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**I know this is last weeks question! I missed it last week and want to do it because it's an awesome question. Next week I'll answer like normal.
Q: Back to School time! Create a reading list for the imaginary English Lit class you'll be teaching this semester.
Pshhhhhh... this is easy shmeasy lemon peasy. The books chosen have life lessons kids need to learn. Here we go:
Illuminated by Erica Orloff: Teaches how horrible insta-love is and why they should stay away from it. *shivers*
Perfect Chemistry by Simone Elkeles: How to fall in love with a gang member and make him sacrifice his whole family for you.
Cinder by Marissa Meyer: You have to hate the different and fear the unknown.
The Summer I Became a Nerd by Leah Rae Miller: Geeks are awesome people; don't mess with them or they'll throw magic cards at you.
The Darkest Night by Gena Showalter: How to have mind blowing sex with a really hawt warrior. If you're a virgin, remember that if someone jackhammers your hymen you'll feel a slight tenderness afterwards. You'll get over it within an hour, then do it again and again!
The Iron King by Julie Kagawa: Don't fall in love with the funny prankster who makes you laugh all the time, the correct choice is a cold-hearted boy who wants to kill you.
Breath by Sarah Crossan: Hog all of the air now because you won't have any in the future.
Before I Fall by Lauren Oliver: If you have to relive the same day over and over, commit suicide in order for you to never relive it again.
Gaba Kawa by Rie Takada: Because I say so.
I bet ALL of you reading want to be in my classroom. I know, I'll be the best teacher ever! *pats self on back*
**Guys, I don't hate these books, I'm just making fun of them. All of the books were excellent!