Top Ten Tuesdays are a weekly meme hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.
As always this list is in no particular order.
Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together.
July 24: Books with Sensory Reading Memories (where I was, what time of year it was, who I was with, what I was eating, etc.) (Submitted by Jessica @ A Cocoon of Books)
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone
I was seven, it was a much higher reading level than I was capable of, and I spent several months stubborning my way through this book.
Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince
I was re-reading this book for a book report in sixth grade, and was reading as I was walking between classes and in the span of about five minutes I tripped on the stairs, picked my stuff up, continued to read, and proceeded to walk into a concrete pillar and freak my teacher out.
I was nine, and my grandmother bought me the book because my older cousin had liked it. I got sent to the guidance counselor because the teacher thought I was too young to be reading it, and my mom had to tell them to give me my book back.
I was finishing the book in the car on the way home, and cried to hard when Prim died I freaked my dad out and he almost took my to the ER.
A Court of Thorns and Roses
This is my best friend’s favorite series and I read the book on the drive from Miami to Orlando while she stared me down to force me to read it.
The Lightning Thief
I read this book the summer before 6th grade every morning in the car on the way to swim class, with my cousin bugging to to ay attention to her.
I read this in my 9th grade class and I can pretty much remember the classroom and every assignment. Here are a few:
City of Bones
I read the first 5 books of the Mortal Instruments in the span of a month during testing when we were stuck in homeroom in the 7th grade, in the dark, with a class of screaming people none of whom I was close friends with around me.
My Sister’s Keeper
I finished reading this book when we had a substitute for 8th grade english, and I cried and freaked the poor woman out.
Gallagher Girls: Out of Sight Out of Time
I read this seventh grade, on the bus ride from school to Disney on a class trip.