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Neassa’s bookshelf

 Neassa’s bookshelf

I have a really big bookshelf in my room where I keep all of my books (that I don’t just borrow from Saoirse!).People often tell me that I have a weird bookshelf because I have a wide variety of books that I like on it.

I personally think that you can’t have a “weird” bookshelf as long as you have a bookshelf that is full of books that you love to read and show who you are as a reader. Whether you love to be on edge with a thriller or love to settle down with a laugh - a - minute comedy, your bookshelf should show everyone this.

I thought that it would be fun to write a post where I told aloof you what’s on my bookshelf. I really like all of these books right now so this is really what kind of books I like. I would be delighted if you could tell me one of the books on your bookshelf in the comments!

  1. Skulduggery Pleasant books

I have almost the entire Skulduggery Pleasant series on my bookshelf and I‘m always re-reading them because they are my favourite books. I love these books because they have a mix of fighting, darkness and humour. 

They are about a skeleton detective and his young sidekick trying to stop people from exposing magic to the world.They fight monsters, go against evil villains and foil evil plans to kill the world.

  1. Hetty Feather books

I have three of the Hetty Feather books on my shelf as well. I’ve read them all before and am currently in the process of collecting them to read again. I really enjoy these books because they show me what it would be like if I grew up in a different part of the world.

These books are about a girl called Hetty Feather who lives in a children’s home where she is taught how to be a perfect servant. Hetty soon realises that a servant's life isn’t for her and starts to make her own way in the world.

  1. The Wizards of Once

I have all of the Wizards of once books on my bookshelf as well. I have them all, but have only read the first one as of right now. I really like these books because they are about putting our differences aside and working together against the forces of evil.

They are about a princess and a chief’s son whose kingdoms hate each other. But when a seemingly extinct evil creature, they have to work together to save their kingdoms, their families and their friends.

Demon Dentist

Demon Dentist is my favourite Davd Walliams book because it is a little bit scary and it’s really fun to try and figure out what's going to happen. I like it because I can read it again and again and it always means something else to me.

This book is about a boy who hasn’t been to the dentist in years and is very suspicious of them all. When a new dentist arrives in town, he is sure that she is behind aloof he strange happenings in his town.

The Taylor Turbochaser

The Taylor Turbochaser is another book on my bookshelf. This is my favourite David Baddel book because it shows that it doesn’t matter if your a girl or a boy, disabled or not you can still chase your dreams.

This book is about a girl in a wheelchair who loves cars. She has a dream of becoming a racing driver but it’s going to be difficult. Her dad is a professional race car builder who doesn’t like her love of cars, so she sets out to show him she can do it if she puts her mind to it.

These are my favourite books on my bookshelf. I would be delighted if you could tell me your favourite books on your bookshelf in the comments.

Happy Reading 

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