The best way to start a day!
I'm almost halfway through, and it's much better than what I thought it would be. "Yawp!"
Sorry I haven't posted in 3 billion years...
Anyway, after I read Simon vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda, I had to pick this up, and it's so worth it! Although definitely a light read, it had some good emotion to it.
I completely recommend it!
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Hi Littens! It's been awhile. I promise to review the books I read while I was away, but for now I'm going to catch up on my #libraryhaul 😊.
I read Another Day a couple months ago. I enjoyed it, and was exited for this. Turns out, I love Every Day much more than Another. The style of writing was amazing, and the way A sees the world is very very impressive. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️/5
I loved Dorothy Must Die, so I'm really excited for this! #TBR #EReader #Nook
On a different note, I'm going out of country for three weeks! The phone service and wifi looks to be sketchy, so I don't know how much I can check @Litsy 🙁. Luckily, I have a lot of books, so I'll be able to make it through😊. Just in case... What do I do if I run out of books? 😳📚
Today, I'm putting aside what I'm #CurrentlyReading to read this comfort book. I will not listen to the radio, or watch the news. I also won't do #24in48 😞, because I'm going to a march tomorrow. After I reread Speak for the millionth time, I'll do a Calvin and Hobbes marathon, while drinking hot cocoa. Read one of your favorite books today!
My first book of the #LitsyAtoZ challenge! I would rate this ⭐⭐⭐⭐/5, cause I felt like the book should be called "Tiny Cooper; Will Grayson." (I can't explain why without spoiling it for you). Other than that, I really liked it, especially the contrast between Green and Leviathan's writing. I can't wait for more Green #ya !
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This book is not what I expected! I thought that it would be about how to get out of an abusive relationship, but it's actually about ignoring how people look on the outside, and just looking on the inside. Now I need to read Every Day! ⭐⭐⭐⭐ out of five, just because of the ending 😊
#HappyHolidaysLitsy! Whatever you celebrate, have fun celebrating it. No matter what, enjoy your reading 🙂📚! Personally, I haven't gotten any books yet😭, but there are six more nights so there are plenty of opportunities😋. My favorite holiday book is the one tagged above, which I recently rediscovered. What's your's? #MerryChristmas #HappyChannukah #HappyNewYear
Gerald is an almost 17 year old who, at the age of 5 was a reality TV show star. Now, he is dealing with the effects of that. Some of those are: anger issues, zero friends and being in the SPED room at school.
I picked this up at the library, not expecting much. I now want to read all of A.S. King's work. I know I'm super late, but it's the perfect example of a #DisfunctionalFamily
No book has made me cry like this for a long time. It manly was happy crying, though. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ x a million stars. I like this almost as much as Speak 😮. An extremely important look at anti-Islam views and dealing with loss.
If you haven't read this yet, add it to the top of your #TBR . No words can express how amazing Alia and Jesse's journey is.
I'm a #NaNoWinner2016!!
The #libraryhaul I just did had NONE of the books I originally wanted. All of those #tbr books were checked out, so I placed a hold for each one. Then, I got some other ones, cause what else should I have done? :)
The Beginning of Everything is my second Robyn Scheinder and I'm super excited. I loved Extraordinary Means.
A few months ago, I tried the audio book and bailed. On my old review, @intothehallofbooks said that there were awesome illustrations and I should get the paper copy if I got the chance. So I did, and now I absolutely love this book! #NeverJudgeABookByItsAudioBook
This is the second greatest #NonBookThing ever! (1st being Litsy, of course). Inside it's a structured journal with points for quotes, plot twists, and everything else imaginable. It's basically a personal Litsy on paper😍. I guess I'll have to get a book and fill it out, or what's the point? 😉
Speak is my pick for #BannedBooksWeek . I personally could never ban this, but I can kind of see why some would. (If you have never read this, you MUST! I command you!!! 😉) Somebody wanted to read it to 🐶.
Laurie Halse Anderson's books are serious and beyond realistic. Same with Prom, except without the serious life-changing part. This book is for all the "Normal kids who told me nobody ever writes about them". I really recommend it because of the incredibly realistic-ness of it! Who knows how long ago Anderson was a teen, and yet it feels like she still is one! (Psst it's almost as good as Speak, that means a ton from me?) #FunPhotoFriday
Yay! I switched my account to a mini iPad, so now I can see all your gorgeous photos that you littens post 😊. Unfortunately, I'll probably not be able to check Litsy as much cuz it's @Bookwonk s iPad 😔. Right now I'm in NYC, and hope to check out some bookstores Sunday. What do you recommend?
I think the reason that a lot of people dislike the Cursed Child is that they think it's the 8th book. It's not. Instead it's a play- a very good play. I loved being with the characters again, and found the family issues to be realistic. I hope the play comes to my area!
Sick day. At least I get to read "absurd hypothetical questions w/ serious scientific answers" aka What If? by Randall Munroe. An amazing re-read!
Tyler is a senior in high-school, who is at the bottom of the heap of popularity. He made a very bad choice at the end of junior year, and payes the consequences. Add a work-a-holic father, an alcoholic mother, a sister, and a girl, and you have Twisted. A wonder Laurie Halse Anderson tale about depression and second-chances!! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ out of five
Dear Litsyians, I dropped my iPod that I use for Litsy, and damaged the Logic card, which makes the screen multi-colored. Now I can't edit photos:(. Here's the worse part: my iPod is going to stop working soon, and I've heard you can't have the same Litsy account on 2 devices. I might be able to still use this account, but if not, my new username will be Pandyfish16. I will tell you later.
Wow, I was not expecting this plot!! Although it's very different from Book Thief, I can still here a clear voice. It's funny and has the most unique characters, which I ❤️. I'm about mid-way through and am enjoying it SO much! #CurrentlyReading
"Miracles sparked in the night air, bloomed and burst open before him." Although this doesn't give the main voice of this book, it's a pretty good quote, if I do say so myself;) Sorry I haven't posted for awhile, I lost my iPod which is what I use for Litsy. Thankfully, I got some good reading in. ?
#FunPhotoFriday : I LOVED the Little House on the Prairie series when I was younger! (And still do today). My mom got me the complete color set, and read it out loud to me every night at bedtime. Unfortunately, I lost the fifth. :( I will treasure these forever! ❤️
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ This book is a curl-up-into-a-ball-with-tissues book. Lane and Sadie will connect with you in the deepest way, and then tare your heart in half when you come to the last page. It reminds me a lot of Looking for Alaska. It lingers with you for a long time. I definitely need to read more Robyn Schneider!
This book does not get nearly as much attention as it should! It's about Chirp, an eleven year old girl in the 70s, and a bunch of changes that happen to her. But it isn't a very "Coming of Age" book as it is a look inside Chirp's heart. Everyone and their mother should read this, armed with a box of tissues!
Well, she's not exactly perfect.... But who is? 🐶😍
Going away for 2 weeks w/ no electronics (including music) and ONLY THESE BOOKS!!!! Ahhhhhh!!! Wish me luck! 📖😬