Kojo Show producer Tayla Burney (left) and WAMU web producer Chris Chester (right) pose with "A God In Ruins," one of Burney's summer reading picks and a feature of this year's Morning Edition Book Club.

Kojo Show producer Tayla Burney (left) and WAMU web producer Chris Chester (right) pose with "A God In Ruins," one of Burney's summer reading picks and a feature of this year's Morning Edition Book Club.

The summer is already sweltering, and we’ve got book suggestions for anyone looking for good reads fit for lazy days. A slew of debut novels are creating buzz, and if hardcovers are too much of a lift for your beach bag, there are great titles just out in paperback, too. Prefer non-fiction? We have you covered with memoirs and biographies. Join us for our annual Summer Reading show.

Guests

  • Barbara Hoffert Editor, Prepub Alert, Library Journal
  • Carlos Lozada Non-fiction book critic, Washington Post; writer, Book Party blog
  • Tayla Burney Producer and books editor, The Kojo Nnamdi Show

2015 Summer Reading Lists

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