Top 5 Books with One Word Titles


Hello everyone!

Top 5 Tuesday is a weekly meme created by Bionic Bookworm, and it’s now hosted by Meeghan Reads. If you’re interested in participating, check out their wonderful blog to get the details and the prompts for each week!

This week’s Top 5 Tuesday topic is Books with One Word Titles! This was a fun topic to write about because I actually have books that I can talk about. 

Beartown by Fredrik Backman – I’m currently working my way through my reread of this one and I’m enjoying it. I loved this book the first time I read it and I think I might end up enjoying it even more this time around because of how relevant it is. This book does deal with some heavy subject matter, so I’m taking my time with it, but I think it’s very well written and full of some characters that you can’t help but love.


Malamander by Thomas TaylorI read this book with the Middle Grade Marvels book club and I loved it so much. Eerie-on-Sea is such a great setting and the adventure in this story was full of twists and turns. I also loved Herbie and Violet, and I really need to pick up the rest of the series to see what adventures they go on next.


Broken by Jenny Lawson – I’m a big fan of The Bloggess and her sense of humour. This book deals with mental health but it also has so many laugh-out-loud moments in it. Jenny Lawson has a way of bringing a bit of light to heavy subject matter and it’s something I really appreciate. This book also features lots of Victor, which is always a bonus.


Twelfth by Janet Key – This middle grade mystery was a lot of fun to read. It was full of a diverse cast of characters and it took place at a theatre camp, which is usually a fun setting. I enjoyed the flashbacks in this story and trying to put all of the pieces together. I really hope this author writes more Shakespeare inspired middle grade mysteries since this one was so fun.


Crumbs by Dani Stirling – This coming-of-age graphic novel is so cute! I love the idea of baked goods with a touch of magic. I also love witchy books and this book was adorable. I loved the relationship between the characters and the cozy artwork style.


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