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- Thank the creator: Sam @ River Moose Books
- Answer the questions.
- Add pictures, if you’d like.
- Tag about five people.
Pencils – Favorite middle grade or children’s book.The Polar Express, Chris Van Allsburg.
I literally grew up with this book. My mom read it to all her classes when she taught first and second grade in North Carolina – This was years before I was born. We still have the set with the hardback book, the audio cassette, and the bell. When the movie came out, we went to see it as a family, and the DVD came to our house that Christmas. It’s one of our traditions, and I’m excited to continue it when Al and I have kids.
Pens – A basic staple for any reader.Bridge to Terabithia, Katherine Paterson.
I vaguely remember reading this book in elementary school. Then, I re-read it several times between high school and college. It had a profound effect on me, and it’s now one of my favorite books.
Notebooks – What books do you own multiple copies?
The only thing I can think of is my two copies of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, J.K. Rowling.
I was lucky enough to be in London on July 16, 2005, when the book was released. So, naturally, we trekked to Waterstones and waited until midnight! I have a paperback copy of the U.S. edition, and a beautiful hardback copy of the U.K. edition.
Markers – A book with a beautiful cover.
Caraval, Stephanie Garber.
I need to read this book! The cover is absolutely gorgeous!
Glue – Two characters that work well together, even if they aren’t together.Argh. This is the hardest question!
My immediate thought was Harry Potter and Hermione Granger. I’m sure I’m not the only one who wanted them to be together?
Scissors – What book would like to destroy?I’ve said this before, and I’ll say it again – The Scarlet Letter, Nathaniel Hawthorne.
Art Kit – What complete series do you own?
- Harry Potter, J.K. Rowling.
- The Hunger Games trilogy, Suzanne Collins.
- The Divergent trilogy, Veronica Roth.
Bonus Question – Show us your desk / stationery that you own for each question.
I love gel pens – They’re so much better than ball-point pens! Since I’m left-handed, most traditional pens leave my hand incredibly dark, black and blue, and smudged!
I’m not tagging anyone in particular, but if you love books, you should definitely do this one!
Until the next headline, Laura Beth 🙂