Top Ten Books about Friendship

This week’s Top Ten Tuesday topic is FREEBIE, which means anything goes. And where did I decide to go? Friendship, one of my favorite topics.

However, before I go any further, I must thank my friend Jasmine for the post idea. Thanks, Jasmine!

Links go to my reviews!

1. Holes by Louis Sachar — You know what lifts a curse that’s affected two families for several generations? Friendship.

2. Big Mouth & Ugly Girl by Joyce Carol Oates — Matt gets accused of being a school terrorist, and Ursula is the only one who knows deep in her heart he didn’t do it. And, lo, a friendship is born.

3. Code Name Verity by Elizabeth Wein — “It’s like being in love, discovering your best friend.”

4. Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery — I’ll just leave this here:

 

5. Feeling Sorry for Celia by Jaclyn Moriarty — You know what helps you get through your best friend having a pretty thorough breakdown? Finding a new best friend to talk it out with.

6. Sharing Sam by Katherine Applegate — Greater love hath no friend than to let her dying best friend date the boy they’re both crushing on.

7. Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet by Jamie Ford — Henry has so many awesome friends in this book: Keiko, Sheldon, and even Mrs. Beatty. This book really shows how fostering relationships with people outside of the home can help so much when someone doesn’t have the support of his family.

8. Summer of My German Soldier by Bette Green — You know what makes a Jewish American girl help a German POW escape during WWII? Friendship.

9. Saving Francesca by Melina Marchetta — “I think I’m a bit in love with these girls. They make me feel giddy. Like I haven’t a care in the world. Like I’m fearless.”

10. Getting over Garrett Delaney — What’s the best way to get over a dumb boy that you call your best friend who keeps breaking your heart? Take direction from a bunch of awesome girls who show you the importance of having awesome lady friends.

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