Nov 14, 2017

Top Ten Tuesday-Books I Want My Future Kids to Read

Hey Book Bloggians! 😄

Today I am linking up with Top Ten Tuesday to bring you some of my favorite childhood books that I would want to share with my future kids someday, so let's get into it! 😊  

The Chronicles of Narnia (Chronicles of Narnia, #1-7)

The first books series I would definitely have my future kids read is The Chronicles of Narnia by C. S. Lewis. Me and everyone I knew grew up reading this series and I feel like I would be a failure as a Mom if I didn't make them read this series cuz it is amazing. 😊

The Mother-Daughter Book Club (The Mother-Daughter Book Club, #1)

I haven't even finished reading this series yet, but it is SO GOOD. If I had a daughter one day, I would totally make her read this series with me to foster a love of reading. And the characters and their moms are just so great and relateable and this series is just so fun and ugh I just love it I want my future daughter to love it too. 😍

The Name of This Book Is Secret (Secret, #1)

I listened to the audiobook of the second book of this series which I almost never do, but it was really good! It had background music, a whole cast of different readers to do the different characters, and it works so well with the way the book is written and it would be so fun for kids. I found myself wishing that I listened to this series when I was younger so I could appreciate it more, but if I have my own kids someday, I am totally making them listen to this series on audiobook. It would be great for a road trip or something. 😉

Junie B. Jones and the  Stupid Smelly Bus (Junie B. Jones, #1)

My grandma sent me these books when I was in elementary school and I loved them. I've read every single one. I would definitely introduce these to my future kids someday. They are so cute and fun to read.

Dinosaurs Before Dark (Magic Tree House, #1)

I think this was probably this first series that really got me to love reading. They are such great kids books and I would always check them out at the school library every time I went. They are so fun and action packed and I remember always wanting to know what happened next.

The Door in the Dragon's Throat (The Cooper Kids Adventures, #1)

I first discovered this amazing series in fourth grade when my teacher read this first book to us in class. They are so suspenseful and I loved them! It would be amazing to share them with my own kids someday.

Millie's Unsettled Season (A Life of Faith: Millie Keith #1)

This is a historical fiction series that I got for Christmas from my uncle when I was eight. At first I wasn't interested in them so I waited until I was a little older to read them, but once I started them I loved them.

Little House on the Prairie (Little House, #2)

This is another series that one of my teachers read to my class, but I can't remember which teacher it was. 😂 I grew up on these books, and I also really loved watching the TV show.

Found (The Missing, #1)

This book is the first in the Missing Series, a series about time travel by Margaret Peterson Haddix, and I read it when I was in sixth grade because it was on the Battle of the Books list (a competitive book club type thing that my school district had) and I LOVED it! I finally finished the last book in the series recently and I would totally let my kids read this, it is one of my favorites. It could also be a really good way to get them interested in history. (I like to think of this series as kind of like a little more grown up Magic Tree House.😉)

Peter and the Starcatchers (Peter and the Starcatchers, #1)

Okay, pretty much anything I have read by Ridley Pearson is amazing! ESPECIALLY this series. (And the Kingdom Keepers, which I am reading now and I also really love) This series is a Peter Pan retelling and I LOVE it! I think as I've mentioned before, I grew up loving Peter Pan, and I am so making my future kids read this! 😂

What are some books that you would make your future kids read? Can you believe Thanksgiving is next Thursday already? Time is flying by so fast!


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