Keeping with the YA formula of the week, today I present to the audience “7 Nifty Book List to Start Today.” Most of them are YA friendly too, which is always a plus! Why should book challenges have all the fun? These book lists will get you into the reading spirit and just in time for summer!
1. The United States of YA http://www.epicreads.com/blog/the-united-states-of-ya/
Want to travel across America, but don’t have the time or money? No, worries, Epic Reads has you covered. Now you can travel across America one book at a time following this gorgeous map.
Are you yearning to read across the ages? Or, want to kick back in your favorite time period? Another great book list, that I want to try in the future, is Epic Read’s (again!) The Age of YA. Following the timeline provided you now can easily enjoy the joys of time travel through the comforts of your own home.
3. 11 Magical Books to Read if you love Harry Potter on BookBub Blog https://media.bookbub.com/blog/2015/08/28/books-to-read-if-you-love-harry-potter/
If you were like the millions of kids who’ve read and adored Harry Potter (myself included) growing up, then there is a good chance you will love these recommendations by BookBub Blog.
4. 10 Books to read on Island time on Borrow Read Repeat http://borrowreadrepeat.com/10-books-read-island-time/
Can’t hit the beach this summer, or want to have a staycation? First step is always pick a book to take you away to that beach vacation. The second step is check out Borrow Read Repeat’s list.
5. The Ultimate YA Summer Reading List-2017 Edition on Read Brightly http://www.readbrightly.com/summer-ya-books/
For all the YA fans, Read Brightly covers a wide array of excellent YA books in their summer “The Ultimate YA Summer Reading List.”
6. 10 Recent Books to Get Your Book Club Fired Up on Book Riot http://bookriot.com/2017/05/09/10-books-get-book-club-fired/
For the book club lovers, this list presented by Book Riot covers a list of books that are sure to excite and entice any book club into a frenzy. So before you pick a drab boring novel take a quick peak at these bookilicious offers.
7. Books that Shaped America by the Library of Congress http://read.gov/btsa.html
Ok, unlike Epic Reads and some other newer blogs or sites, the Library of Congress doesn’t play with fancy graphics. But what they lack in graphic appeal, they enormously make up in knowledge. This is great for book lovers who are interested in history and the shaping of America.