Every year, students embark on summer vacation with reading lists. Usually consisting of classics and a few token young adult titles, the lists are designed to stave off summer reading loss, a backsliding of literacy skills that affects many students during the summer months.
Of course, these lists are only effective if you actually read the titles--we did, of course, but the Grammarly offices are full of word nerds and English literature geeks. (And let's face it, The Scarlet Letter isn't exactly beach reading material.)
Also read: Chuck Barris: Where No Man Has Gonged Before