Trying to read more, any book suggestions?
I haven’t really read much outside of school and I wanna start reading my own books, I was wondering if someone could give me some book suggestions if I list off a few of the things about me?
I like animals
I like fantasy settings and adventures
I also like Greek mythology
Any books out there I might enjoy? Thanks!
- Anonymous2 years agoFavorite Answer
Tom's Midnight Garden;
The Little White Horse;
The Cat Who Could Read Backwards;
Tree Shepherd's Daughter trilogy;
Michael Vey: Prisoner of Cell 25 series;
The Code of the Woosters;
The Yoga of Nutrition;
In a Sunburned Country;
Watch Your Dreams;
The Once and Future King;
A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court;
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland;
Bridge to Terabithia;
A Wrinkle in Time series;
Sarah, Plain and Tall;
Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims;
Finding a Higher Love;
Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul;
The Wind in the Willows;
All Things Bright and Beautiful;
A Street Cat Named Bob;
A Fortunate Universe;
The Merlin Trilogy by Mary Stewart;
Stories from Plato and Other Classic Writers by Mary E. Burt;
The Prince and the Pilgrim by Mary Stewart;
Flower Fairies of the Garden by Mary Cicely Barker;
West with the Night;
The Little Prince;
The Borrowers by Mary Norton;
My Friend Flicka;
The Good Man of Assisi by Mary Joslin;
Tales from Shakespeare by Mary Lamb;
The Neverending Story;
Alcatraz versus the Evil Librarians;
Expecting Adam by Martha Beck;
A Most Unusual Life, by Kirsten van Gelder;
The Kindness Challenge by Shaunti Feldhahn;
And There Was Light by Jacques Lusseyran;
The Story of a Soul, by Saint Therese of Lisieux;
Autobiography of a Yogi, by Yogananda;
Long Journey Home, Lucy Lipiner;
The Strange Ways of Providence in My Life, Krystyna Carmi;
Chronicles of Narnia;
The Great Divorce;
The Lord of the Rings;
Children on the Oregon Trail;
A Traveller in Time, by Alison Uttley;
The World According to Mr. Rogers;
Sword at Sunset, by Rosemary Sutcliff;
Only Opal: The Diary of a Young Girl, by Opal Whiteley;
Greek Mythology's Twelve Labors of Hercules; A Choose Your Path Book by Brandon Terrell;
Humorous Stories and Sketches by Mark Twain;
Life before Life, Jim B. Tucker, M.D.
- pianomanLv 72 years ago
Try browsing the library.
- SpikeLv 72 years ago
MAYBE these books for your reading list
Embassy Row, Book series by Ally Carter
CONSPIRACY OF US series by Maggie Hall
Kingdom Keepers series by Ridley Pearson
Kingdom Keepers: The Return series by Ridley Pearson
Charlotte's Web by E. B White
Cirque du Freak series by Darren Shan
Lost Years Of Merlin series by T. A. Barron
Beachhead: Invasion Earth by Chris Lowry
Animal Farm by George Orwell
- MarliLv 72 years ago
A Night to Remember by Walter Lord. (Other Titanic books in the 910 section.)
Supper with the Crippens.
The Six Wives of Henry VIII by David Starkey
Thunderstruck or any other book by Erik Larson.
Operation Mincemeat or any other book about
deception in World War II by Ben MacIntyre.
Any books about English history by Alison Weir.
Browse the non-fiction section as well as the fiction. Your librarian would know what could suit you. These don't fit your likes, but if you're looking for something different. I'm all for Mark Twain's stories and "The Code of the Woosters". You might enjoy Agatha Christie's mysteries (The earliest 2 "The Mysterious Affair at Styles" and "The Murder of Roger Ackroyd" are her most famous, if you are interested in the oldies of detective fiction. I will also recommend Dashiel Hammet) You might like Anne of Green Gables or Gone with The Wind.
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- TinaLv 72 years ago
Rick Riordan's 'Percy Jackson and the Olympians Series.'
- Anonymous2 years ago
You might enjoy the Redwall series by Brian Jacques. It involves animals in a fantasy setting.
- 2 years ago
there are many book to read
- 2 years ago
You could read the Harry Potter series.