If you’ve read Dollhouse by Anya Allyn, then you might need some warm and cuddly books to keep you sane! Thank you to PLL Trendsetter Maddie for sharing her picks:
The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe by C.S.Lewis
Peter Pan by J.M.Barrie
Peter and the Starcatchers by Ridley Pearson and Dave Barry
The Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan
Found by Margaret Peterson Haddix
BONUS: Maddie’s Reoccurring Nightmares:
I have reoccurring nightmares… When I have a nightmare, it’s almost always about one of my younger siblings getting lost/hurt/etc, and me not being able to help them. I think these dreams just remind me of my responsibility with my siblings, and how much I care about them (even though we don’t always get along).
BONUS: If Cast in a Horror Movie, Maddie would play…
If I were in a horror movie, I would probably get a ridiculously lame part. Like, the first person to die. Or, if I’m lucky, the chick who freaks out at the beginning and runs away, haha.
Have you read the amazingly spooky and mysterious Dollhouse by Anya Allyn yet? If you did, then you might need these warm & cuddly books to recover! Below, PLL Trendsetter Emily shares her picks:
The Cinderella Society by Kay Cassidy—This story about a secret society determined to protect the world from mean girls exudes infectious confidence and is the perfect feel-good book.
Sorta Like a Rock Star by Matthew Quick—This story’s protagonist faces plenty of rough spots, but her relentless optimism will make you smile and leave you feeling happy to be alive.
Princess for Hire by Lindsey Leavitt (or any Lindsey Leavitt book, really)—Leavitt’s books are so cute and so fun and will leave you feeling all warm and fuzzy.
Smart Girls Get What They Want by Sarah Strohmeyer—This book’s plot is just what its title implies; it is about smart girls who decide what they want and go get it. The story has heaps of hilarity and a dash of empowering.
Golden by Jessi Kirby—This book is all about choosing what to do with your one wild and precious life, a concept that will make you want to do something exhilarating and forget the fears that the horror movie embedded in you.
BONUS: If PLL Trendsetter Emily was cast in a horror movie she would be Cast as:
I would be the perpetually ignored voice of reason, the person who tells the protagonist that maybe it’s not such a good idea to investigate the clattering in a dark basement when there’s a murderer on the loose. In other words, I’d be the person to whom the main character never listens, but to whom the main character really, really should listen.