June 3, 2013 by Alice in Readerland
Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish
Don’t you just love how books are their own transportation method to let you travel to different places? Just last week I talked about fictional places I’d love to vacation. This week’s Top Ten Tuesday was Top Ten Books Featuring Travel in Some Way–and I’m mixing it up by including my favorite transportation methods:
(Titles link to goodreads)
In the Princess for Hire series, Desi gets to go to some pretty cool places, by travelling in a BUBBLE!
By Time Traveling:
In The Time-Traveling Fashionista series, Louise gets to go back in time–and get a new wardrobe!
By Flying (No, not in a plane. Actually FLYING):
Sure, Neverland from Peter Pan sounds fun, but doesn’t FLYING there sound better?
By Flying (Okay, this time in an actual plane):
Okay, so flying in a plane is a pretty normal way to travel. But there was no way I wasn’t including The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight on my travel list, considering the entire book takes place in an airport, on a plane, and then in London. My review.
By Magic Mirror:
By A Fairy, er, Fair Godmother:
In the My Fair Godmother, Savannah’s fairy godmother didn’t do well in fairy school and is actually only a fair godmother. Which is how Savannah ends up in the Middle Ages.
Through a Rabbit Hole:
Alice sure traveled around Wonderland a lot, and all it took was one misstep down a rabbit hole.
By space ship:
The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy had a ton of travel in it, complete with cool space ships.
And last but not least:
Road Trip Books (Because I Love a Good Road Trip Book):
I loved How My Summer Went Up in Flames (my review) and all the settings we got to see! (Be sure to check back here tomorrow for an ARC review of Jennifer’s next novel Famous Last Words, and see my fun interview with her!)
Because How to Be Bad has Lauren Myracle, Sarah Mlynowski, and e. Lockhart all in one fabulous road trip book.
What are your favorite books featuring travel (and your favorite transportation methods)?