giovanamedeiros
giovanamedeiros:

My sister suggested me to read "Code Name Verity" (actually she MADE ME READ THIS BOOK AND I THINK SHE WOULD’VE HURT ME IF I DIDN’T). It took me a while to finish it ,but it was worth it, and I’m glad she insisted so much.
It’s a beautiful book about friendship (and badass girls), and most of the characters are female! So cool.
so, here a little illustration of Julie and Maddie that I dedicate to my sister!  <3

giovanamedeiros:

My sister suggested me to read "Code Name Verity" (actually she MADE ME READ THIS BOOK AND I THINK SHE WOULD’VE HURT ME IF I DIDN’T). It took me a while to finish it ,but it was worth it, and I’m glad she insisted so much.

It’s a beautiful book about friendship (and badass girls), and most of the characters are female! So cool.

so, here a little illustration of Julie and Maddie that I dedicate to my sister!  <3

gobookyourself

gobookyourself:

The Book Thief by Markus Zusak (Part 1)

You love The Book Thief so much we’re doing two posts! Here’s the first:

Code Name Verity by Elizabeth Wein for a moving wartime friendship

Stay Where You Are and Then Leave by John Boyne for a child trying to make sense of war

The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafon for a story where books hold the answer

Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close by Jonathan Safran Foer for hope against the odds

(for minivinnie, phantasticdanosaur, shadowofemirates)