Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created at The Broke and the Bookish. This feature was created because they are particularly fond of lists over there at The Broke and the Bookish. I'd love to share my lists with other bookish folks and would LOVE to see your top ten lists!
Ok this is another tricky one this week, I seem to be finding a lot of these too ten titles quite ambiguous. There are a lot of characters I would LOVE to have at my lunch table and then there are those characters whom think would actually be at my lunch table. (Just to say that through a lot of high school I went home for lunch so there was mainly just me at my lunch table-bit of background there for you!) so I think I'm going to do a list of people I would CHOOSE to have on my lunch table...
1. Nell from Take a Look at Me Now by Miranda Dickinson. I loved Nell, she was such a kick-ass female lead and I would love her to eat lunch with me!
2. Neil the Puffin from the Little a Beach a Street Bakery by Jenny Colgan. A puffin called Neil, what more do I need to say?
3. Dave from The Greatest Love Story of All Time by Lucy Robinson. Our eyes would meet over the dinner hall and he would come and sweep me of my feet and the we could go somewhere a lot more private!
4. Jenny Lopez from the I Heart Series by Lindsey Kelk. Who wouldn't want jenny sitting bitching with them on their lunch table? She's awesome!
5. Becky Bloomwood from the Shopaholic series by Sophie Kinsella. She would be sitting there showing off her new shoes and we could swap green scarves and things!
6. Darcy Burdock from the book with the same name by Laura Dockrill. When I was at school I'd have loved to have Darcy on my side because we could've painted each other's nails all different colours and then she would've stood up to the bullies for me!
7. Lola from Lola and the Boy Next Door by Stepanie Perkins. Same reason as having Becky Bloomwood there really, I heart Lola!
8. Maya Van Wagenen from Popular: A Memoir. Ok so this isn't really a character but the author of the book who is also the character because this is a non-fiction book and Maya uses a 1950s guide to popularity to try and make her popular in her own middle school. I would love to be in on the experiment with her and so I would definitely want her sitting at my lunch table.
9. Harriet Manners from Geek Girl by Holly Smale. We could play scrabble and discuss grammar-heaven!
10. Loud from One Moment One Morning and Annother Night Another Day by Sarah Rayner. I loved Lou in these books and I really wish she would be my friend and sit on my lunch table...