What I Read: One Summer by Bill Bryson
Bill Bryson’s books are always reliably entertaining, informative and a pleasure to read. As usual, he showcases his ability to condense long, complicated issues and  events into concise and readable narratives that are fully of little tidbits of historical information that you’ll want to underline read aloud to whoever is nearby ("The Jazz Singer wasn’t actually the first talking picture!” “Hey, did you know Lindbergh was a huge Nazi?!”)

What I Read: One Summer by Bill Bryson

Bill Bryson’s books are always reliably entertaining, informative and a pleasure to read. As usual, he showcases his ability to condense long, complicated issues and  events into concise and readable narratives that are fully of little tidbits of historical information that you’ll want to underline read aloud to whoever is nearby ("The Jazz Singer wasn’t actually the first talking picture!” “Hey, did you know Lindbergh was a huge Nazi?!”)

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    One Summer: America, 1927 by Bill Bryson
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