Summer Reading Meta-List

By M.A.W.P. student Trudie Gauerke

Originally published on Read or Rot.

Browsing to create a summer reading list can be as fun as reading itself–perhaps that’s why the media is so eager to help. It’s barely June and already over twenty-five notable lists are out for children and adults (in addition to all those issued by local libraries and schools). The LA Times list is by far the winner based not on content, but on the visually stunning and seamless browsing experience achieved by its format. In a culture where the media produces dozens of book lists vying for attention, presentation matters.

Enjoy browsing the readings lists using the direct links below. Feel free to make suggestions of your own in the comments.






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