1. PUFFIN IN BLOOM COLLECTION
Oh, just look at them. Gorgeous, aren't they? I've been eyeing them for a while now, they are quite expensive, but I hope to buy them someday. Glossy pages filled with vibrant illustrations!!! A must-have collection for each bibliophile's personal library.
2. HARRY POTTER ILLUSTRATED EDITION
A fantasy lover's bookshelves are always incomplete without the illustrated editions of Harry Potter books. Do you agree?
3. Emily Trilogy by L. M. Montgomery (VMC Edition)
Saw them on Instagram and have been searching for these beautiful editions ever since that day. I haven't read many Montgomery books, but Anne of Green Gables. I do hope Emily Trilogy is equally good. I need them badly.
4. Jane Austen Vintage Classics Series
5. Complete Chronicles of Narnia
Ashamed to admit, I haven't read this amazing book yet. It was one of my bookish resolutions for this year, but they are awfully costly and I'm still waiting for enough fund to purchase them.
6. Penguin English Library Books
I enjoy classics, each book teaches me a lesson for life and the stories do part profound knowledge and moving messages. I can't recommend them enough. I would be glad to replace my used copies with the attractive Penguin English Library editions.
7. Uprooted by Naomi Novik
It's a fairy tale retelling story with dragons and lots of magic in it. I was on a book buying ban(still is), when it was available on Amazon and missed the opportunity. Sadly, it's been never 'IN STOCK' after that.
8. Novels by Miss Read
I am fond of novels set in rural English villages. I recently found that all the books written Miss Read are of such kind. I will be rather happy to spend my money on those books then.
9. Christmas themed Novels
I have a penchant for collecting Christmas novels. Each book is special to me, whichever genre it is. I find them mostly in a nearby used bookstore. I wouldn't mind spending a few bucks to buy Christmassy stories each month.
10. Persephone books
Persephone reprints neglected fiction books by mid-twentieth woman writers. I know a bookstagramer who adores and review them often. Most of the stories are awe-inspiring and heart touching too. So, I will allot a small portion of dough to buy Persephone prints.
Do we have any books in common? Have you read or own any of these? Which book do you have on your list?