Updated: Jul 15
Hey, bumblebees! I hope you enjoy this post and receive some great reading recommendations
1. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire by J.K Rowling
I truly loved this book because of the action between characters and how everyone had a hidden secret that the book slowly uncovered, for example, the dark past of the Durmstrang headmaster but I will not give away any spoilers. The journey through the Triwizard tournament shows all the hard work and effort put in by all of the Triwizard champions while still highlighting their differences and similarities.
2. The Tales of the Beedle the Bard by J.K Rowling
I know this may not classify as a book completely as it is only a couple hundred pages long but it really made me feel as though I am sitting in the Hogwarts library at a desk reading amazing classic magical stories.
3. Wonder by R.J. Palacio
I am sure you have heard of the book and movie wonder, it was the top book in the children's reading list a couple of years ago. Whilst reading the book Wonder I felt sorrowful, excited, worried and pleased all in one story. It is about a boys' life through his ups and downs but the boy has facial differences from others, bumping all his problems up a thousand levels.
4. Amal Unbound by Aisha Saeed
This book is not as popular as some of the other books but it is truly a very inspirational and a book that fills you all up with hope. It is about a girl who fights for her right to education and freedom after leaving her home to earn money to feed and help her family. I read this book quite a while ago but it has really stuck with me through knowing that Aisha Saeed thought of this by making roots through her true stories like the inspiration from Malala Yousafzai and her home-town setting.
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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire - Harry Potter, Bloomsbury
The Tales of Beedle the Bard - Amazon
Wonder - Wikipedia
Amal Unbound - GoodReads