership:
Dr. Garza recommends the following books, known as two of his favorite titles (while showing that he may already be
thinking about Conference Day in the process!):