Today, we're discussing the top ten books on my spring 2014 list! :)
Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by the lovely ladies at The Broke and the Bookish! -J
10. After Eden by Helen Douglas (Bloomsbury Children's Books)
I'm thinking it'll be a perfect spring break read, because it'll involve forbidden romance, time travel and more!
9. One Man Boy by Michael Barakiva (Farrar, Straus and Giroux BYR)
The cover + the story = Full of Win!
8. Landry Park by Bethany Hagen (Dial)
I've started reading the first two/three chapters, and the book is amazing. Bethany's created a really complex, well-thought world, and I just need some time so I can finish reading!
7. Lost in Bermooda by Mike Litwin (Albert Whitman)
I love cute books, especially MG books that feature animals like this one. (Anthromorphic cows? WIN!) So SUPER excited about this book.
6. Vivian Divine is Dead by Lauren Sabel (Katherine Tegen)
I managed to snag this form Edelweiss, and am so excited. Teen star goes on the run and becomes massively badass? I AM IN.
(Perfect spring break reading, Y/Y?)
5. The Museum of Intangible Things by Wendy Wunder (Razorbill)
Wendy Wunder blew me away with The Probability of Miracles, so I'm prepared to cry and laugh right alongside Hannah and Zoe in this book!
4. Liesl & Po by Lauren Oliver (Hodder & Stoughton)
I've also already given a copy of Liesl & Po to a co-worker's son, who loved it so much, he recreated all of the characters in Legos.
(How cool is that?)
3. On the Fence by Kasie West (HarperTeen)
It sounds a little like Elizabeth Eulberg's Better off Friends as well - a book I loved - so I can't wait to see how the two compare!
2. Tesla's Attic by Neal Shusterman & Eric Elfman (Disney Hyperion)
This sounds like it's going to be Lemony Snicket-esque adventure (though, probably with less delightful snark), so I can't wait to read this one!
1. Blindsided by Natalie Whipple (Hot Key Books)
It's been sitting on my shelf for awhile, so I can't wait to get back to the elaborate, creative world that Natalie Whipple has created!