Seriously, there needs to be more books about bookworms because bookworms are awesome.
Cath loves the Simon Snow books. She’s just a bookworm in general, too, even though the Simon Snow novels are what are mostly mentioned.
Matilda from Matilda by Roald Dahl
She’s like the original bookworm, and I’ll always love this story. Matlida is one of the first heroines that I’ve ever really connected with. I was such a shy, quiet little kid and so was Matilda and I loved that.
Hermione from Harry Potter by J. K. Rowling
Hermione is the loveable, bossy, insanely smart bookworm we all know and love. Without Hermione, Harry and Ron would have died in the first book.
Cassie from The 5th Wave by Rick Yancy
Cassie doesn’t have much time for reading, but that doesn’t stop her from toting along books during an alien invasion.
Eleanor and Park from Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell
They fall in love over comic books. COMIC BOOKS. Basically, I want to fall in love over the exact same thing.
Sam and Grace from Shiver by Maggie Stiefvater
Grace loves the bookstore, and Sam loves it so much he works in it every summer when he’s not running around the forest as a wolf.
Sam from Hold Me Closer, Necromancer by Lish McBride
Again, he doesn’t have all that much time for reading (what with being chased by an evil necromancer thing), but it is mentioned how much he loves his books and the UVillage bookstore (which I also adore).
Clay from Mr. Penumbra’s 24-Hour Bookstore by Robin Sloan
Clay loves books, and, on top of that, he works in a bookstore! A weird bookstore, yes, but a bookstore.
Annabeth from The Lighting Thief by Rick Riordan
Being a dyslexic demigod doesn’t stop Annabeth from loving books, and huge books, too.
Tessa from the Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare
I think Tessa and I would be good friends. She loves books, and she can quote them. I wish more of my friends could do that, or at least remember what book the quote is from when I do it.
Here be my list.
(I’m tired in case you can’t tell)