National Read in the Bathtub Day

Wow, what a day! Right here in the middle of the week too. I could use a good soak in the tub and a good book just to relax and unwind a bit. How perfect too because it just so happens to be National Read in the Bathtub Day.

It may sound a little weird, but what better place to get caught up in the pages of your favorite book? It’s quiet and calm, just don’t take your e-reading device in there – paper books only!

If you’re struggling on just what book to pick, consider some of these recommendations from

The Bath
by Terri Dougherty

Teach your kids the importance of staying clean with this fun children’s book about Tanya and her dog Rudy, who spend all day in the yard playing and planting flowers. Covered in dirt, they make a game of who can find the bath supplies first.

by Kirsten Elliott

Kirsten Elliott not only narrates the city of Bath’s story through the centuries but also brings it up to date, celebrating the modern city as a vibrant place attracting visitors from all over the world. The story is illustrated by Neill Menneer’s photographs.asd

Great Bath Ideas
by Betsy Speert

Gain some creative ideas for your bathroom, with this book that offers a complete guide to designing the bathroom of your dreams.

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