2) Cress by Marissa Meyer-- Again, this is part of a series I am currently reading that I really hope lives up to the first 1/3 of the first book. Heh. In all seriousness, Meyer is a great story-weaver, and these books seem perfect for a day on the beach.
great rainy day read... so I'm sure it will be a great beach read as well. I can't wait
to re read it.
4) The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Juster-- I'll admit it, I love this book, and whenever I need a comforting book to read, I read this one. It's just so quirky, and it makes you think. I love the characters, and thier growth. The world is so weird, and a bit Wonderland-esque. I love all of it.
5) The Hobbit by J. R. R. Tolkien-- Another of my absolute favorites, I don't see how the Hobbit could not be on anyone's list! It's the perfect, cozy, read to curl up with no matter where you are.
7) An Abundance of Katherines -- The only John Green book I've read is TFIOS, but I think I'd like to read more of his works. An Abundance of Katherines looked like as good a place as any to start.
8) Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins-- This book has quite a few reccomedations from quite a few people, so I'd like to take a peek at it. It sounds light and fluffy... the perfect type of book for a beach read.
9) Graffity Moon by Cath Crowley-- I saw this cover, and knew instantly I wanted to read the story between the two covers. It sounds like a really eye-opening story that would be an interesting read.
10) Mystic City by Theo Lawrence-- This book is my final pick because it came highly reccomended to me from a friend. It's been on my TBR pile for a while, and I hope that I finally get around to reading it.