Top Ten Tuesday: Books I could Re-Read Forever

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.  This week’s topic is books I could re-read forever.

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If you read my 2018 Reader Goals, you may remember that I don’t tend to re-read books.  I am more likely to listen to audiobooks over and over, and thats basically how I made this list.

In no particular order, here is my list:

1. Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe, Benjamin Alire Saenz

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Don’t get me started… you know I can go on and on…and on and on… about this book.  All. The. Feels.

 

2. The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, by A. A. Milne (Full Cast Audio)

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My kids and I love this audiobook.  If I’m not mistaken this was our first ever audiobook.  We listen to it all the time and recite it often.  There is a Winnie the Pooh quote for just about any situation.

3. A Man Called Ove, by Fredrik Backman

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Currently listening to this for the second time.  I may or may not be planning a long road trip so I can make my husband listen to it.

4. Saga, by Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples

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THIS SERIES! My introduction to graphic novels.  I can’t get enough.  The art! The Romance! I’ve read vols 1-6 and have flipped back through them while I wait for more.

5. Harry Potter Series, by J. K. Rowling

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Harry Potter.   Obviously.

6. Percy Jackson and the Olympians and The Heroes of Olympus Series, by Rick Riordan

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I love these.  They are easy audiobooks to listen to, so I turn to them as fillers when I need something in the moment, but can’t quite commit my attention to a new story.

7. The Southern Vampire Mysteries, by Charlaine Harris

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Brain candy.  That’s what these are.  The books in this series are so quick and easy to read.  Not a fan of the show, though.

8. The Penderwicks Series, by Jeanne Birdsall

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I love all the Penderwicks books.  So far the third book, ‘The Penderwicks at Point Mouette,’ is my favorite.  But they are all great. I listened to these in the car with my kids and have since picked up used copies of the books as I come across them.  The release date for the fifth book, ‘Penderwicks At Last,’ is marked on our calendar… come on May 15th!

9.  The Book of Lost Things, by John Connolly

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I love this dark, creepy, beautiful, emotional book.  I have to get my hands on more books by this author.

10. Shades of Magic Series, by V. E. Schwab

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I have not re-read these yet, but I am already excited to experience these again!

What’s on your top ten list? Comment or link your post below!

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