The bookworm’s secret to immortality;-) http://ebks.to/XEibi6
Because I could not stop reading for Death/He kindly gave up/Now I’m immortal
There’s a few familiar characters showing up in the forest as well #thelorax #drseuss #childrenslibrary #storytime http://ift.tt/1vNzQiu
The children’s department has been busy redecorating the story time room in the style of Dr. Seuss. Story times start back up next week on Tuesday, Sept. 2nd at 10:30am with Family Story Time. #childrenslibrary #drseuss #storytime http://ift.tt/1vNzPLr
I love the sentiment, but anyone who’s ever been in the Children’s section right after storytime knows better.
Maybe I should do the Boo Radley Challenge where I stay in my house for 25 years and never leave
This is the greatest literary reference I’ve ever read.
IF YOU LIKED… THE FAULT IN OUR STARS
There are so many amazing YA movie adaptations coming out that I’ve been seeing a lot of searches happening for things like “What to read after X book” or “books like X”. Being a book blogger has its perks… If feel really in touch with the book/reading community and I feel like I’ve read a handful of books that I would LOVE to recommend as read-alikes!
If you’re looking for a book to read after THE FAULT IN OUR STARS, I’ve compiled a list of books I think hit similar situations, emotions, plots, and characters.
To see the break-down of each recommended book, check out the full post on The Book Addict’s Guide! http://www.bookaddictsguide.com/2014/08/22/liked-fault-stars/
These are good recommendations!
Sidenote: I can’t wait to read Althea & Oliver.
Additional sidenote: I have a list with even more recommendations in this article for NoveList.
Talk nerdy to me.
I’ll Dewey your Decimal.