The Animal Crossing Book Tag

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Hello Everyone!

I was looking for a book tag to do, and I stumbled upon this tag on The Quirky Book Nerd’s Blog! I’ve never played Animal Crossing before, and I’m not too familiar with the game, or it’s characters, but my boyfriend is OBSESSED with Animal Crossing, so I figured that it might be a fun tag to do. I also want to give a shout-out to Bookish Things and Tea who created this tag.

Animal Crossing: Gamecube – A Classic That You Want to Read!

img_7047When I was younger, and before I got into blogging and Bookstagram, I use to think that I had to read a bunch of classics to be considered a true bookworm. Fortunately, I got over myself and decided that I can read whatever I want and still be considered a bookworm. That being said, one classic author that I want to read at some point is Jane Austen, and I especially want to read Pride and Prejudice because I’m curious about this Mr. Darcy that everyone is always talking about.


Animal Crossing: Wild World – Your Favourite Second Book in a Series!

img_7048As many of you may know, I am terrible when it comes to reading series. I have a habit of reading the first book and never getting around to the second book, even if I loved the first one. One series that I have been keeping up with is the Truly Devious series by Maureen Johnson, and I think that The Vanishing Stair was a phenomenal book that kept me on the edge of my seat the entire time.

Animal Crossing: City Folk – Your Favourite Book That is Set in a Large City!

img_7052Is it just me, or is it difficult to think of books that take place in large cities? I spent half an hour staring at my shelves, trying to think of a book for this prompt. Fortunately, the amazing The Field Guide to the North American Teenager by Ben Philippe jumped out at me. This book is about a teenager moving to Austin, Texas, and the city plays a big part in the story.

Animal Crossing: New Leaf – The Best New Release You’ve Read Recently!

img_7049I’ve read a lot of great new releases this year, but the most recent one I’ve read is Natalie Tan’s Book of Luck and Fortune by Roselle Lim. I loved the main character in this book, and I loved all the food descriptions. If you haven’t heard of this book, I recommend you check it out, because this book is amazing.

Isabelle – A Book That’s Been with You Through Thick and Thin!

img_7050I know that picking Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling is the cliché answer to this question, but I’m going to go with it anyway. Harry Potter is a series that I’ve been able to look back to for advice and comfort since I’ve read it. It’s full of inspiring characters and important life lessons that will never grow old.


Bells – A Book That’s Rich with Characters!

img_7051The Crazy Rich Asians trilogy by Kevin Kwan is full of characters. If you haven’t read this trilogy, be prepared to have a lot of characters thrown at you in a short amount of time. Fortunately, this trilogy is a blast to read, and the characters all have their quirks and personalities, that make this trilogy one of my favourites.

Pitfall – A Book That You Wouldn’t Mind Never Seeing Again!

img_7054I had a difficult time with this question because I haven’t read a lot of bad books. There have been plenty of books that I’ve disliked, but it wasn’t necessarily because they were bad, they just weren’t my cup of tea. One book that I really didn’t like was Looking for Alaska by John Green, I had incredibly high expectations going into it, and I ended up disappointed.

Fossil – Your Favourite History/Historical Fiction Book!

img_7053Even though I studied History at University and I’m fascinated by World War II, I haven’t read a lot of historical fiction. One book that I have read is All The Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr, which is a book that is beautiful both inside and out.





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