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World Book Night!

Hi guys!


I'm not sure if I'm right, but I know WBD (World Book Day) was on the third of March. According to the WBD website , today is World Book Night. I think this event is more for people in their teens, so I decided to celebrate this one instead of WBD, which is more for younger people.

Anyways, I don't know what I'm meant to do for WBN, so I'm just gonna do a list of books that changed my reading life. (These books include books I read when I was much smaller than I am now) This doesn't contain any spoilers.


Girl Online Series by Zoe Sugg
This book is a book that inspired me to do two of my favourite things, blog and take pictures. I don't know who I'd be if I hadn't found the first book at my old Book Swappers club two years ago! AND it was written by my favourite YouTuber!

The Hunger Games Series by Suzanne Collins
I know every teen loves this book, but you know, it's really hard not to! Without this book, I wouldn't have my so-called "Hunting Boots" or my traditional wooden bow and arrow.

The Moonlight Dreamers by Siobhán Curham
This book was another book that inspired me to blog, but mostly made me realize how important friendship is.

Warriors by Erin Hunter
This has to be the longest series of books I read as a kid, but God, I didn't care that I had to read ALL the time, I lived in the books more than I lived in the real world!

Candyfloss by Jaqueline Wilson
This book is just so great, I read it in one afternoon. (Three years ago)

Lily series by Holly Webb
This writer was my childhood hero.Once, in school, we had to do a presentation about our favourite thing (quite a big choice, right?) and I chose her. Also I wrote her an email ages ago, and she answered me, and we became quite good email pals! I nearly fainted the first time she replied. The book itself is just GOALS! Even now, I plan to re-read it. Also, I get to see her in a few weeks!!!

Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell
I read this book a few weeks ago, and couldn't put it down for two days. This book inspires me to keep writing.

Stone Cold by Robert Swindells
This book opened my eyes, and made me understand more about the homeless. This book is amazing!

The Tail of Emily Windsnap by Liz Kessler
This book brought out my inner mermaid. What more can I say?

The Ghost's Child by Sonya Hartnett
This book gave me a tingly feeling I had never felt before. It is so emotional, and makes you think SO much.

Unhooking the Moon by Gregory Hughes
I can't even explain how amazing this book is. All about siblings,what else can you want?

A Dog Called Homeless
Ugh, this book.The first book I cried in.(I read it when I was nine, don't judge) Oh and that ugh was more of a girly eeek because the book is so good.

So I am pretty sure that's it, but I have read many more amazing books, and many more amazing books am I sure to read.

The quote of the post is:

There are so many worlds in this world. I can't wait to explore them all.

Meain Girl- going back to real life (let's just say her book, for once!)


  1. Great post - do you want to check my blog out?

    thanks x

  2. Thanks! Of course I will- I love meeting other bloggers!
    MG xxx


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