August 29, 2005 Historical fiction blends adventure, narrative and some seriousness for NPR correspondent Jennifer Ludden, who shares a few summer reading memories this week.
August 24, 2005 David Dye, host of the contemporary music program World Cafe from member station WXPN in Philadelphia, shares his picks for summer reading, including a lifelong love of mysteries.
August 9, 2005 Correspondent Nina Totenberg found inspiration in Nancy Drew's adventures as a child. She still has a taste for a mystery, but spends most of her time with page-turning history.
August 4, 2005 Congressional reporter Andrea Seabrook has a secret taste for science fiction when it comes to summer reading... such as the Red Mars, Green Mars and Blue Mars books by Kim Stanley Robinson.
August 2, 2005 Senior national correspondent Linda Wertheimer shares her memories of summer reading when she was a child and the thrillers she has in store for this summer.
July 28, 2005 Farai Chideya, a correspondent and substitute host for News & Notes with Ed Gordon, outlines her requirements for a perfect summer read.
July 26, 2005 A beach book several years ago became a bond between All Things Considered host Michele Norris and a group of strangers. They're now old friends. Norris shares this and other memories of summer reading in this week's edition of "My Summer Books."
July 26, 2005 All Things Considered host Melissa Block shares which books she has picked out this summer, including one birthday present that she can't wait to give to — and read with — her daughter.
July 20, 2005 NPR business correspondent Scott Horsley reflects on reading about sled dogs with his mom in Alaska and a malodorous dog with school kids in San Diego.
July 14, 2005 NPR's movie and theater critic Bob Mondello talks about his favorite summer book, reading around the hundreds of movies he sees every year, and making his way through Harry Potter in Spanish.