Most reread book?
Perks of being a wallflower ❤️
I want to read this ! I think my library had this for $1.00 also, I was just afraid I’d be extremely bothered by some of the things that happened to the kids in the books – Since I’ve seen the film I have a vague idea sometimes stuff like that sits with me for awhile in a disturbing way
@Rachel that’s fair. I feel like it was all handled tastefully and wasn’t really explicit
That’s in my cart for my next order!
Have you ever read it?
So good!!! The movie is also good. Definitely a bit emotional and kinda dark at times but it’s amazing
I have a copy you can borrow, @Kayleigh. I haven’t read it yet.
Oh and my next one will be Ill Give You the Sun. I plan on rereading it quite a bit and I don’t usually re read books.
The Fault in our Stars 😍
A toss up between Montana Sky and Sign of Seven trilogy, both by Nora Roberts.
Kim Harrison’s Dead Witch walking. It’s the first in the series, and I have read it multiple times.
Percy Jackson I read the whole ten books 6 times
You’re worse than me. I’ve read it only 3 times 😂
Im addicted 😭😂
Riordan is the best. You end farting because of too much laughter.😂😂
I haven’t kept track of the numbers, but it’s one of three: Gone with the Wind, Christy, or A Tree Grows in Brooklyn.
Probably “Harriet the Spy,” when I was in elementary school. I’m sure the librarian was thinking, “You’re checking that book out AGAIN?!” LOL
Honestly, I’ve never read it. I used to be called Harriet the Spy because I resembled the girl who played her in the movie… and usually had a notebook. I didn’t even realize it was a book.
It is! Louise Fitzhugh wrote it, and it’s been out for a long time (Gee, I feel old!) LOL
Added to the good ol’ TBR!
Quick search showed that it won some literary awards in the late 1960s, so it’s been out at least since sometime in the ’60s, and has been reprinted, the last time in 2001, I think.
I am a real-life “Velveteen Rabbit” and it’s my forever favorite I also love “The Giving Tree” by Shel Silverstein And as far as adult books “The Underside of Joy” by @Seré and “Handle With Care” by Jodi Picoult
The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks.
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