Top Ten Settings That I Would Like To See More Of – Jan. 22
1. Paris - I have always been interested in Paris and I've always wanted to read a book that takes place there. Unfortunately, there are not many books that I know of that are like that (Anna and the French Kiss), and I would really like to see more.
2. Canada - There are more of these types of books out there, but I would really like to see one that really expresses who we Canadians are. I would love to read a contemporary, fiction book about our heritage.
3. Clouds - Okay, this sounds really juvenile, but I would really like to read a book where people live in the the clouds. How cool would that be!? Of course, it would have to be a fantasy book, because you can't actually stay afloat on a cloud, but I think that it would be really cool to see what an author thinks it would be like.
4. Jungle - I've been thinking of writing a short story about living in the jungle, but I never have. I think that this would be a great idea for a book, and I would love to read it!
5. Backyards - Has anyone ever seen "Gnomeo and Juliet"? Well, recently my sister was watching it and I was like, "Ooh! Cool story idea!!" Like, having a war between two clans. I think that it would be a very interesting read, and I've never seen anything like it before.
6. Meadow - Meadows are beautiful, at least I think so. I love to look at them, and I would like to read a description of one in a story. Of course, this wouldn't be the setting of the whole thing, but I think that it would be an interesting touch to a novel.
7. The United Kingdom - For a school project last year, I was to create a travel guide for a place of my choice, and I chose the United Kingdom. Not only is my grandmother from Scotland, but I think that it would be a fun place to be.
8. Underwater - I agree with Jana on this one. Dolphins, whales, starfish, octopus, squid, starfish, and mermaids (sort of) are just a few of the amazing things we could read about if we had a book that took place under the water. I've wanted to read Ingo forever, but I don't really want to read it now because I think it would be to childish for me. Instead, I'm looking for a YA novel that's like it, and I haven't yet come across one.
9. Summer Camps - I love writing, reading, and taking part in summer camps. I would really like to see some more books that have this setting in it.
10. Fantasyland - Any made-up worlds are to my liking.
What are your top tens of this week? Comment below or leave a link to a blog post. I would love to hear from you!
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