My June 2024 Book Selection At Hertford Library


Enjoy the most of the sunshine with a fantastic book this June, as I have chosen ten great reads for the beach, garden or that hiding space when all you want to do is kick back and relax. On display right now in Hertford Library, I hope that you enjoy these pieces, whilst lounging with an ice cream in that warm summer sun!

Good Morning Lovelies, 

The sun is finally here and I am so happy that I can now go away and enjoy a good book. For me, there is nothing better than a holiday read, especially when I am missing the snuggly feeling of a classic at Christmas. 

Out now in Hertford Library, here are my top ten books to read this month, as well as my big book of the month choice to. Enjoy…

The Holiday Escape by Heidi Swain: Swain is a leading figure when it comes to creating the best summer reads. Grab this one before you head away to sunnier climates. You will appreciate the sun, sand and wonders of the world even more after reading it.

Unstressable by Mo Gawdet: One of the most inspiring men on the planet has written a book that will change your life. After being a leading figure at Google, the death of Gawdet’s son led him to reevaluating his life. Now, after leaving his job, he speaks and writes passionately about how you can live a stress free life easily by judging situations differently. 

The Idea of You by Robinne Lee: If you have watched the Prime Video feature film, then you need to read the book it is based. Full of extra details, it is a great read for the beach or even your book club. 

Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty: Set around the lives of a group of women who are all affected by one person, the book captures what happened in the lead up to a life changing event. Whether you have seen the TV version or not, you will be gripped from start to finish. 

The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris: The most emotional book on the list, this novel will have you crying one minute before leaving you hopeful or angry next. Capturing the true story of one man’s tragic life as a prisoner of war, it will stay with you long after reading. Plus, there is a sequel to it to keep you enchanted for longer!

Found In A Bookshop by Stephanie Butland: Summer is the perfect time to support your local bookshops and this Nobel will inspire you to visit yours even more. Filled with romantic moments, it will make your heart soar high. 

The Woman Who Ran Away From Everything by Fiona Gibson: I love a comedic book and this one hits the spot. If you enjoy a book where you don’t know what the main character is going to do next then this one is for you. Honestly, you will be amazed at what the leading lady does, however, it will leave you very happy. 

Beach Read by Emily Henry: Love, reading, writing and sunshine are the main themes of this book and they are all perfect in every single way as a reader. Imagine lying back on a beach or sun lounger with this one. In fact, don’t imagine, do it! 

The Wedding Dress Repair Shop by Trisha Ashley: Wedding season is upon us, however, this book focuses on the love life of the wedding dress creator behind the customers looks. Fall in love with a new leading lady this summer.

Once Upon A Broken Heart by Stephanie Garber: Upon learning that the love of her life is due to marry another, this book captures the character Evangeline Fox bargaining for a new life. Great for teens and adults, it is one that the whole family can be gripped by. 

Book of the Month: Butter by Asako Yuzuki - Based on a true story, this book will keep you guessing from start to finish. Mixing food with journalism, you will not be able to guess who is telling the real facts until the end, as a world renown chef sits waiting to find out her fate after being accused of a number of murders. Will a journalist covering the case find out the real truth? You will have to read it to find out! 

What will you all be reading in June lovelies? Head to Hertford Library to grab one of these wonders or let us know what you have selected! I would love to know! 

Joey X

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