It’s a gloomy, rainy day and you’re life source has been sucked out. The only thing that can help you now is a good cup of tea and a great book. So here we are, as usual, helping you out. Here is a list of 5 books that we believe are perfect reads for a rainy day:
#1 Landline by Rainbow Rowell
Raven: This is such a relaxing and sweet read. Neal will warm you up, paint on your walls and cook delicious food for you. What more do you need right?
Beez: Landline will make your heart go loosey-goosey and Neal will warm your socks all the way up your heart. I’ve read this book twice and I am never going to stop reading this. It’s the perfect book to clutch close to your heart and get trapped into. And the ending will get you trembling with happiness.
#2 The terrible thing that happened to Barnaby Brocket by John Boyne
Raven: Barnaby Brocket is adorable! His journey is refreshing and the people he meets make you want to travel the world.
Beez: Oh this book is wonderful. It’ll warm your insides with Barnaby’s quirky journey and the amazing characters he meets on his way and you’ll smile like there’s sunshine in this world.
#3 Giant Days by John Allison
Raven: This graphic novel will make you laugh a LOT! It’s perfect for rainy days. You can finish it all really fast and you will never be satisfied because you will keep craving for more of these wonderful characters. This book is like being on drugs. (The series is ongoing)
Beez: Another book with so many wonderful and fun characters and hilarious parts that will very much thaw your heart (and also an actual line in the book). This book is a graphic novel so you have art to go along with it. It’ll make you laugh till tears well up in your eyes.
#4 Between the lines by Jodi Picoult and Samantha Van Leer
Raven: The most sweetest and adorablest (I made that word from scratch) book in the whole world. I remember waking up and finishing it off in an hour! So good. Oliver will make you smile.
Beez: What’s better than a fairy tale on a rainy day? With illustrations. And an adorable prince and a girl protagonist full of agency (that she uses) and wonderfulness.
#5 Stargirl by Jerry Spinelli
Raven: I haven’t read this yet but it sounds like something I would read on a gloomy day.
Beez: Stargirl is like a magical book without any actual magic. It’s beautifully refreshing and it’s perfect for a rainy day.
Tell us yours in the comment below or paste a link of your post for us to check it out AND PLEASE TELL US YOUR FAVORITE KIND OF TEA!
P.S. My (Beez) favorite tea at the moment is Peach tea. I love fruit teas. Raven isn’t big on tea but due to my persistence in asking she has revealed it to be black tea- I don’t like black tea *frown*.
This is Raven and Beez,