The year is almost over and the countdowns have begun. Everything from music, to television shows, episodes, movies, news events and the like. So have the top whatever for books have started to come out.
Here is a list of the top 10 Young Adult books for 2016 according to Readings:
The list contains:
- The Bone Sparrow by Zana Fraillon
- Words in Deep Blue by Cath Crowley
- The Call by Peadar O Guilin
- My Sister Rosa by Justine Larbalestier
- The Sidekicks by Will Kostakis
- The Boundless Sublime by Lili Wilkinson
- The Road to Winter by Mark Smith
- This Savage Song by V.E. Schewab
- Everything is Changed by Mova Weetman
- Gemina: The Illuminae Files_02 by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff
I have only read three books on this list, you can see which books they are by checking out my 2016 Reading List page which is just right above here.
Which books have you read that have made the list?
Do you agree with the list above?
Which books would you have put on this list?
If you call yourself a book nerd, and admit it, you do, even if it just at home, we all do it, than you are going to want to read this list to add things to your Christmas list of things for people you know to buy for you.
It’s from Buzzfeed of course, but it is worth checking out, because it is awesome:
I want all of them. I don’t know where I would put them, but I know I want them all, or even most of them, or would be greatful for even just one of them for Christmas really.
Which one’s do you want and you know you secretly think they are cool, you book nerd you.
Buzzfeed, where would I be without you. They have such fun and quirky articles that I love and love sharing with you all. Here is another one, I thought you would all like to see.
Don’t tell me you don’t love it?
So earlier this week, a post from Buzzfeed made the rounds with a list of the top 23 Young Adult books to read this fall, or as I like to call it, Spring.
Some of you have already seen the list, some of you might not have, well I am going to post it here for you all to either look at it again, or see it for the first time. If you are a YA fanatic like myself, than you will probably look at this list a few times to get every book title written down, so you don’t miss out on any of them.
I specifically can’t wait for Girls Like Me by Lola St. Vil, The Odds Of Lightning by Jocelyn Davis, Going Geek by Charlotte Huang, Something In Between by Melissa De La Cruz, The Sun Is Also A Star by Nicola Yoon, The Graces Laure Eve.
What are you guys excited for?
There are some pretty cool gadgets out there for a bibliophile. A lot of them work, a lot of them don’t and I have a couple of them. Well look no further if you are a reader or know a reader and want to buy something for yourself or the person you know to level up your reading skills. I think you guys will like these gadgets.
Personally, the pillowwedge is awesome, a bookshelf secret door is pretty cool too.
And if anyone finds a personal library it anywhere, let me know because I really do want one.
I love presents, but a lot of people think it is hard to find a good present for a writer, but its not really. Usually a nice looking notebook or even a reading book will do. But if you know a write and are looking to buy them a present for their birthday or Christmas or just because you are such a good friend, then have a look at this link:
This link has a number of different cool and unique gift all writers no matter the age or experience would like.
Talking from experience, I know if you gave me any of these gifts I would love it and you forever.
I love a good joke just like the next person. But I love book jokes even more really.
So here is a list thanks to Buzzfeed Books that compile 19 funny book jokes anyone who reads will love:
I love these and I am guessing you guys will too!