Thank you to Alienor at Meet the Book World for tagging me in this book tag reminiscent of high school days. Although my country doesn’t have “prom” or “spring break” I think my consumption of books set in America qualifies me for this.
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A+ on the test: A book or character that makes you smile.
Noah from Noah Can’t Even. This book and the character always make smile. Just looking at the cover is enough to put a smile on anyone’s face.
Sports team: A fictional family that you want to be a part of.
A Brief History of Tractors in Ukrainian by Marina Lewcycka.
Class president: A book that tries to make a difference.
The Go-Between by Veronica Chambers, this book does TRY to make a difference but fails miserably on eradicating the stereotypes people have on Latin Americans.
High school sweetheart: A book character you have a crush on.
Day from Legend trilogy.
Prom night: A book with a beautiful cover.
At First Blush by Beth Ellyn Summer. The pink makeup theme on the cover is gorgeous and it doesn’t hurt that the book is super sweet too.
Spring break: A book you can always turn to when you need to escape.
Spud by John van de Ruit. The best book series I have eve read.
School lunch: A book character(s) you want to have lunch with.
Sparrow from Sparrow by Sarah Moon. 14 year old me and her would have been great friends; our love for books, hiding from people in the library and extreme maladaptive daydreaming.
Hallowean party: A character you would like to be for one day.
Hermione Granger. I wanted to be her when I was younger.
School bully: A villain you don’t want to go to school with.
Laurent’s uncle (Captive Prince) and Wylan’s father (Six of Crows). Evil father figures are the absolute worst.
Graduation: A book with a bittersweet conclusion.
The Sun is Also A Star by Nicola Yoon