reading time: 1 min
Spring has officially begun. It's the end of winter and the beginning of summer, cool, fresh, flourishing, young, tender. To me, spring is in motion, and my favourite place to read books is on the train (or, as i'm on the way to Thailand right now, on the plane).
Therefore, a light-weight volume is perfect for taking with you, so my little assembly for spring reads are quite thin (except for Fangirl) and easy-to-read books.
My favourite books for spring include:
Mardie (Madicken), Astrid Lindgren *
Why We Took The Car (Tschick), Wolfgang Herrndorf
Alan and Naomi, Myron Levoy
Fangirl, Rainbow Rowell
* or any other book by Lindgren, such as Ronja Robbersdaughter.
What are your favourite books to read on the train, tube or in the car, on your way to work, uni or school? Something light-hearted or something more melancholic?
Lots of flowers and free time (to lie in the garden and read books) ~
image sources: (mardie) (car) (alan naomi) (fangirl)
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