Because of my obsessions with pretty notebooks, pens, and other stationary goods, I thought it was only too appropriate to do this book tag. It was created by Sam @ RiverMooseReads.
Pencils – Name a favorite middle grade or children’s book.
I have several favorite children’s and MG books so bear with me…
- Goodnight Moon – Margaret Wise Brown
- Swimmy – Leo Lionni
- Each Peach Pear Plum – Janet Ahlberg
- Goosebumps – R. L. Stine
- The Babysitter’s Club series – Ann M. Martin
- The Magic Tree House series – Mary Pope Osbourne
- Sweet Valley Twins – Francine Pascal
- Dear America series
- American Girl series
- Little House on the Prairie – Laura Ingalls Wilder
Pens – A basic staple for any reader
I’m going to be completely basic and name the Harry Potter series. I’ve always enjoyed reading as a kid, but I always was made fun of for it. Then Harry Potter came out and it completely changed the game. Suddenly, I wasn’t made fun of for reading because EVERYONE was reading!
Notebooks – What books do you own multiple copies of?
I actually own multiple copies of the first two books in the Court of Thorns and Roses trilogy. I bought the first two books on my Kindle, and then received the entire trilogy in hardcover for this past Christmas.
Markers – A book with a beautiful cover
Glue – Two characters that work well together even if they aren’t together
I’m going to cheat and name several characters for this question. The six main characters from Six of Crows are my FAVORITE ensemble cast EVER. Of course to pull off such a dangerous heist, all six of them have to work very well with each other to get the job done.
Scissors – What is a book you’d like to destroy?
Hoo boy…would I like to take scissors to the first book (and following books) of the House of Night series. Oh, God, this series is actually the worst I have ever decided to attempt to read…
Art Kit – What completed series do you own?
- The Infernal Devices trilogy by Cassandra Clare
- A Court of Thorns and Roses trilogy by Sarah J. Maas
- Vampire Academy series by Richelle Mead
- Queens of England series by Jean Plaidy
- The Hunger Games trilogy by Suzanne Collins
- The Century trilogy by Ken Follett
- North and South trilogy by John Jakes