Six for Sunday: Children’s Books I’d Love To Jump Into

Today’s #SixforSunday prompt from the lovely Steph (A Little But A Lot) is children’s books you’d love to jump into. I thought this would be a really easy post to do because there are so many children’s books I love, but it turns out, there are fewer books I’d want to live in for any amount of time, mainly because I am too scared to be surrounded by pirates or dark magic! So here are 6 books I’d want to jump into, but only if I can guarantee my safety.

1. The Strangeworld’s Travel Agency by L.D. Lapinksithere are magic suitcases with endless worlds in them. Who is not wanting to jump into these books?

2. Pages and Co by Anna James – This could get a bit meta (jumping into a book about book jumping) but I would love to be in a world where you could jump into books.

3. Amelia Fang by Laura Ellen AndersonI really just want a bunch of bonkers friends, a pet pumpkin and a life of darkness.

4. Don’t Tell Him I’m a Mermaid by Laura Kirkpatrick – who hasn’t wanted to be a mermaid at some point in their life?

5. Dragon Mountain by Katie and Kevin TsangI want to bond with a dragon. That is all. Thank you.

6. The Mask of Aribella by Anna HoghtonI just love the idea of having a mask and magical adventures on gondolas in Venice.

Which books would make it to your list? Do we have any in common?

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  1. I had a suspicion Pages and Co would be on your list! It doesn’t really do it for me, but I can totally see why you picked it and I think Strangeworlds is a brilliant choice! I’d also pick Nevermoor and Rumblestar (or any Unmapped chronicle!)

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