09/15/2003 at 01:00 AM EDT
•KRISTIN DAVIS Any Human Heart
by William Boyd: "It's a beautiful book. I had Charlotte [on Sex and the City
] reading it in a scene too."
•MANDY MOORE To Kill a Mockingbird
by Harper Lee: "I haven't read it since eighth grade. After a couple years, my memory started to get fuzzy."
•RACHAEL LEIGH COOK Nickel and Dimed: On (Not) Getting By in America
by Barbara Ehrenreich: "This writer gave up everything she had for a few months, moved to different cities, got minimum-wage jobs and tried to live off of them. It reminds you how thankful you should be."
JIMMY KIMMEL Positively Fifth Street
by James McManus: "It's about the World Series of poker. Great book."
•WILLIAM H. MACY The Da Vinci Code
by Dan Brown: "It's a rollicking mystery I can't solve. It has me thinking 'What if?' all the time."
•DANA DELANY Mystic River
by Dennis Lehane: "I was so enthralled I bought every other Lehane book."
•KELLY ROWLAND Knight in Shining Armor
by RB. Wilson: "It's about being patient for the right man. It has a lot of good things to say about dating."
•HILARY DUFF Bridget Jones's Diary
by Helen Fielding: "I loved the movie. Summer reading is fun because I don't have to do it for school."