Today, I thought I would do something different. Today I am taking a popular BookTube Tag, the On My Shelf Tag, and doing it on my blog. I thought it would be something fun and different, I will also not be tagging anybody to do this. Last week, I asked people to give me a number between 1 and 105. Today, I am sharing those results.
Here are the results:
88- The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett: This book, while it does have its faults will always be one of my favorites, it’s a classic and one that I reread every once in a while.
82- Go Set A Watchman by Harper Lee: I haven’t read it yet.
33- Stealing Home by Becky Wallace: I find it a little ironic that the 33rd book on my shelf is a baseball book (if you know, you know), it’s also one of many baseball books on my shelf. I loved this book, it was a cute contemporary and it focused more on the business side of baseball rather than the game itself. It’s a great summer read.
22- Black Moon by Romina Russell: This is the third book in a series set in space, and it is a wild ride.
52- Little House in the Big Woods by Laura Ingalls Wilder: I haven’t read it yet.
46- Rabbit by Patricia Williams: I haven’t read it yet.
9- Friday Night Lights: A Town, A Team, and A Dream by H.G. Bissinger: This book is a classic, and it’s a great story. It’s been a while since I’ve read it.
42- Hope Nation by Rose Brock: This an anthology of short stories from some of the most well-known YA authors that are heartbreaking yet hopeful. The stories are autobiographical.
78- Where the Sidewalk Ends by Shel Silverstein: The poems in this book are always so much fun to read, and some of them actually make you think.
13- A Darker Shade of Magic by V.E. Schwab: This is the first book in an adult fantasy trilogy. The magic system in this book is very unique in the sense that not everyone can do magic. There are also four different London’s in this book, which sounds confusing until you read the book.
102- Prince Caspian by C.S. Lewis: I adore this book, it’s one that I have reread a few times. It’s the fourth book in The Chronicles of Narnia series (yes, I read them in chronological C.S. Lewis order) in which the Pevensie children return to Narnia and find it much different than when they left it.
7- The Teammates: A Portrait of Friendship by David Halberstam: This book is a true story of friendship. It tells the story of Bobby Doerr, Ted Williams, Johnny Pesky, and Dom DiMaggio. It’s also about how Dom and Johnny take a road trip to visit Williams.
38- How To Love a Jamaican by Alexia Arthurs: This is a collection of engaging short stories about the experience of not only living in Jamaica but immigrating to America and the experience of being a Jamaican in America.
53- On The Banks of Plum Creek by Laura Ingalls Wilder- I haven’t read this yet.
66- A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L’Engle: I loved how different this book was and how one of the main themes is that everything isn’t always what it seems to be.
Where the Sidewalk Ends was always a book I enjoyed reading and looking at when in elementary school. Great list of books!
Thank you! I had fun doing it.