10 Cool Summer Reads That Will Keep You Up All Night Reading

I don’t know what your summers are like where you live, but I live in South Texas. It is hot, y’all. Like triple digits until October hot. Turn your ceiling fan on high, fill up a glass with your favorite cold beverage, and try one of these books to transport you somewhere colder when the weather gets too hot to handle.

1. Troubling a Star by Madeleine L’Engle

After months of letters from her “friend,” Vicky Austin is gifted a trip to visit him in Antarctica. Prior to her trip, threatening letters and ominous news follow Vicky everywhere. Vicky must fend for herself when she encounters scientists with less than pure intentions. Read More.
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2. Two Old Women: An Alaskan Legend of Betrayal by Velma Wallis

A survival story based on Alaskan legend, two elderly women of the Athabascan tribe are abandoned to the elements. Using forgotten skills and leaning on each other, the women learn to survive. Read More.
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3. Shackleton: Antarctic Odyssey by Nick Bertozzi

This middle grade graphic novel follows the ambitious journey of Antarctic explorer Ernest Shackleton and his crew. The conditions on the pole are unlike anything any of the men have experienced and few survive the trek. Shackleton’s story is a look at both the past and the future of our planet. Read More.
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