5 Top Picks for Summer Reading


What’s on your summer reading list? If you haven’t started a list yet or would like to add a couple more books, here are a few options perfect for Christian school teachers:


Fierce Convictions

Fierce Convictions: The Extraordinary Life of Hannah More—Poet, Reformer, Abolitionist  by Karen Swallow Prior

Need inspiration? Read the story of Hannah More, an influential late 18th–19th century woman in England. She dedicated her life to increasing educational opportunities for women, abolishing the slave trade in her country, and furthering other significant moral reforms.

Education Philosophy / History

Four Centuries of American Education

Four Centuries of American Education  by David Barton

How much do you know about the philosophies and people that built America’s education? In Four Centuries of American Education, you’ll learn how religion and morality helped set educational standards in America’s first 400 years.


Everybodys Breaking Pieces off of Me

Everybody’s Breaking Pieces Off of Me  by Susan Lenzkes

Ever feel like life is pulling you in too many directions? In this women’s devotional, you’ll be encouraged to find comfort in the Lord while managing responsibilities at work, church, and home.

Autobiography / Inspiration

Molder of Dreams

Molder of Dreams  by Guy Doud

This book tells the story of Guy Doud—the recipient of the 1986 Teacher of the Year award. If you want encouragement, you’ll enjoy reading the life experiences of this outstanding high school teacher.

Practical Training

Mentoring and Modeling

Mentoring and Modeling: Developing the Next Generation  by John Goetsch and Mark Rasmussen

In Mentoring and Modeling, you’ll be challenged to use your own example of consistency, leadership, and service to mentor your students.

Pick one (or all) of these books to add to your summer book list. Happy reading!

Comments for 5 Top Picks for Summer Reading

June 24, 2019

Thank you so much for the excellent selection of books you've sent me. It is very well chosen and very appropriate. I'm so grateful!

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