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Listeners Weigh In on What to Read This Summer

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It’s time to finalize summer plans and for many of us that means deciding what books to read as much as it means deciding where to go. So tell us: What is the best book you’ve read so far this year? What should fellow listeners pack in their carry-on? We’ll also hear from Bay Area booksellers about what’s popular at their stores and what new releases they’re excited about.

Listener Suggestions (Mentioned on Air):

Dan Stone’s Suggestions

Cheryl McKeon’s Suggestions

Leigh Odum’s Suggestions


Dan Stone, co-owner, North Light<br />

Cheryl Mckeon, manager, Book Passage Books<br />

Leigh Odum, owner, Leigh's Favorite Books<br />


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