20 One-Sentence Recommendations For The 20 Best Books I've Ever Read

20 One-Sentence Recommendations For The 20 Best Books I've Ever Read

If you love to read, then here's a list of some of the best books I've ever read.

If you love to read, then here's a list of some of the best books I've ever read:

1. Hunger Games series by Suzanne Collins

I’m sure most people have at least heard of, if not actually seen the movies, but the books are a million times better.

2. Divergent series by Veronica Roth

Very similar to the Hunger Games, but just as good, if not better.

3. Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs

Another good series and the first book will always be my favorite.

4. Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher

Way better than the Netflix series.

5. The Fault in our stars by John Green

Sad, sad, sad.

6. Wake series by Lisa McMann

I read this series when I was a freshman in high school, but I highly recommend.

7. This Star Won't Go Out by Esther Earl

Written by the girl and her family that "The Fault in Our Stars" is about.

8. Truth or Dare by Jacqueline Green

Super suspenseful.

9. Every Day by David Levithan

Super good, though confusing at first, you’ll catch on.

10. The Soloist by Steve Lopez

A true story.

11. Panic by Lauren Oliver

I’ve read this a few times, it's very suspenseful and thrilling.

12. Everything, Everything by Nicola Yoon

Super, super, super good, a beautiful love story.

13. The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton

The movie is just as good as the book.

14. To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee

Probably the only book I actually liked that we were forced to read in high school.

15. Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare

I love Shakespeare.

16. Hatchet by Gary Paulsen

It’s about a young boy who learns to survive in Canada during winter by himself.

17. Macbeth by William Shakespeare

Favorite Shakespeare play.

18. Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur

Great poems.

19. Neverland by Anna Katmore

It feeds the crush we all had (or still have) on Peter Pan.

20. The Princess Saves Herself In This One by Amanda Lovelace

Another great poem book.

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10 Must-See Shots From Down In Coachella Valley

These will make you regret that you weren't there; or make you irritated that you just can't afford tickets

The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival is arguably one of the most hyped up music festivals of all time. Certainly festival classics like Woodstock make Coachella look like a mere millennial blowout, but the fashion, music, and art on display over these three weekends in Indio, California is unlike any other. Many say that the beloved annual festival is all about social media status and the killer photos that come with the desert experience, so here are some of my favorite shots from weekend two.

1. @lindsaymariebrewer

2. @graysondolan

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Another year here with you 🎡🎵 @zackkalter #REVOLVEfestival @revolve
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4. @lizakoshy

gotta run to see beyoncé. ill cardi b there.
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5. @jamescharles

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6. @laurenelizabeth

Aaaaand we’re out 🌵 #RevolveFestival @revolve
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7. @bryant

Day 3 at Coachella ✅ Had a blast meeting so many new people this weekend!
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8. @kercardoso

QUE #SquadUnico é esse Brasil? 😱❤️ que orgulho de ter todas vocês com a @unicobr na #UnicoHouseCoachella! sem palavras para a nossa sintonia, profissionalismo e autenticidade, cada uma com sua identidade ⭐️💖⭐️ @brenda @liviabrasilc @agatha @marinaferrarig click @karinecamposs
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9. @bryant

Day 1 at Coachella ✅ Gonna be shooting again saturday + sunday- find me! 📸
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10. @claudiasulewski

the guy in the top right corner is a big mood🤸🏻♂️ #revolvefestival wearing @lpa @revolve
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Living vicariously through these festival goers can get us through this Monday, right? I sure hope so.

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Top 5 Favorite Childhood Cartoons

"What's up, Doc?"

Do you remember watching cartoons when you were young? You would wake up on Saturdays and eat your breakfast while watching your favorite toon. I remember quite well because I would wake up super early to catch my favorite cartoon before I went to school or even the weekends. Well, if you remember that feeling of watching the opening of your favorite cartoon(s), then get ready to go down memory lane and feel that feeling again. I am about to list some of my favorite cartoons and maybe you will relate.

1)Tom and Jerry – It is the classic cat and mouse cartoon. Tom, the cat trying to catch and make a meal out of Jerry, the clever mouse. It will never get old and will remain a classic for a long, long time.If you ask anyone what their favorite cartoon was or is, it will most likely be this one.

2)Looney Toons – “What’s up, Doc?” This is the most popular phrase of all time and associated with this series, spoken by Bugs Bunny. Let’s not forget Daffy, Tweety, Tasmanian Devil, Porky Pig, and more. These characters will have you laughing until your stomach hurts. If you are a true fan of cartoons, then you will never forget this. This animated series has even though funny but they did portray some societal issues through their characters in a clever way.

3)Courage the Cowardly Dog – Who can forget the pink dog who is paranoid and lands himself in weird situations on the farm he lives on with his owners, Eustace and Muriel. He is always saving them from freaky creatures on the farm. If you were young and watched this, you were surely scared because the creatures were very freaky looking but you cheered Courage on to save his owners.

4)Arthur – You remember this show because you probably did not have cable. So one of the channels you could access was PBS Kids. This boy dealt with everything a child his age dealt with like: homework, friends, school, and annoying little sisters. This series aired in the morning and afternoon so you know you were skipping doing your homework to watch what Arthur and his friends were up to this episode.

5)The Powerpuff Girls – The trio sisters with super powers, Blossom, Buttercup, and Bubbles who were created by Professor Utonium in a lab. They save Townsville from villains like Mojo Jojo, Him, and Gangreen Gang. Also, you and friends argued over who was Blossom, Buttercup, and Bubbles, Personally, I loved Bubbles!

Well, there you go! These are my top 5 favorite animated series, which make me happy everytime, I watched them. I still do when they air on their respective channels like PBS Kids, Cartoon Network, and Boomerang.

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