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What are you reading this summer?

Calling all Regent readers!

Fenced pathway leading down to the Atlantic Ocean, Carolina Beach, North Carolina, USAAlthough the University is over a month into the term, astronomically speaking, summer officially arrives this Sunday. So if you haven’t started on the reading list you made last winter, time to get going!

For the third straight summer, the Library wants to know what the Regent community is reading or recommending. Simply send the book titles that you will be reading or would like to recommend to harohen@regent.edu. Please include your position or status at Regent and a few sentences on why you are recommending the book.

All suggestions will be added to the Library website as we receive them. For a guide to what we have in mind, see our 2013 and 2014 Summer Reading Recommendations.

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What are your friends reading this summer?

Read why Library Dean Sara Baron recommends reading To Kill a Mockingbird and coming to our discussion on June 26.

Read why Library Dean Sara Baron recommends reading To Kill a Mockingbird and coming to our discussion on June 26.

The Library has just published our second annual list of recommended summer reading by members of the Regent community. The list is divided between fiction and non-fiction, and each book includes a brief explanation on why the recommender thinks you should consider reading it this summer. Click here to view the list.

Read any good books lately? Please share 1-2 tiles that you would like your friends and colleagues to know about. We will continue to accept suggestions for summer reading through the end of August. Click here to learn how to submit your recommendations.