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December 20: Ten Books I Wouldn’t Mind Santa Leaving Under My Tree (or non-book bookworm items)
This is so easy to list books that I want for Christmas. It is so hard not to include 2017 releases, only because there are books that I am looking forward to getting and read. I need to force myself to list books that are 2016 and below. Let’s go!
Tone Deaf || Olivia Rivers
I am deaf and I recently found out about this book. I am very curious about how Olivia wrote the characters.
A Gathering of Shadows || V.E. Schwab
I have the first book, A Darker Shade of Magic and I have not read it yet but I have heard so many rave reviews and I am excited to get the second book.
Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, the illustrated edition || J.K. Rowling
I wanted to read Harry Potter with the illustrations! So I am hopeful that I finally will be able to get it this year!
Furthermore || Tahereh Mafi
I may be old but never too old for a middle-grade book, especially with the cover like this one. So beautiful.
The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet || Becky Chambers
I heard that this book was well done, beautifully written with equally awesome diverse characters. I need this book.
Mosquitoland || David Arnold
I have this on my kindle and I am planning to read it soon but I would love to have a physical copy.
The Archived || Victoria Schwab
Like with Mosquitoland, I would like to have a physical copy.
Simon vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda || Becky Albertalli
I have read this book on my kindle and I am on a hunt for an ARC, Hardcover, and paperback editions of this book! I am in love with this book!
Iron Cast || Destiny Soria
I am in love with Boston and get crazy nuts if I see a book that is set in Boston. This one set in Boston and is a historical fiction with diverse characters. Even better.
The Sun is Also A Star || Nicola Yoon
I have Everything, Everything and I like it but I have heard people love this book more than her first one. Yes, please.