Planning My Summer Reading!

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Hey, book worms! It’s Lora.

I’m more than happy now because my main exams are over and I won’t be stressed and anxious all the time! I’m currently waiting for my results. I’ve got my fingers crossed and I’m hoping that everything will be okay. (btw yesterday I found a lucky four-leaf clover, so that’s a good sign) The last exam for the season is my English PET Cambridge exam which is on 9th and 10th June.

At the moment I’m trying to focus on relaxation and getting enough rest, so I started planning my summer reading and listing all of the books I would like to read. There are some which I’ve been wanting to read for a long time and others which I’ve just discovered. My summer 2017 will definitely include spending time in the local library and exploring its endless shelves full of wonderful books. Here’s a list of some of them:

wtj.jpg 1. “Wreck This Journal” – Keri Smith

This journal includes different instructions on how to fill in the pages, make a mess or just destroy it. Poking holes into the paper, taking a shower with the book or spilling coffee all over it are only some of the fun activities which you can do. It’s not much of a book to read but a book to experience. At the moment I really need something like this to help me relieve the stress and keep me busy. I’m DEFINITELY buying this one next week as I can’t wait to destroy it and go through the journey. 🙂 The picture below shows what someone’s journal looks like before and after the transformation! I love it!

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8726915 2. “Billionaire Boy”- David Walliams

I’ve already bought this book but I didn’t have the time to read it. I’ll be reading it in English, not in Bulgarian, because I want to practice my English skills and enlarge my vocabulary. The book tells the story of a twelve-year-old boy whose name is Joe Spud. He has everything you can possibly imagine except a friend. But everything changes when he finds someone who likes him for who he is, not for what he has. I’m excited to read the story because I’ve read David Walliams’s “Demon Dentist” and it was one of the funniest books ever!

 

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11387515 3.”Wonder”- R.J. Palacio

“I won’t describe what I look like. Whatever you’re thinking, it’s probably worse.

The book is about Auggie who was born with a facial deformity. He’s about to start 5th grade in a new school and it’s really hard for him to be the outsider in his class. The reviews which I’ve read about “Wonder” on Goodreads are awesome and the story sounds really interesting, so I’ll try to read it this summer.

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8238711ffb48cd6eaa51b5b7dfda495e 4. “13 Reasons Why” – Jay Asher

The book tells the story of Hannah Baker who committed suicide. She records several cassette tapes before she dies and sends them to his classmate Clay Jensen. Hannah’s voice tells him that there are thirteen reasons (13 people) why she decided to end her life and he is one of them.

“13 Reasons Why” is definitely in my ”must read” list for summer 2017. I’ve heard and read so many opinions about it and I just want to figure it out for myself. The Netflix series made me want to read it even more as I enjoy reading the story first and then, seeing the film. It will be a nice reminder for me that every single action affects somebody else’s life.

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16068905.jpg 5. “Fangirl” – Rainbow Rowell

Some people say that Rainbow Rowell’s writing style is similar to Jennifer Niven’s, so I’ll probably enjoy it. I liked the author’s review of the book which you can see here. It’s about a girl, Cath, who is a big fan of the star Simon Snow since she was a little child. Her twin sister, Wren, has grown away from the fandom and doesn’t want Cath to be her roommate while they’re in college. But Cath can’t let go and she has to conquer her fears all on her own. I’ll try to find “Fangirl” in the library as I’m not willing to buy it. I hope I’ll enjoy it as much as “All The Bright Places”.


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This is just a small part of my Summer 2017 Reading List. I’m planning to spend a lot of time reading during the vacation, so I’ll be sharing with you my reviews, ratings and opinions. I know that I haven’t done the Book Worm Rating since last July which is so bad. I’ll do my best to start writing the series again. If you have any book recommendations, I would love to see them in the comment section below. And whether you’re searching for more book worm content, you can find it here: Reading Spot! Wishing you a lovely day!

xoxo, Lora

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About Lora Veleva

Hello, world! I'm Lora and this is my blog. I am a 13-year-old hip-hop dancer with a passion for reading. Inhaling music. Exhaling art. Here you will read about my adventures in life. So what are you waiting for? Have fun, explore and enjoy! :)

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