Top Ten Tuesday, a concept started by The Broke and the Bookish, is a themed post that connects bloggers to bloggers, bloggers to readers, and readers to readers. Every Tuesday has a special topic, and this Tuesday is Top Ten Books From my Childhood/Teens I Want to Revisit.
This week’s theme goes really well with Hannah’s #ReRead2015 Challenge. Although the books I’ll list aren’t on my personal challenge for this year, I just might have to take it up next year!
Books I Read When I Was a Child
(AKA, when the only genre I read was historical fiction.)
Books I Read When I Was a Teen
(AKA, when I didn’t really know Teen Fiction (or YA) existed.)
I will revisit these books sometime soon. American Girl and Dear America comprised a huge part of my childhood, and I devoured every single Little House series one summer in elementary school. Dessen will forever be a favorite author of mine, as will Picoult. I own Hoffman’s next book, Looking for Me, but haven’t read it yet. I remember loving her writing style and storytelling. In fact, those books I read as a teen were my first reads of those authors, and I’ve been a follower since.
What books made it to your top ten? Do we have any overlaps?