CBD Summer 2020 Reading List
By Jaci Schreckengost
This summer, we’re hopeful you’ll be able to add reading to your summer routine of CBD.
Maybe you prefer to read in the morning, right after using RISE, in the evening, after using SET, or somewhere in between with one of our other products. No matter what, we think there’s something on this reading list for everyone.
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Here are five fiction books we’re hooked on this summer.
Such a Fun Age by Kiley Reid
This is Reid’ debut novel — and it is an absolutely incredible story of race, loyalty, and honesty through the lens of a young Black woman. It was published December 31, 2019.
All Adults Here by Emma Straub
Straub’s novel, published May 5, 2020, confronts the issues from our childhood that stick with us as adults. In this story of family, we’re left to ask what happens when someone tries to interrupt the cycle of bad habits within a family.
The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett
Published June 2, 2020, Bennett’s coming-of-age novel offers a conversation on race, family, and home through twists and turns you won’t see coming.
You Exist Too Much by Zaina Arafat
In this novel, published June 9, 2020, readers follow the journey of a young Palestenian-American woman as she navigates her identity.
Beach Read by Emily Henry
Two writers, both stuck in ruts, accept a challenge to swap genres for the summer. This novel, released May 19, 2020, asks readers to confront their ideas on happily ever after.
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Here are five nonfiction books we can’t put down.
Big Friendship: How We Keep Each Other Close by Aminatou Sow and Ann Friedman
This book, released July 14, 2020, explores the relationships that women keep with one another. Through honesty and humor, this book dives deeper into our relationships with our best friends.
Disassembly Required by Beverly Willett
Published July 30, 2019, this book takes us on a journey through Willett’s divorce and into the days ahead, as she fights to hold onto the things she loves. Readers are left asking why they’re holding onto some things so hard.
Educated by Tara Westover
This book, published February 20, 2018, is perfect for readers who don’t want to be out of the classroom this summer. Westover’s memoir brings us with her as she examines what she wants to keep — and what she wants to leave behind.
Rockaway: Surfing Headlong into a New Life by Diane Cardwell
In this story of routine and reinvention, readers see a woman embark on new adventures in her life. This book, released July 7, 2020, will leave readers asking themselves about the path they’re on in life.
Untamed by Glennon Doyle
This book follows Doyle through her struggles, and “should”s, and “supposed to”s. It was published March 10, 2020. This book is great for summer personal development.
With a routine that includes CBD and reading, we’re sure you’ll have a great summer!