June wrap-up, favourites and others πŸŒΈπŸŒΏ

Dear reader,

June was, as always, a good month. It meant the end of lockdown for everyone in France, so I got to see my friends again and to spend some time in Paris (while social distancing and still being extra careful). It also meant the end of the school year, so I got the say goodbye to my students and I learned that I’ll now have a permanent job in my school forever, which was the best news ever. Finally it meant the start of summer vacations and though they’re different this year because of COVID-19 and lots of my plans have been cancelled, I am still ready to enjoy this break as best and as safe as I can.

Without further ado, here is my June wrap-up!

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Three books to read this Summer | Part I: To read on the beach πŸ–πŸŒŠ

Dear reader,

I have been recommending you books depending on seasons for a whole year now. For summer 2019 I recommended you fantasy books but also contemporary and classics. I kept doing so through autumn, winter and spring, sometimes going outside of genres and recommending you books based on certain situations or moods, such as books to read on a snow day and all of that.

I’m back with summer recommendations, but this time we’re starting with three books to read on the beach!

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Seasons & Books | My favourite blue and yellow covers πŸ“˜πŸ“’

Dear reader,

Last year I started a new blog post series which is all about matching book covers with seasons, not because of what is on them but because of their colours. I already did it for AutumnWinter and Spring.

Today I am back to it, ready to match book covers with Summer! And because Summer means everything bright and the sea and sun for me, here are some of my favourite blue and yellow covers.

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