This tag was created by Olivia Pope and I’ve decided to focus on YA books for my answers today. Tomorrow I’m doing another tea book tag but with Adult Fiction choices.
Breakfast Tea – A book that is a strong staple
The Princess Diaries by Meg Cabot
I read this when I was a teen and continue to reread it. I tend to recommend it to people who want something on the funny, fluffy side.
Earl Grey – A book that is classic and sophisticated but with a bit of a twist
Finishing School series by Gail Carriger
I love Gail Carriger’s Parasol Protectorate series for adults. This series is set in the same universe but before the events in Parasol Protectorate about a finishing school that trains female spies.
Chai Tea – An exotic book, set in a country different from your own
Strange the Dreamer by Laini Taylor
This one is set in a different fantasy world but also the city of Weep is based on Indian and other non-European cultures.
Peppermint Tea – An invigorating book
Audition by Stasia Ward Kehoe
This is written in verse which puts some people off but I really like it when it’s done well.
Green Tea – A refreshing and different kind of book
Dealing with Dragons by Patricia C. Wrede
This book made me laugh so much and I loved that it was about a princess who chooses to work for a dragon.
Assam Tea – A strong and rich read
The Fault in Our Stars by John Green
I really like John Green’s writing. It is smart and wise. Plus this book made me cry, twice.
Chamomile Tea – A cosy bedtime read
The Sun Is Also a Star by Nicola Yoon
There are tough topics discussed but ultimately this book is about love and hope.
Rose Tea – A flowery and gentle read
Keeping the Moon by Sarah Dessen
This was a recent reread for me and I enjoyed it even more the second time.
Milk – A book to take the edge off
Amy and Roger’s Epic Detour by Morgan Matson
This was the first Morgan Matson book I read and it does go into the deeper stuff but the focus is on the developing relationship between Amy and Roger.
Sugar – A sweet book
Dash and Lily’s Book of Dares by Rachel Cohn and David Levithan
This one is more of a Christmas and winter read but I tend to associate Christmas with sweet and this book also focuses on a developing relationship.
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