It’s the first week of summer! For us, one of the best things to do is read outside while enjoying the warm weather. We love finding YA books that make the season even more enjoyable. Keep reading to see some great books to get you excited for the sun, sand and water and tell us how you are celebrating the new season.Continue reading “YA Books with Summer Vibes”
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Greek Mythology Book Tag
Thanks so much to Lia (Chain of Novels) for tagging us. We love Greek mythology and are so excited to share our answers with everyone. Tell us your favorite Greek God/Goddess in the comments!Continue reading “Greek Mythology Book Tag”
Summer Book Tag
Summer always has us searching for books set during this season. Who doesn’t love a cute beach read? We searched through our Goodreads and found all of our YA books that have summer in the title. Tell us if you’ve read any of these! Do you have a favorite book about summer?
1. The Summer I Turned Pretty by Jenny Han
The summer before Belly’s junior year in high school was different. While she spent it at Cousin’s Beach with her family and the Fisher’s, the two guys she knows better than anyone start treating her differently. While she’s been in love with Conrad forever, he isn’t the only one who has noticed that Belly grew up in the past year. The Summer I Turned Pretty is the first book we think about when it’s summer. It’s the perfect YA beach romance to cuddle up with.Continue reading “Summer Book Tag”
YA Books That Will Give You European Wanderlust
Do you love traveling? So do we. In fact, since we don’t get to travel as much as we’d like, we find ourselves traveling through books.
We came up with a list of our 15 favorite young adult books set in Europe. We promise, reading these books will give you major wanderlust. Get inspired to visit some of our favorite cities, which include Paris and London.
Did we miss any of your favorite books set in Europe? Let us know in the comments.
This blog post is all about the best YA books set in Europe.
1. Anna and The French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins
Anna Oliphant is forced to leave Atlanta and spend her senior year of high school at a boarding school, the School of America in Paris (SOAP). At first she hates the idea of leaving her mom and brother, her best friend, and her crush (and hopefully future boyfriend.)
Upon arriving at SOAP, she quickly joins a group of friends that helps her explore the City of Lights and get over her fear of living in a foreign country. Almost instantly, Anna develops feelings for a member of the friend group, the charismatic, gorgeous (and very taken) Étienne St. Clair. Their friendship is tested when the two discover if being more than friends is in their future.Continue reading “YA Books That Will Give You European Wanderlust”