Students share favorite fall reads

Soledad Lee
Contributing Writer

During the spooky season, people are waiting for the leaves to change and that book they need to pull out for the most beautiful time. Here’s a few students’ favorite books to read during fall.

Sophomore Frances Baken’s favorite fall book is “Little Women” by Louisa May Alcott, because “it’s a feel-good kind of book, and it’s setting is in a cozy environment with the nature and home, there’s a family aspect that makes me feel nostalgic.”

Sophomore Ruby Coalier’s favorite is “The Thief of Always” by Clive Barker, because it’s her comfort book, and she’s read it every fall since sixth grade, and it always makes her happy to read. The characters have become her friends as she’s read the book so many times, she loves it because it is a comforting read that puts her in a relaxed mood.

Sophomore Adeline Hicks favorite is “The Witch’s Boy” by Kelly Barnhill because of how enchanting and spooky the story line is. It has witches, spells, bandits, and magical villages that make it spooky. Has a very Halloween mood, and very strong characters with a theme of friendship and mystery.

Sophomore Soledad Lee’s favorite fall read is “The Book Thief” by Markus Zusak because the way the setting is displayed and the cover reminds her of Fall, just overall a very good read.

Those are book recommendations and favorites for this time of year. Have fun reading!

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