Ten Books I Wouldn’t Mind Santa Leaving Under My Tree

 

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly event hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. Check it out here to see other top ten lists and bookish blogs! You can also check out some of my own person Top Ten Tuesdays here, here, and here. 

 

Since Christmas is now less than a week away (!!!) this top ten topic is pretty perfect. Without any further ado…

Ten Books I Wouldn’t Mind Santa Leaving Under My Tree

  1. Green Gables State of Mind
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  6. Green Gables State of Mind
  7. Green Gables State of Mind
  8. Green Gables State of Mind
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1 – Because I am DYING to get my hands on an ARC of this book. I cannot wait until its release date! Seriously, anyone willing to give me a copy?!? 🙂

2 – Because it’s about some of my favorite books and stories and worlds; what could be better than that?

3 – Because I have fallen in love with this series and am so excited to find out the conclusion!

4 – I’m always attracted to stories set in the South

5 – Because EVERYONE has been talking about this surfing memoir and I’m intrigued.

6 – Because ever since my trip to India, I am fascinated over its culture and history and the people who make up this beautiful, vibrant country.

7 – I keep hearing whispers of this classic book and how entertaining it is. This copy is especially beautiful!

8 – I’m a sucker for picking out a Pulitzer book for my wish list.

9 – Because NYT recommends it in their top ten books of the year, and I trust their judgment.

10 – The scientist in me is fascinated, and Mukherjee is an excellent writer.

 

What books are you hoping will be under the Christmas tree? Comment below!

 

9 thoughts on “Ten Books I Wouldn’t Mind Santa Leaving Under My Tree

  1. Literary Wonderlands sounds like something I would LOVE. I recently read A Little History of Literature by John Sutherland and really enjoyed it, and this sounds like a bit of a similar idea. I’ll definitely have to add it to my TBR!

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