TGIF is a weekly theme hosted by Ginger over at Greads where you answer a weekly question and recap what happen that week. Feel free to join in if you want.
This weeks question:
Back to School Reading: Which books would you like to see in today's high school Literature classrooms?
One thing that really annoys me is when the literature teacher makes us read books because they are classic. Not that there is nothing wrong with classics (I really love classics) I just don't think we should read a book because it is considered a classic. I think we should read books that will teach us something. It doesn't matter if the book is a classic or not, just that the book can teach us something that we can use in life.
So, these are the books I have chosen for this weeks question.
What Happened to Goodbye: by Sarah Dessen
Pride and Prejudice: by Jane Austen
The Perks of Being a Wallflower: by Stephen Chbosky
Divergent: by Veronica Roth
What Happened this week:
Stacking The Shelves (6)
Review: Balthazar by Claudia Gray
Can't Wait Wednesday (8)
That's my TGIF for today.
Come back tommorow for a new Stacking the Shelves