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Every week I will pick a quote from a book I read, am reading, or that is my favourite, and share it with you all through this post.

Weekly Quote for Week 9-2021 ~ How to be Popular by Meg Cabot

Weekly Quote for Week 9-2021 ~ How to be Popular by Meg Cabot

How to Be Popular, Red, Letters, Meg Cabot, How to Be Popular, Young Adult, Romance, Humour“I think we’re given multiple chances to meet multiple soulmates. Sure, you could meet a soulmate in highschool. But that doesn’t mean if you don’t act on it, you’ll never meet anyone else. You will, just at a time that’s more convenient for you.”

Weekly Quote for Week 8-2021 ~ Catching Jordan by Miranda Kenneally

Weekly Quote for Week 8-2021 ~ Catching Jordan by Miranda Kenneally

Catching Jordan, Romance, Young Adult, Football Field, Helmet, Girl, Boy, Holding Hands, Miranda Kenneally, Hundred Oaks“Yo, guys,” Ty says, peering down into the stroller. “What the hell is that thing? Satan’s spawn?”
“You’d better watch it!” Henry says. He puts on a serious face, throws an arm around my shoulders, and pulls me in close. “That’s our child you’re talking about.”
Ty smiles, then looks at Jerry Rice. “Its eyes are seriously creeping me out. And I knew something was going on between you two.”
“You’re right,” Henry says. “Woods is my husband, and I’m her wife.”

Weekly Quote for Week 7-2021 ~ Field Notes on Love by Jennifer E. Smith

Weekly Quote for Week 7-2021 ~ Field Notes on Love by Jennifer E. Smith

Field Notes on Love, Young Adult, Cute, Blue Cover, Hearts“Love is… I don’t know. Something bigger than that. It’s like the sun.”
“In that you can get burnt by it?”
“No,” she says wearily, but already her eyes have that starry quality they get whenever she’s thinking of Alex. “In that it makes everything brighter and happier. And it warms you from the inside out.”

Weekly Quote for Week 6-2021 ~ Matilda by Roald Dahl

Weekly Quote for Week 6-2021 ~ Matilda by Roald Dahl

Roald Dahl, Matilda, Girl, Books, Reading“The books transported her into new worlds and introduced her to amazing people who lived exciting lives. She went on olden-day sailing ships with Joseph Conrad. She went to Africa with Ernest Hemingway and to India with Rudyard Kipling. She travelled all over the world while sitting in her little room in an English village.”

Weekly Quote for Week 5-2021 ~ Fang Girl by Helen Keeble

Weekly Quote for Week 5-2021 ~ Fang Girl by Helen Keeble

Fang GIrl, Vampires, Humour, Young Adult, Teeth, Water, Glass, Helen Keeble“Dad got me a … guinea pig?”
“For breakfast,” Zack said. “That’s why I named her Toast. You aren’t going to eat her, are you?”
“No!”
“Woot!” Zack hugged the cage to his chest, carrying it off in the direction of his bedroom. “I hope you don’t want to eat Marmalade or Sugar Puff either!”
“Marma– oh, never mind.”

Weekly Quote for Week 3-2021 ~ Megan Meade’s Guide to the McGowan Boys

Weekly Quote for Week 3-2021 ~ Megan Meade’s Guide to the McGowan Boys

Megan Meade's Guide to the McGowan Boys, Legs, Girl, Skirt, Pants, Flipflops ,Young Adult, Romance, Family, Brothers, Kate Brian“Finally Doug broke the stalemate and looked at Megan.
“Thanks a lot,” he said sarcastically. Then he yanked off his plastic gloves, tossed them at her feet, and stormed away.
Finn let out a sigh as he gazed after his brother. “You know, my parents really should have stopped with me.”

Weekly Quote for Week 2-2021 ~ Anna and the French Kiss

Weekly Quote for Week 2-2021 ~ Anna and the French Kiss

“A moment of reserve. “That was it? The whole story?”
“Yes. God, you’re right. That was pants.”
I sidestep another aggressive couscous vendor. “Pants?”
“Rubbish. Crap. Shite.”
Pants. Oh heavens, that’s cute.”

Weekly Quote for Week 53-2020 ~ The Secret Island

Weekly Quote for Week 53-2020 ~ The Secret Island

The Island, The Secret Series, Enid Blyton, Children's Books, Mystery, Boat, Lake/Sea, Children, Island, Clouds, Adventure“The little island seemed to float on the dark lake-waters. Trees grew on it, and a little hill rose in the middle of it. It was a mysterious island, lonely and beautiful. All the children stood and gazed at it, loving it and longing to go to it. It looked so secret – almost magic.
“Well,” said Jack at last. “What do you think? Shall we run away, and live on the secret island?”
“Yes!” whispered all the children.
“Let’s!”