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top ten tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created at The Broke and the Bookish. The feature was created because The Broke and Bookish are particularly fond of lists (as are we!). Each week a new Top Ten list topic is given and bloggers can participate.

 Today’s Topic: Top Authors We’ve Only Read One Book From But NEED to Read More

The one book was so good, we need to get our hands on more!

Ricki

1. Classic: Harper Lee

I know I am cheating, but really, why can’t she write more books? I would read them all!

2. Professional Development: Kelly Gallagher

I loved Readicide, and I hear that Deeper Reading is more practical and useful, so I need to get my hands on it!

3. Young Adult: Janne Teller

I thought Nothing was absolutely brilliant. I would love to read more books by her, but I am afraid of being disappointed! I hold her in such high esteem!

4. Children’s: Deborah Wiles

Now that I’ve discovered Freedom Summer, I am eager to read Revolution and her other books.

5. Adult: Anne Lamott

Bird by Bird is a great book that has stuck with me through the years. I’ve heard from many people that Operating Instructions is a great book for new moms. You hear that, Kellee? That is us!

Honorable Mention (because I feel inadequate if I don’t do what Kellee does): R. J. Palacio. I didn’t include a middle grade author because I was only allowed five selections, but I loved Wonder and would love to read more!

Kellee

1. Matt de la Pena

I have met Matt de la Pena a few times, and he is such a nice and intelligent person. I have only read The Living though, so I know I need to read all of his books (and I know Ricki loves them as well).

2. Michael Harmon

Under the Bridge has been a pretty big hit with my 8th grade boys over the last couple of years (and I liked it too), so I would love to see what his other books are like.

3. Leslea Newman

October Mourning was beautiful. I look forward to reading more by her.

4. Markus Zusak

Although I have read The Book Thief, I hear often that I should read I Am the Messenger.

5. Allan Wolf

The Watch That Ends the Night is one of my favorite novels-in-verse, and when I met Allan Wolf I loved his passion. I will definitely be reading more of his books.

Honorable Mentions. Jay Asher, Guadalupe Garcia McCall, Gary Schmidt, Meg Rosoff, Patricia McCormick

Which authors are you interested in reading more of? 

RickiSig and Signature

 

7 Responses to Top Ten Tuesday: Top Authors We’ve Only Read One Book From But NEED to Read More

  1. Yes, I need to read more Deborah Wiles! I also have a lot of Maggie Stiefvater to get through…

  2. Everyone keeps mentioning Jay Asher today. I think that means I should probably pick one of his books up. This was a really great list.

  3. Jill the OWL says:

    I read I Am the Messenger. It is kinda different. I ended up liking it, but it’s pretty different.

  4. I have Revolution sitting right on my shelf, waiting to be read! I need to get to it. And, yes, Operating Instructions is a must-read for any new mom!

    Sorry to break this to you, Rcki, but Harper Lee is in her 90’s now in a nursing home with dementia 🙁 We will have to be satisfied with To Kill a Mockingbird (one of my all-time favorites!).

    Great lists!

    Sue

    Book By Book

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