Picture The Hunger Games, but instead of killing each other, they’re fighting over who gets to marry a prince.
Author: Emily @frappesandfiction
Yes, I read this book because of coronavirus and I’m very grateful that we have more medical knowledge now than we did in 1793…
My school has been closed for over a month, and with the proliferation of headlines like “Social Distancing May Last Until 2022”, it seems like there is no end in sight. What should you do when you’re stuck at home? Here are seven ideas: Read!– This is a book blog, so of course I’m going
Well… that was intense.
Flowers for Algernon is one of the saddest books I have ever read.
Favorite quote: “What I need is the dandelion in the spring. The bright yellow that means rebirth instead of destruction. The promise that life can go on, no matter how bad our losses. That it can be good again.”
The school system loves to assign us books to read: usually classics, and usually depressing. But the books you read for school aren’t the only classics worth your time! Without further ado, here are 10 great classics I read outside of school. *Disclaimer: Many of these I read years ago and are considered children’s classics,
Favorite quote: “Just because you can’t experience everything doesn’t mean you shouldn’t experience anything.”
A few weeks into quarantine, I discovered something amazing: the sheer number of audiobooks you can find on YouTube for free.
I had heard Malala’s story before, in magazine articles and at school, and I decided it was about time I read her memoir. I’m really glad I did.