TTT – Top Ten Books My Daughter Wants Me to Read

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. Every Tuesday they post a new Top Ten list prompt. This week’s theme is a freebie. I’ve decided to do Top Ten Books My Daughter Cloie Wants Me to Read. (She’s here helping me with this post. 🙂 ) If you have a middle grader or young adult at home, you may find a good recommendation here!

10. Chocolate Fever by Robert Kimmel Smith
Chocolate Fever
I don’t know what it is about, but with a title like this I may have to give it a try.

9. The Homemade Stuffing Caper by John V. Madormo
The Homemade Stuffing Caper (Charlie Collier Snoop for Hire, #1)

8. Niagara Falls, or Does It? by Henry Winkler
Niagara Falls, Or Does It? (Hank Zipzer, #1)
(yes, THAT Henry Winkler. I had to look.)

7. Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing by Judy Blume
Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing (Fudge, #1)
I did actually read this one when I was her age, but it’s been a little while and I don’t remember much about it.

6. Tuck Everlasting by Natalie Babbit
Tuck Everlasting
Cloie says : I don’t usually like historical fiction, but this one had a fantasy twist that made it really interesting.

5. Cinderskella by Amie Borst
Cinderskella (Scarily Ever Laughter, #1)
Cloie’s description : It is an epic suspenseful fantasy. (Sounds good to me!)

4. The Candymakers by Wendy Mass
The Candymakers

3. Esperanza Rising by Pam Muñoz Ryan
Esperanza Rising
Cloie’s description : A tearjerker that shows the difficulties of being a Mexican immigrant in California during the Great Depression.

2. Uglies by Scott Westerfeld
Uglies (Uglies, #1)

1. Fever 1793 by Laurie Halse Anderson
Fever 1793
Cloie’s Description : The best book in the whole world ever.

 

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25 thoughts on “TTT – Top Ten Books My Daughter Wants Me to Read

  1. Chocolate Fever is indeed a great title! Funny that “Fever” pops up again in the last pick. I took a quick look at it on GoodReads; it seems that personal stories set during epic events can be especially powerful.

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  2. First – FUN topic!! Love that you had your daughter help you 🙂 Second – I’m gonna for sure have to check out the Henry Winkler book. I mean, c’mon on. Henry. Winkler. lol Third – Tuck Everlasting is such a good book! Prioritize that one 🙂 My TTT

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