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National Book Lovers Day with Chameleon Cold-Brew

Curl up with a cold brew in your go-to mug and crack open one of these suggested reads from our Chameleon Cold-Brew team on National Book Lovers Day!

To celebrate National Book Lovers Day, our team members shared their  favorite books from all genres. So curl up with a cold brew coffee in your go-to mug and crack open one of these suggested reads:

The Art of Dancing in the Rain by Garth Stein

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“It’s the perfect summer read–heartfelt, inspirational and a powerful story about the relationship between a dog and his owner.”

— Rachel, Marketing

The Autobiography of Malcolm X by Alex Haley

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“It was the first time I’ve ever heard the struggle for equal human rights for Blacks and other people of color in the US, so eloquently dissected”

— Kevin, Sales

A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman

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“Such a funny, heartwarming book. Laughed (and/or cried) the entire way through. I didn’t want it to end. I LOVED how much he loved his wife. He said such beautiful things about her. This was a great love story….and not only between Ove and his wife but between Ove and so many other people. So good!”

— Laura, Operations

Wait Till You See Me Dance by Deb Olin Unferth

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“This collection of short stories is perfect for those who struggle to fit in time to read. Within 5-10 minutes, you’ve made it through an entire story with sudden and sometimes dark twists. Each one will bring up strong emotions and leave you with a thought-provoking new perspective.”

— Emma, Marketing

Killing of the Flower Moon by David Grann

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“I typically prefer fiction books, but was intrigued when I came across this book because I grew up about an hour away from the Osage Indian reservation. The atrocities that took place were something that I didn’t learn about in history classes in school, so it was shocking. Even though it was a sad read, it was also interesting to learn about the role the Osage murders played in the early days of the FBI.”

— Sarah, Accounting


Have any other reading suggestions you enjoy along with your cold-brew? Let us know! Tweet and tag us on Twitter and Instagram. We’d love to see your “book and brew” pairings!

Author: Samantha Reichstein

Published on 08/09/2017