24 Books To Share With Your Best Friend for National Best Friends Day!

Today is National Best Friends Day. And over at Traveling With T, I’ll be sharing books to share to with your BFF from current reads to authors who have their fingers on the ups & downs of friendship and even some nostalgic reads that will take you back to the innocent days of childhood reading….

For the best friends who want books that have great characters to discuss:

Emily Giffin’s Something Borrowed and Something Blue, Judy Blume’s Summer Sisters and Rebecca Wells The Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood.

 

When you and your bestie are in the mood for nostalgia reading:

Sweet Valley Twins, Sweet Valley University, Sweet Valley High, Babysitters Club and Sweet Valley Confidential. Because odds are that you and your bestie- no matter when you met read at least 1 of these series!

 

Books To Take Pool or Beach Side With The Bestie…

 

A Hundred Summers, Slightly South of Simple, The Gates of Evangeline , Big Little Lies, The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo, It’s Always The Husband, The Identicals, Love The Wine You’re With, Everything You Want Me To Be, The Singles Game, Come Away With Me, The Ex, The Coincidence of Coconut Cake and If Looks Could Kill.

 

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*Which book(s) will you share with your best friend for National Best Friends Day?*

 

Happy Reading and Bookishly Yours,

T @ Traveling With T

 

 

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8 thoughts on “24 Books To Share With Your Best Friend for National Best Friends Day!

  1. momssmallvictories says:

    Ya know, I can’t honestly remember if I read the Babysitter’s Club or Sweet Valley High books when I was a kid? I remember more being into Nancy Drew. 🙂

    Fantastic list…Come Away with Me…yes! I have Singles Game and Husband’s Secret still waiting for me to read.

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