My bookshelf tour is finally here!!
After wanting to do this post for months, I finally got around to it. I can’t wait to share my bookshelf with you all today!
Like most bookworms, you could say I’m a little obsessed with my bookshelf. It’s my child, after all. I organize it frequently, get worried when it’s reaching over-capacity, and make sure only the best books make their way onto its shelves. 😉
There it is, in all its bookish glory. It does look really tall in this picture- in real life, I think it’s probably around five and a half feet tall. (It’s a little taller than me.)
I recently reorganized it by genre, making it a lot more organized than it was when it was more of a jumble of books. Let’s hop right into the tour! 🙂
Shelf #1: Classics & Fairytales
The top shelf is all classics and fairytales. I have some of my favorite classics, like Little Women, Jane Eyre, and the entire Anne series, and then books that are fairytales.
I love fairytales a little too much.
Favorite Book: Anne of Green Gables, by L.M. Montgomery
Shelf #2: Fantasy
The second shelf consists of mostly Harry Potter and Rick Riordan books. But, you know, it’s supposed to be a shelf for fantasy.
Favorite Book: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, by J.K. Rowling
Shelf #3: Fantasy Cont. & Realistic Fiction (Series)
I may like fantasy, but realistic fiction was my first love. Most of my childhood consisted of series like the Mysterious Benedict Society, Mother-Daughter Book Club, and Grace Lin books, just to name a few. I still enjoy having all these on my shelf, and I reread them often.
Favorite Book: Pies & Prejudice, by Heather Vogel Frederick
Shelf #4: Realistic Fiction (MG)
My fourth shelf is entirely dedicated to Middle Grade realistic fiction! Most of the books on this shelf are much too young for me now, but I love them anyway. They’re perfect for when I’m in a reading slump, and they still bring me enjoyment. (And they’re very colorful.)
Favorite Book: The Penultimate Peril, by Lemony Snicket
Shelf #5: Realistic Fiction (MG & YA)
My bottom shelf is MG realistic fiction continued, with a tiny bit of Young Adult fiction at the end. Most of the YA books I read were checked out from the library, so I haven’t built up much a collection yet. Oh, and there’s a tiny space for any new books I may get. 😉
Favorite Book: Since You’ve Been Gone, by Morgan Matson
And that concludes my bookshelf tour! I hope you enjoyed the peek into my shelf- I know I enjoyed reorganizing and sharing it with you all.
What does your shelf look like? Do we have a lot of the same books? Let’s chat in the comments!