Top Ten Tuesday: Books on Friendship

Top Ten Tuesday is a meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. This week I’m picking books about friendship, good or bad.

The entire Harry, Hermione, and Ron relationship for this entire series is fantastic. They have their ups and downs but they always stay true to each other.
Besides how many friends find out the darkest wizard of all time wants
to kill you still remain by your side? When they’re 11 no less.
For those of you who have read this, you’ll probably think it odd to see A Break With Charity here. I think it perfectly depicts that you have to be careful about who you befriend.
The girls really pulled together in The One and it was wonderful to see them actually become friends through a shared experience.
You
have to learn to trust each other if you’re going to sail a boat on
these seas. I think the series’ name says it all though, Brotherband.
If
you ever want the perfect example of friendship, always reach for Frodo
and Sam. I mean, Sam followed Frodo to Mt. Doom even though Frodo gave
him chances and reasons to turn back. Plus, you’d have to be a great friend if you’re willing to stay with your friend while Smeagol is around.
The thing I love about Better Off Friends is that it isn’t just about two people realizing they’re in love. It’s about them becoming true friends first. Love came after.
Grover
and Percy? Things would’ve been a lot easier without Grover people, but
Percy never left him behind and always tried to include him.
This is a great example of what a friend is and isn’t. A friend does not call you Chunk.
The Icebound Land (Ranger's Apprentice, #3) 
Will couldn’t have asked for friends better than Horace and Cassandra.
Just think of how moody Harry was in this book. His friends deserve a special award.

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6 responses to “Top Ten Tuesday: Books on Friendship

  1. I've heard such great things about the Percy Jackson series though I still haven't read it. I may have to do that soon! I really love the friendship in the Harry Potter series. 🙂

  2. Great choices. Harry Potter topped my list, I adore that series and it has so many wonderful friendships in it. Better Off Friends was such a cute read and such a cute friendship in that one too. Nice list 🙂 Here's my TTT.

    1. You know what, I can agree with that sentiment. You begin to remember the entire atmosphere and it makes you want to reread them. At least, it does for me.

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