Top Ten Tuesday – Books With A School Theme

Welcome to Top Ten Tuesday! Hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, this week it is a school freebie/books with a school theme. I don’t read that many books based on school or that have characters who are teachers so I am going to have to do a bit of a mixed list based around the theme of school!

Books Based At A School:

Book Review – Ace of Spades by Faridah Àbíké-Íyímídé – Niveus Academy

Book Review – Monty and the Monster by Rhonda Smiley

Book Review – Comfort and Joy by Cathy Bramley – The Plumberry School of Comfort Food

Books With Teachers As The Main Character:

Book Review – Origin by Dan Brown – Professor Langdon

Book Review – Agnes Grey by Anne Bronte – Agnes Grey

Factual Children’s Books:

Book Review – Vlad and the Roman Triumph by Kate and Sam Cunningham – Learning about the Roman Triumph

Book Review – A Binturong In My Bed by Chris Lois – Learning about the Binturong

Where The Character’s Learn:

Book Review– The Little Paris Patisserie by Julie Caplin – learn how to make Patisserie

Book Review – The Rabbit Factor by Antti Tuomainen – learn how to run an Adventure Park

Book Review – The Better Brother by Simon Gravatt – learn how to run a Funeral business

What books would make your school themed list?

Happy TTT!

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49 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday – Books With A School Theme

  1. Annemieke

    I always find the school theme a hard one because I’ve done so many lists over the years haha. So I went with required reading for my blog 😉 I like your books about learning things. That works great as a twist for this one.

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    1. Emily Jane Post author

      I’ve only blogged for a year so it’s all still fairly new. I found it tough though as I don’t read many books in that setting. In fact I wasn’t sure about reading Ace of Spades because of the setting. I thought I was too old for it (I’m 32). I’m glad I ignored myself and read it though as it was such a great book.

      Thank you. I thought it was scraping the barrel a little bit 😂


    1. Emily Jane Post author

      It’s an excellent read. I wasn’t sure if I would like it but I’m glad that I ignored myself and read it because I loved it.

      I know what you mean though. I have books that are next in line and stay that way for months!


  2. tracybham

    I like the variety in your list. Agnes Grey is on my Classics LIst, so I will be reading that sometime soon. Thanks for visiting my blog.

    TracyK at Bitter Tea and Mystery

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    1. Emily Jane Post author

      Thank you. Ah I highly recommend Origin. I love all of Dan Brown’s books. Not one of them has let me down. Yes Ace of Spades was brilliant for that.

      You too ☺️


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