Inheritance Books: Ellie from Cookie Book Reviews

This week, I’ve got the pleasure of introducing the Inheritance Books of Ellie, teen blogger and super cup cake baker. She’s the youngest person to visit us here at Inheritance Books.

Hi Ellie, welcome to Inheritance Books. Grab a seat. You brought cake! How lovely. Please, tell us a bit about yourself.

I have been a YA Book Blogger for around a year now, reviewing  at present  YA books, including books like The Hunger Games. I enjoy this because I can share the wonders of reading to many people. I am proud to say the blog is gaining more and more followers.

Which book have you inherited from the generation above? Why is it special?

IMG_7443I have been lucky to have inherited so many great books and classics from my mum, who is either writing or reading. I would say my favourite book passed down to me is Black Beauty – Anna Sewell, a really nice hardback book with a wonderful cover. The yellowed pages reinforce the love of this book and how special it is in our family.

Which book would you like to leave for future generations?

IMG_7444If I had to, I would probably leave my Harry Potter books, only if I had to. I love these books so much I would take them to the grave with me, but I’d like to give future generations the chance to be lost in the real world of Diagon Alley and Hogwarts.

Excellent choices, both. I’d love to go shopping in Diagon Alley too. I might stay out of Mr Olivander’s though.

Thank you so much sharing your favourite books with us, Ellie. All the best with your blog. Oh, and thanks for the cake. 

You can read Ellie’s reviews of YA books from her blog www.cookiebookreviews.wordpress.com

 

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