Spring Break Treats {Books for Teens}

In preparing for our Anniversary trip, I wanted to leave some small bits of anticipation for the Teens. So, every two days I marked small tokens of love to be opened; some encourage group participation, while others foster time alone// something for each of my divergently different Teens. 

I went to Goodwill and found some $.69 treasures. 

Spring Break treats// Books. SugarBeans.org

We are a reading family. I knew that with the time off from school, most would want to read a book that's not required reading for a syllabus. I wrapped the books up in the comics {more reading} + vintage fabric or yarn. 

Spring Break books for teens. SugarBeans.org

I stamped the kids names on popsicle sticks with washi tape and included a See's Candy sucker; because See's candy makes reading a novel that much sweeter!

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For a few dollars, I was able to encourage hours of reading + quiet time for my Teens. Some of these books are anticipated reads, so I'm pretty confident they will be finished in a hurry. Hopefully, they will share their reads with the siblings for double the reading pleasure.