Summer is here, and with a little more time spent on vacation, outdoors or maybe just at home, comes more time to read!
If you’re struggling to find books you can’t put down or need new reading material in general, we’ve got you covered. Below are five must-reads for the summer – from fiction to home improvement, you’ll be sure to find something you love.
Inspired by Nature by Hans Blomquist
For the interior designer within you, Inspired by Nature teaches readers how to create beautiful living spaces with natural materials, creating an aesthetic for your home that feels elevated and organic. Featuring beautiful images with a welcoming style, art director, photographer, stylist and author Hans Blomquist will teach you how to create innovative spaces throughout your home.
Trust by Hernan Diaz
Detailing the rise of a New York financier, this novel takes place in the 20th century and is told in four parts, each featuring the perspective of a new character, allowing the reader to enjoy new perspectives whilst exploring the darker side of the American dream, great men of history and the secrets of American fortune. For readers who need to switch things up, this is a book you won’t be able to put down.
An Immense World by Ed Yong
Calling all nature lovers! In this novel, Pulitzer Prize winner Ed Yong considers how animals experience the world from their perspective. Tasked with creating a clear picture of how each animal perceives their own reality and lives their life, Yong proves to us that individually, we only know so much about our own reality.
Atomic Habits by James Clear
Looking to break old habits and build new ones? In this book, James Clear gives readers the tools they need to rid themselves of bad habits and establish more effective ones in their place. Filled with examples and detailed guides, anyone can learn to break a bad habit (big or small!) after reading this book.
The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz
A spiritual take on building character, good habits and work ethic, Miguel Ruiz covers four principles derived from Toltec wisdom: be impeccable with your word, don’t take things personally, don’t make assumptions and try your best. By following these principles, Ruiz claims that we can achieve happiness and bring about more positive experiences in our lives.
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