Ten Books That I Could Re-Read Forever

Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January 2018. It’s all about love of lists, love of literature and bringing bookish people together.

This week’s list is all about the books that we could re-read. As I was thinking of this list, I found it funny how many are children’s books/middle grade stories. It just shows how awesome they really are!

Harry Potter- J.K Rowling

Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (Harry Potter, #1)

I could cheat and totally use the 7 books for this list and only think of 3 more! I absolutely adored this series and I’ll always have a place in my heart for it!

Matilda- Roald Dahl


I could reread this book every year and not get bored. I’m reading it for the kid-lit feature that I do with my sister, Beth, this month and I’m super excited.

George’s Marvellous Medicine- Roald Dahl

George's Marvellous Medicine

always read this book to my class. It’s another annual read!

The Witches- Roald Dahl

The Witches

I have reread this book several times and I’m sure I will again.

The BFG- Roald Dahl


Likewise with the other Roald Dahl books, I’m sure I’ll read this again sometime soon.

To Kill A Mockingbird- Harper Lee

To Kill a Mockingbird

Love this classic. I can imagine I’ll read it again (and again!)

Goodnight Mister Tom- Michelle Magorian

Goodnight Mister Tom

A gorgeous book.

Lord Of The Flies- William Golding

Lord of the Flies

I’ve read this more than once that’s for sure.

P.S. I Love You- Cecelia Ahern

PS, I Love You

Adorable book. I still love it!

Simon Vs The Homo Sapiens Agenda- Becky Albertalli

Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda

I haven’t reread it yet, but I know I will.

How about you? What can you re-read over and over again? Let me know! Feel free to leave a link to your post and I’ll stop by!

73 thoughts on “Ten Books That I Could Re-Read Forever

  1. I’ve seen the film adaptation for “P.S. I Love You,” but never read the book. Seeing it on your list though is making me think I should perhaps take a look at it, maybe try to read it and then re-watch the film. Since it’s been a while since I watched it, I might be able to get away with a read post seeing the film. 🙂

    Happy Top Ten Tuesday!

  2. It’s nice to see all the Roald Dahl love! My absolute favourite of his is Fantastic Mr. Fox, but I was also obsessed with Matilda, The Enormous Crocodile, The Twits, and George’s Marvelous Medicine.

  3. I have read TKAM, PS:I Love You and Simon. I enjoyed all 3 though I don’t think I would reread them. I don’t usually reread books though I have been thinking of doing that with some of my favorite titles that I read a while back and don’t remember too much.

  4. Great books. I’ve debated putting To Kill A Mockingbird on there but I’ve not actually re-read it yet, so even though it’s on my favourites list, I decided against it. Hope you have a great week.

  5. I’m pretty sure I could read each and every one of Roald Dahl’s books over again – his imagination is really what I remember best about my childhood (Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory is my personal favorite!) ❤

  6. Yesss! It’s so rare for me to find someone that knows and loves Goodnight Mr Tom. I read that book when I was 10 and the principal wanted to remove it from my school library because it would be “traumatising”. It’s such an amazing book….I ended up buying my own copy and that story is still with me clear as anything 25 years later.

    TKAM is a masterpiece. Enough said there!

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