Friday, 9 August 2013

Feature & Follow #7



Hello and welcome to another Feature & Follow hosted by Parajunkee and Alison Can Read.

Q:It's time to go back to school!Create a reading list for the imaginary English Lit class you'll be teaching this semester.



I just have to warn you guys that these aren't exactly what you'd call appropriate for an English Lit class but...


 *Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief By Rich Riordan-I'm obsessed with Percy Jackson and there are like...five books in the series so you'll have many things to talk about.

*Scarlet By A. C. Gaughen
Nothing better than a retelling of Robin Hood.With adventure and knives and all that good stuff.You'll never get bored in class.

*Starcrossed By Josephine Angelini
Greek Mythology is just so cool.Did I ever mention that I'm obsessed with the series?





*The Coincidence Of Callie and Kayden By Jessica Sorensen
You're probably tired of seeing this book on my lists...but I promise I wasn't gonna include it at first but I couldn't resist.

*Dare You To By Katie McGarry
There are many things to discuss when it comes to Dare You To.I think my students will love Beth's personality.Just kidding.:)

*Divergent By Veronica Roth
The most important one because who knows?Maybe we'll end up like the world in Divergent sometime.Everybody has to be ready!

So that was it.I chose six book only because well...didn't want to end adding all of the books I read and loved.Feel free to leave your links in the comment section!!




8 comments:

  1. Definitely not some I would have expected. I would be interested in seeing how you used these in a class. New GFC Follower! :) Check out MY F&F

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    1. I don't even know how I would've used the books I chose in class...:)Thanks for stopping by and following!

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  2. very different books but I would love to see how it goes, I would sign up for sure!!

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    Amber @Paradise of Pages

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  3. Great list - I love that you chose your favorites, that would be an interesting class.

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    Berls @ Fantasy is More Fun

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  4. At my school one of the year groups have PJO as a lecture and it's breaking my heart that I don't have it in my English class 'cause let's be honbest, I'd be a star then :p

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    1. Haha!It would break my heart too!!Thanks for stopping by!

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