For library week, I went shopping books for you. Here I am, at the local bookshop, to get all the books you’ve asked for. If I buy books you like, you will read more, right?
Inkdeath, by Cornelia Funke, because MACLIC has Inkheart and Inkspell…
Ten Fighter Boys: WWII pilots tells their extraordinary stories in their own words, because it is true, short, incredibly fast-paced, the real thing…
Grace, by Morris Gleitzmann, because Once and Then have just been so popular
The Host, by Stephenie Meyer, because some people say it is as good as Twilight, another love story with a supernatural participant…
Slumdog Millionaire, by Vikas Swarup, the film tie-in of the original novel Q&A, a brilliant story with a cultural perspective
Picture Perfect, by Jodi Picoult, because you always want more of her books.
Library of the Dead, by Glenn Cooper, just because of the title. The back cover reveals it may be as good as the Da Vinci Code and I like the “Killer Read” sticker on it!
Coraline, by Neil Gaiman, a fantasy/horror novel by amazing graphic novel author, and it is a film too.
Avalanche, by Jack Drummond, because I have been asked twice for it this week.
Unmentionable! , by Paul Jennings, because his books engage the young boys into reading so well.
It’s not about the bike, By Lance Armstrong, because you enjoy great people’s biographies.