Top Ten Tuesday: Books That You Wish Were Taught In Schools

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I finally realised I really want to do  The Broke and the Bookish‘s meme after seeing today’s topic: Top Ten Books That You Wish Were Taught in Schools. I love how much power and meaning books can hold so I decided to make a life lesson list. Here are my 7 because I couldn’t think of any others. 

The Hunger Games (The Hunger Games #1)The Fault in Our Stars

1. The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins

I heard that the girl who played Clove in the movie studied this book at school and loved it. Sigh. American schools. Anyway this book would teach us to fight for what we believe in.

2. The Fault in Our Stars by John Green

Yes, it’s on this list. I think it would help teenagers really sympathise with cancer patients. It really impacts on people with its honest writing.

Delirium (Delirium, #1)

Sia3. Delirium series by Lauren Oliver

Choose to feel, choose to love. You decide what you want to do and how you want to behave.

4. Sia by Josh Grayson

People can change and this is what Sia is all about.

The Last SongBloodlines (Bloodlines, #1)5. The Last Song by Nicholas Sparks

I’m not a big fan of his writing but this books was really good. It’s really heartwarming and tells of the importance of family and love.

6. Bloodlines by Richelle Mead

Sydney grows to believe in herself and state her own beliefs throughout the series. She has a trait that many young girls share: she’s insecure about her weight. Also Adrian is awesome 😀

Matched (Matched, #1)7. Matched by Ally Condie

Break free of the bubble. Literally.

 

 

Panda out XOXO

 

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Author: Prima

Still crazy obsessed with High School Musical and is still disappointed real life high school did not involved as much singing and dancing. Almost 18 but relates to 5 year olds. Super cynical about Disney movies and kdramas but still loves them. Blogs about books and feels.

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