Top Ten Books With School Supplies On the Cover

Posted August 27, 2018 by Jana in Top Ten Tuesday / 26 Comments

Today’s topic is a back-to-school, learning freebie! I teach in an elementary school, and we started back last Monday. The first week was chaos, as it always is, and today I danced in front of an entire school full of kids for a back-to-school assembly.

Anyway, I’m obsessed with school supplies. When the back-to-school sections start popping up at Target I get all excited. It’s so fun to walk down the rows and look at all the fun pens, notebooks, and art supplies. I want to buy it all! So I’m going to share with you book covers that feature school supplies. I’ve read a few of these books, but most of them are still on my TBR (I put asterisks by the ones I’ve read)! That’s part of the fun for me, and a cool way to feature new books rather than a handful of the same titles each week.


By Your Side by Kasie West*
A Week of Mondays by Jessica Brody*
Geek Magnet by Kieran Scott
Neurotica by Eliza Gordon
Holly Freakin’ Hughes by Kelsey Kingsley
Paper Hearts by Ali Novak
Paper Towns by John Green
Attachments by Rainbow Rowell
The Summer of Chasing Mermaids by Sarah Ockler
To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han

What topic did you choose for this week’s
back-to-school freebie prompt?

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26 responses to “Top Ten Books With School Supplies On the Cover

  1. This was such a cute prompt! I had a ton of fun with it. For my learning freebie, I decided to share some of my spreadsheet hacks that, hopefully, some bloggers can get something from. I realize that it’s very unorthodox, but I think that’s the best part about TTT! I love how everyone is encouraged to be creative with their own takes. ❤️

  2. Amy

    This is such a fun idea! I recently watched the film of TATBILB and I can’t wait to get round to reading the books now; I strongly suspect I’ll love them. I really want to read Kasie West too, though her books are harder to get hold of in the UK 😔
    Amy x