Friday Fives | “School” Books

Posted August 22, 2020 by TheNonbinaryLibrarian in friday favorites, mini reviews / 0 Comments

I started #FridayFavorites back when I started up the blog again and wanted to make sure I kept at least one regular post a week. This was, of course, before I knew there were others out there. But I decided to keep it, especially since I have the whole year planned out.

In honor of school starting soon (at least where I live), today’s topic involves books that are set in or around school, or have characters who are in school. Side note: I think whatever is best for you and your family during this strange Covid time, is what you should do. But I also think we should listen to doctors and scientists (who are trained in infectious diseases and the like) and have more social programs in place to help parents make the best decision.

On with the books!

This book is completely adorable!! Melissa knows she’s a girl and more than anything she wants to play Charlotte from Charlotte’s Web in her school’s upcoming play. But everyone else see’s Melissa as George.

A coming of age story of a girl, Cath, who goes off to college trying to maker her own way without her twin sister by her side.

Such an adorable young adult romance that takes place in the city of love. Anna goes off to boarding school in Paris and while she befriends a group of friends, she can’t stop thinking of Étienne.

Murder is always a great topic to focus on for your senior capstone project. Or at least it is for Pip because she doesn’t believe that Andie was killed by Sal. She doesn’t care what the town thinks nor does she really care when it seems the person responsible is coming after her now.

A hauntingly beautiful story of family and the secrets we keep. The story of a young girl trying to be what everyone wants her to be, while longing to be her own person.

Happy Reading Darlings!

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