Between the long days of summer, hot weather, and lazy holidays, summer is the perfect time to tick some books off your reading list. The ladies of The View have some ideas to get you started. Throughout this week, hosts Whoopi Goldberg, Sarah Haines, Joy Behar and Sunny Hostin have been sharing their summer reading pics in a daily segment called “Ladies Get Lit.”
Lists from controversial cultural performances to iconic memoirs
If you’re a fan of The View, you already know that these women don’t shy away from sensitive topics. Therefore, it should come as no surprise that when it comes to books, they have strong feelings about what you should read. His lists range from controversial cultural performances to iconic memoirs, and even some illustrated children’s books. Whether you are an avid reader or just out on vacation. Be on the lookout for an instant hit, The View’s women’s book list is full of inspiration. Check out his favorite titles, all available on Amazon Prime, below.
Leave the Gun, Take the Cannoli by Mark Seal
Fans of The Godfather will be thrilled with this epic tale detailing the making of the Academy Award-winning film. By conducting in-depth interviews with the cast and crew, Seal provides a detailed perspective on the story that revolutionized the film industry. Behar says it’s “fascinating for anyone interested in Hollywood.
Maybe You Should Talk to Someone by Lori Gottlieb
We’ve all heard this line before. More than 30 million Americans have attended therapy at some point. Behr’s second choice is a memoir by a highly respected psychiatrist. One who uses his own experiences to understand why we do self-destructive things to ourselves. Behar couldn’t put it down, and neither can you. The children’s book tells the story of a little red chick. The one who stops his papa chicken midway every time after reading the bedtime story. Charming and heartwarming to win.
Haines’ Son Can’t Get Enough Interrupting Chicken
Perfect for poolside reading or a long flight, this heartwarming novel tells the story of a young woman. One who navigates romantic relationships and discovers the value of love. Haines is not getting enough twists and turns, which shows. That everyone read it as soon as possible because the sequel is coming soon. Haines’ son can’t get enough of the interrupting chicken.