Top Ten Tuesday


Today is Top Ten Tuesday – A weekly bookish list created by The Broke and the Bookish! This week’s topic is:

Top Ten Things Books Have Made Me Want to Learn/Do After Reading Them



  1. The Winnie the Horse Gentler series made me want to ride a horse.  I loved this series, and I actually learned a lot about horses while reading it.  This series made me wish I could own a horse and ride her through the fields.


2-4. Nancy Drew was the first series that made me really fall in love with mysteries.  These books have made me want to learn and do a lot of different things. Ever since reading my first Nancy Drew book, I’ve wished I could a) find a hidden passageway, b) learn Morse code, and c) solve mysteries – all while always looking flawless.


5. You all have no idea how much I wish Avonlea was real, and that I was living there.  Anne of Green Gables made me want to to time travel back to 1908, and live on a cozy farm like Green Gables.


6-7. Since You’ve Been Gone by Morgan Matson is such a fun book!  It made me want to go on a more personal adventure, and do something crazy that I would never do.  This book also made me really want to eat ice cream.  I love ice cream.


8. As someone who dances ballet, but is not a professional dancer, Bunheads really made me want to be in a ballet company.


9. The Christy Miller series really made me wish I lived in California on the beach!  The sun, sand, and surfing…ahh!  That would be so fun. 🙂


10. While I wouldn’t want to live in a time loop, how cool would it be to have a peculiarity like in Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children?


That’s it for this week’s Top Ten Tuesday!  Let me know what about yours in the comments. 🙂


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