Great selection of summer reading for our girls...and you too!



A Mighty Girl's popular girl-empowering summer reading list is here!

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One of the great joys of summer for kids is the opportunity to explore books all on their own without the pressure of book reports or classroom assignments. And with so many people of all ages staying home right now, A Mighty Girl has expanded their special feature to include summer reading recommendations for adults too.

Whether the women or girls in your life loves fantasy, humor, historical fiction, or mysteries, the empowering titles-which include a mix of both long-time Mighty Girl favorites and recent releases-featured in our new special feature will keep her reading all summer long!



To view our special feature on A Mighty Girl's 2020 Summer Reading List, visit
https://www.amightygirl.com/summer-reading

Of course, the books featured in this special feature are just a small sample of the over 4,000 girl-empowering books for children and teens featured on A Mighty Girl. To start exploring their full book selection
- which is sortable by theme and reader age using the filters on the left menu - visit https://www.amightygirl.com/books

As always, if you purchase books that you discover on A Mighty Girl via the "Buy from Amazon" and other links found within this collection and on every product page, we receive a small commission at no added cost to you, which allows them to maintain their website and continue to provide girl-empowering resources like this page for you as your own Mighty Girl grows. They appreciate your support!



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