blank stares and boredom. One of the easiest solutions to this is to slip into
the pages of a good book. But when packing your bags for your big summer trip,
you can’t fit your whole bookshelf in your carry on, so what are the best books
to read while traveling?
quickly, Especially when traveling long distances. A simple solution to your
bookworm needs is to find a book that can easily slip into your purse for easy
access. Also, the space saving it provides will give you a little more room for
other essentials, or a new book. I suggest books such as Perks of Being a
Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky.
the speed of a tortoise. Make time fly by reading a fun book that you can’t put
down. And time flies while you’re having fun, so make it an upbeat book that
makes you happy (aka no Game of Thrones). I enjoy Rainbow Rowell when making
time fly, Eleanor and Park in particular.
in my travels, such as airports, I like to forget about it in a good book. If a
book captures your attention with it’s fascinating story, you’ll almost forget
that you’re stuck in an airport waiting area for your flight. Books I’ve read
while getting lost while traveling have been The Huger Games series and
anything by John Green.
longer with every trip to Barnes and Noble, and life always seems to get in the
way when you try to pick up a new bestseller. But traveling is that pause from
reality where you can sit down and read the latest book from your favorite
author or that new book that your friend suggested. If you’ve been meaning to
read it, take it on your travels.
ability to put down the book for awhile and not lose all of the information you
just read. Thus, re-reading a book can be a nice way to travel, because it can
give you an activity to do without needing an extensive amount of attention. I
recently re-read The Great Gatsby while traveling, which was nice because I
kept falling asleep and I didn’t forget the whole plot by shutting my eyes for