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It’s officially time for school to start, so this curious wannabe fae wants to know: what is a book you enjoyed that takes place at a school?
Well, it’s obvious that schools start a few weeks earlier in other parts of the country than they do in New York, but I’m always game for books that are set in schools!
The first book that I recall reading that was set in a school was probably the Harry Potter series (by she who must not be named). However, there have been a lot of really great books set in schools that I’ve read since then.
The Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan was set in a school (at least for part of the book), and I was surprised at how much I enjoyed the story!
Another amazing book was With the Fire on High by one of my new favorite authors, Elizabeth Acevedo.
The majority of another one of my favorite books of 2020 so far takes place in a school. You know I wasn’t going to skip yet another chance to shout aboutYou Should See Me in a Crown by Leah Johnson, right?
And how could I forget We Set the Dark on Fire by Tehlor Kay Mejia, which starts out at the Medio School for Girls?
Wow, I thought this was going to be a tough one to find books for, but instead I’m inundated with awesome books that took place in schools, and actually had to be reasonable and not wind up including a ton of books.
What books would you include?
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