Mid-Autumn Festival Book Tag

Hi everyone!👋

It is currently fall where I am, and I couldn’t be happier! Fall is my all-time favourite season, and I look forward to it every year.

Anyway, I wasn’t tagged in this, but I wanted to do the Mid-Autumn Festival book tag, which is one of many autumn book tags that have been floating around the blogosphere. I give credit to Catia @ The Girl Who Read Too Much, as her blog is where I found this tag, which was created by Tinka @ thecrazyreader. Definitely go check them both out, and perhaps give them a follow!😊

So let’s get started!✌️✌️

Family Reunion: Name a book with family goals


The Memory Book by Lara Avery has a great family aspect! Sammie’s family supports her so much as she goes through all her struggles, and I think everyone deserves a family like hers❤️.

Full Moon: Name a book with a werewolf (this festival has nothing to do with werewolves; the only common things is the full moon)


Okay, confession time! I haven’t read too many fantasy books yet, and I have yet to read one with a werewolf. So, I have decided to steal Catia’s answer and say City of Bones by Cassandra Clare, even though I haven’t read it🙊.

Mooncakes: Name a kind of food in a book that you wish was real


I haven’t read too many books with fake foods, so I have chosen a book with lots of foods I’d like to try someday. I didn’t love Pizza, Love, and Other Stuff that Made Me Famous, but the recipes in there seemed SOOOOO GOOOOOOD!!!😛

Rabbit: Name your favourite creature from a book


Sirens seem so cool, and I’d love to read more about them! Kiera Cass, PLEASE write a sequel to The Siren!

Change: A Character that Makes a Significant Change to the Plot Since he/she did Something too Many Times.


I don’t know if this completely counts, but Broken Hearts, Fences, and Other Things to Mend by Katie Finn had tons and TONS of plot twists and changes. It was so riveting and kept me on the edge of my seat!😄

Lanterns: Name a Toy or Game in a Book that you Liked to Read About.


I really liked when the characters in Looking for Alaska by John Green played the best day, worst day game, because I believe it helped me get to know them on a whole new level. I’m currently reading this for school, and it’s AMAZING!😊

Autumn: Name a book which you feel is best to read in autumn


Because of the spooky vibe, I feel like readers would benefit most if they read Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs this autumn (or generally, any autumn). The movie is in theatres now, so that’s even more of a reason to do so!

Festival: Name your favourite festival in a book


Actually, as I’m writing this, I’ve just finished a book with a festival in it, called The Geek’s Guide to Unrequited Love by Sarvenaz Tash. It mostly takes place at the New York Comic Con Festival, which is a pretty unique setting for a book, if I do say so myself😊.

I wasn’t tagged myself, so I am not going to be tagging anyone today, sorry! But 100000% feel free to participate if this appeals to you, and let me know if you do!😊

So tell me, have you read any of these books? Opinions? Do you LOVE fall?🍂 What books do you like to snuggle up with during the fall? Any good books you’ve read with werewolves? Let me know in the comments below.

Au revoir!💜

6 thoughts on “Mid-Autumn Festival Book Tag

  1. I have read Miss P’s Home and I agree it is an amazing fall book. I just started Hollow City today. I have also read Looking for Alaska which I adored and it made my heart break.

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