Part 61- My Book list ( Favorites and most reccommended by me)

Hey!!! It’s a fresh new week and a fresh new start to our blogs! Today, I am going to do the same thing as I did in a more previous blog. Before I did a music recommendation, so now I am going to do a book recommendation. Now, my list might be a little long, so I decided to cut it short and share only the best books out of them all. 

So, my favorite type of genre is usually fantasy, historical fiction, mystery, and sometimes, biographies. I have to say, a lot of my favorites are mainly fantasy, so that maybe what is the main genre in my list. My list also includes book series’.
First, I have to say, no matter what amazing, or awesome book series there may be in the universe, this book series is my number one favorite, and hopefully, everyone has read it.  It is, Harry Potter. I absolutely love Harry Potter, and I got the series when I was 5 or 6. I fell in love with the movies, because my parents first showed me the movies, so they got me the books.  I know that you shouldn’t watch the movie before the book, but, to get me into the series, my parents had me watch the movies first.
 Next, is Percy Jackson. I started reading Percy Jackson in 3rd grade. I started reading the series because dad told me to, and no matter how much I really dod not want to say this, but, I want to thank dad for getting me to read the books. After the first one, I just took off, reading the rest of the series. 
STUART GIBBS!!!!!! The Stuart Gibbs books, Spy School Series, Moon Base Alpa series, Fun Jungle series, and Charlie Thorne and the Last Equation. These books are all mystery, and I love them. I have to say, my most favorite is a tie between the MoonBase Alpha and Funjungle series.  I have to say though, I think Moon Bas Alpha will top as my favorite Stuart Gibbs series, because, only a few Funjungle books were good, or really interesting. 
The next book is A Crack in the Sea. To be honest, I actually don’t remember a lot about the book because I read it a long time ago, but I have to say, it is such a fabulous and amazing book, that I want you all to check it out. After that, is The girl who drank the moon. Again, I read it a while ago. I mean, I remember a lot about the book, but I’m not really sure how to explain it. 
Then comes Kate Dicamillo. 
Kate Dicamillo is an author, and the author of, The Tale of Desperaux, The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane, Because of Winn-Dixie, and so much more. I love her books. In 3rd Grade, we were going to read, The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane, and after reading the title, I was just desperate to start reading it. It sounded like such a good book, and it is!!! I had also started reading The tale of Desperaux after that, and I later found out that we would be reading the same book as our project, as I started 4th grade. Lucky me!! 
Katherine Applegate. The author of Crenshaw and Wish tree, two amazing books. Just, amazing. Amazing books. I don’t know what else to say. They’re just that good. Her stories are so much like Kate Dicaamillo’s.
Next, is Wings of Fire. In 5th grade, I went nuts for the book. I loved the series so much, that it was the only thing I would talk about. There is actually, another book published that I have not read- Dragonslayer, which is like an extra book- and book 14 of the series, which is in the making. 
2 books. Number the stars, and The Giver. Both are by Lois Lowry and are just fantastic. I had actually read a part of Number the stars in a Kumon practice sheet, and, in the same year- 4th grade- we were supposed to read the book. I was soo excited because, I knew almost all of the whole book, and I really wanted to read the rest of it. The same thing happened with, The Giver, and Mumma kindly brought it over from the center so I could read it. HUZZA!!!!! Ack! There’s so many!!!! 
To finish it off, I want to recommend these books. I have not read them yet, but I want to, or am, and have not finished them yet.
The Immortal Secrets of Nicholas Flamel series, The Boy in Striped pajamas, PAX, Code Talker, Out of My Mind, and, Chronicles of The one series. I actually discovered the Chronicles of The one series today, as I was starting another story and I was looking to see if my title was already another book name. It wasn’t but it was close to one book of the series. I wanted to read the book, so I researched it, as you know, I want to read it. 
Anyway, that is my list of book recommendations. I said it was going to be short, and it is short. I have a whole bunch more, so, this is short for you!!! Bye!!!!!!

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