I was tagged by Michelle at Book Adventures to do this tag, which was originally created by Michelle over at The Writing Hufflepuff. I’ve never been to Amsterdam, but I want to – it looks beautiful. In the meantime, this tag was a fun little way to visit – I looked up pictures of each of the places.
Why Do We Have So Many Cheese Stores In One Street – A Cheesy Read.
Pretty much any romance. One I read recently that was pretty cheesy (even though I loved it) is The Hating Game by Sally Thorne.
Canal Parade – A Book that Celebrates The LGBT-Community.
There are so many! I’m going to go with Beast by Brie Spangler, because I love that it was a story about a transgender teen told from an outside perspective. It think it will be very helpful to young people learning how to handle the fact one of their friends is transgender. It’s a very important young adult book, in my opinion.
Anne Frank House – A Book That Made you Cry.
Even though I knew what was going to happen, I sobbed reading The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller (also another great LGBT book). It’s such a beautiful story, and made me think differently of what I know about Greek history.
Museum Square – An Artsy Book.
I recently read Habibi by Craig Thompson, which was easily the most visually stunning graphic novels I’ve ever read. It is beautiful and intricate and so, so worth reading.
Pigeons, Pigeons Everywhere – An Annoying Character.
This might be a super-unpopular opinion, but for the sake of variety (I usually give the same answer to this question), I’m going with Harry Potter. Don’t get me wrong, I love the books and most of the other characters. But, sometimes, Harry’s whiny angst got on my nerves.
Red White Blue – Recreate The Dutch Flag Using Books.
Here it is!
If you want to do this tag, consider yourself tagged! Thanks again to Michelle for tagging me – I had a ton of fun with this tag!