Top 10 TuesdayDecember 21, 2010
i’ve decided that i need to start participating in more of these amazing memes that fellow bloggers have so here we go.
Top 10 Tuesday is was created by The Broke and the Bookish and features a Top 10 list. As if you couldn’t figure that part out.
Today’s list is. . . Top 10 Books i hope Santa Brings.
So. . . in no particular order:
1. Will Grayson, Will Grayson by David Levithan and John Green i’ve read this one a few times now, as in anytime i see it at the library i get it and read it again, but i don’t own it. Obviously this should be remedied.
2. Twenty Boy Summer by Sarah Ockler You read my blog about it, right? i loved it.
3. Going Bovine by Libba Bray Have you read this book? WHY NOT? WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU? For real though, stop whatever you’re doing and go find this book.
4. The Lover’s Dictionary by David Levithan i know this doesn’t come out until after Christmas but i’m sure Santa knows about pre-orders. You should know by now that I LOVE DAVID LEVITHAN more than any other author except Wally Lamb (they’re tied) i don’t think it is a coincidence that this comes out on my birthday. . .thank you David Levithan for the most excellent birthday gift.
5. Olivia by Ian Falconer actually any of the Olivia books (the original ones not the ones that came with the tv show, Santa) i love love love Olivia but i realized the other day that even though i own lots of Olivia stuff and i’ve made plenty of my own, i don’t actually own any of the books. How has this happened?
6. Daisy Fay and the Miracle Man by Fannie Flagg this is the only Fannie Flagg book i haven’t read.
7. Columbine by Dave Cullen i read this when it first came out and promised myself i would actually buy it after reading about five pages.
8. All of Ariel Schrag‘s books i couldn’t decide on just one. i’ve grown to love graphic memoirs and i’ve heard excellent things about these.
9. Rage: A Love Story by Julie Anne Peters i haven’t read this one yet but i’m a big fan of Julie Anne Peters so i sort of automatically love it.
10. Liar by Justine Larbalestier again i haven’t read this but i’ve heard so many amazing things about it and i’ve been wanting to read it ever since the whole cover controversy thing.
i’ll see you next week for the Top 10 Books i read in 2010. . . i should start deciding that now, it could take awhile.