Want to create your own reading list this summer and don't know where to start? Why not try a few of these tips below to search for some summer reads:
Start with your reading backlog
Do you have a pile of books you have been meaning to read, but have had the chance yet? Try going through all the books and remove any that you realistically are not going to read. Any that are left will be a great starting point for your list!
Social Book Sites
Have you ever tried looking at a social book site for recommendations? Sites like Spine Breakers, Goodreads and Library Thing are fantastic places with lots of book reviews from people who love to read!
Ask your friends!
Since you already have so much in common with your friends, why not ask them what they are reading? They may have a few books they would love to recommend to you!
If you find out that your friends have been reading some interesting books, why not offer to swap some with them.
Book Recommendation Search Engines
There are many search engines like these available. Here are a few to try:
What Should I Read Next?
Use Your Library
Of course, it goes without saying that the Library is available for you to come in and browse the shelves. Have a look at the new books that have arrived and ask the Library staff for recommendations!
Main School Library
Sixth Form Library
Mon & Fri 8:00-5:00
Tue, Wed & Thu 8:00-4.00
See Library Closure Dates