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This week’s topic? Top ten books for when you need something light & fun!
1. The Princess Diaries – Meg Cabot
One of my favorite childhood series, listened to on tape.
2. Going Vintage – Lindsey Leavitt
A cute, fun contemporary from 2013!
3. Angus, Thongs, and Full-Frontal Snogging – Louise Rennison
To date, the only books that have literally made me laugh out loud.
4. Feeling Sorry for Celia – Jaclyn Moriarty
Really, any book by Jaclyn Moriarty could have gone on this list, but I decided to choose Feeling Sorry for Celia over The Year of Secret Assignments anyway. Her writing style is unique and really pumps up her stories.
5. The Selection – Kiera Cass
This book is great if you’re looking for a lighter dystopian novel. The romance makes it super fun and the reality TV aspect definitely helps lighten it as well.
6. Wake – Amanda Hocking
For me, anything set in a beach town counts as “light and fun.” There’s definitely drama, but the overall summer feeling is what makes this book so great.
7. Miss Fortune Cookie – Lauren Bjorkman
I absolutely adored Miss Fortune Cookie. While she did tackle some serious issues, she did it in a clever way. Erin is spunky and quirky and really makes the book.
8. The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight – Jennifer E. Smith
I have yet to read a negative review of this book, and I can certainly understand why. This book is super adorable and has a wonderfully swoon-worthy British lad.
9. The Ivy – Lauren Kunze with Rina Onur
A drama-filled college experience that I’m glad I haven’t had.
10. Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist – Rachel Cohn & David Levithan
Romance and music. What more could you ask for?