See also 31 Books That Will Restore Your Faith in Humanity
We Should All Be Feminists - Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
A Bear Called Paddington - Michael Bond (see my review)
Am I Normal Yet? - Holly Bourne
Bodyguard series - Chris Bradford
Finding Cherokee Brown - Siobhan Durham
Matilda - Roald Dahl
Milk and Honey - Rupi Kaur
More Than This - Patrick Ness
The Rest of Us Just Live Here - Patrick Ness
Wonder - R.J. Palacio (see my review)
Eleanor & Park - Rainbow Rowell
Harry Potter series - J.K Rowling 1/7
Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe - Benjamin Alire Saenz
I Capture the Castle - Dodie Smith
This One Summer - Jillian Tamaki and Mariko Tamaki
Crongton Knights - Alex Wheatle
The Art of Being Normal - Lisa Williamson
3 1/7 of 27 (although I'm not really sure how many books make up the Harry Potter franchise these days, is it just the seven original novels? Or does the newer stuff count too?)
It's always amazing to see more books that I've never heard of. And a bit depressing really. But it should be mood boosting shouldn't it? Look at all these extra great books I've never heard of, but I'm sure I'm already well into the realm that I won't ever finish the books I want to read before I die.
People going on adventures always improves my mood. I'm not sure about books that are intentionally trying to cheer me up.
I did get a book for my son called "10% Happier." He commented that 10% wasn't a great deal, but I guess that depends where you are starting.
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