Not on the summer reading list, but one I read long ago.
I have to say that I giggled throughout this book. Something about the way the author sets up her sentences makes for some incredibly funny reading.
I have to say, though, that I didn't like the second book nearly as much. The neuroses of Bridget are way less amusing in #2, and are more irritating.
But the exploits of her parents particularly are incredibly charming and funny in #1.