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Curling up with a good book is a favourite year-round pursuit: in front of a blazing fire in January, in the park under a warm May sun, in a hammock lake-side in July or with coffee on the back porch overlooking brilliant fall foliage.

ChickAdvisor members love light reads like the wildly popular Shopaholic series by Sophie Kinsella or the more introspective romances of Emily GiffinHe's Not That Into You gives us food for thought, and Stephenie Meyer's Twilight series is a guilty little pleasure.

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The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins

293 reviews

I read these books after enjoying the movies so much and I have to say the books are a million times better. Give them a read you won't be disappointed.
Love You Forever by Robert Munsch

155 reviews

this book is my childhood i love it so much and it has been one of the first books to start my love of reading. it has an amazing mom child relationship and everyone should read it once in their life
The Fault in Our Stars by John Green

140 reviews

The romance and bond between Hazel, and Gus, 2 teenage cancer patients. Hazel has stage 4 thyroid cancer while Gus has one leg due to osteosarcoma. They meet at a Teenage Cancer support group and their friendship and relationship blossoms and they share understanding over a...
Twilight by Stephenie Meyer

174 reviews

Twilight might get hate but the book series is one of the best I've ever read. I was so drawn into the book I actually felt all the emotions and felt like I was living it. I've never had that with a book before. It will forever be one of my favourite series to reread and I...
Confessions of a Shopaholic by Sophie Kinsella

107 reviews

The Shopaholic series always puts me in a good mood. Really all of Sophie Kinsella's books put me in a good mood. They are just so light, fluffy and fun. Sophie Kinsella's writing is like ice cream on hot July day.
Fifty Shades of Grey

199 reviews

I read the whole series and watched all the movies and I would say the books are way better than the movies because in the books there is way more going on and it makes more sense to the story line and the scenes are way more exploit than the movie which is understandable...
The Complete Harry Potter Series

48 reviews

J'ai beaucoup aimé cette série que j'ai lue en anglais. D'excellents livres pour apprendre l'anglais, le vocabulaire est riche et les structures bien ordonnées.
Archie Comics

47 reviews

Can’t say enough about Archie comics. I read so many Archie comics as a young kid, 40+ years later I still enjoy reading about Archie and his friends.
Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn

56 reviews

This is a good book to get into reading thrillers. It was the first one I started with and I was hooked. The beginning is a little tough to get through, but once you do the story line is extremely gripping. You need that slow burn for all the twists to really leave their mark. I...
Memoirs of a Geisha by Arthur Golden

65 reviews

Arthur Golden writes a story the brings you to the inner realities as a geisha is made from a tiny girl sold from her family to one of the most sought after geishas ever. Golden immerses the reader in to the intricate details of life within the geisha houses and allows the...
My Hero Theo

1 review

I’ve been a dog lover all my life and have working dogs in my family so I have a connection somewhat with the shepherd breeds (German Shepherd, Belgian Malinois, Dutch Herders, etc) so far I have been blown away by the bravery of the dogs working alongside handlers within the...
Quand l'image du corps est une prérogative sociale

1 review

« Quand l'image du corps est une prérogative sociale », écrit par le sociologue Olivier Bernard. Ce que j'en ai retenu, et qui fait que je le recommande sans réserve : - La simplicité de l'écriture. Le livre se lit tout seul, presque comme un roman. - Ouvrage papier de...
Chirp magazine

1 review

My daughters love their chirp magazine subscription. Who doesn’t love getting good things in the mail? I love how it’s educational and puts things in easier terms for my 4 year old to understand. This months magazine talks about different neighbourhoods. I love how they also...
Embrasser le Chaos, de Andrée-Anne Brunet

1 review

Partir en roadtrip en mémoire de celui qu'on vient de perdre dans un triste accident. Cela donne un voyage unique et plus personnel que tout. Ici, Malorie part en Islande afin de vivre le voyage que son frère Arnaud a fait quelque temps auparavant. Nécessairement, les...
The Rose Code by Kate Quinn

1 review

Kate Quinn writes about WWII and the secretive wartime world of Bletchley Park in this immersive historical fiction novel. Debutant Osla Kendall (who is based a remarkable real person) meets fellow Bletchley Park recruit Mab Churt on the train in 1940. While working at BP, they...
Pokémon Alola Region Sticker Book Paperback – Sticker Book

1 review

My son got this for his birthday, it was $20.00 and only took him a few hours to complete I expected it to be a little more time consuming. Stickers are great quality, they do have extra stickers in the back to get creative with the kids LOVE this book
National Geographic History Magazine

1 review

I am a history buff, especially when it comes to the Egyptians and their way of life. I came upon an ad for this NG History and automatically ordered a subscription. It is an over sized magazine with lots of beautiful illustrations and stories of history of any era. I really...
Divergent Book Series

49 reviews

these books were a great read. they taught you about motherly love. friendship working togeather and finding something incommon with someone else a A+
Canadian Living Magazine

39 reviews

This is probably one of my favorite Canadian magazines why because its so Canadian and not having to worry if items are available in our Country. My favorite section is the recipes they always go with what season is on.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J.K. Rowling

52 reviews

If you havent read these novels, you need to ! A must read for every book lover out there who loves adventure! The movies are creative and brings the characters to life as well.