Animal Crossing Book Tag

I’m experiencing ACNH vicariously through my friends.

They tell me all about their favorite villagers and the walrus who lives…in the ocean? I’m not entirely sure about the walrus but I love him.

Do I want to buy a Nintendo Switch so I can finally join the fun? KIND OF.

Anyway, here’s an Animal Crossing-themed book tag created by McKenzie at Bookish Things and Tea.

Animal Crossing: Gamecube

A classic that you want to read!

I stole (borrowed) my mom’s copy of A Wind in the Willows so I can finally read it.

The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame, Illustrated by Ernest H Shepard

I’ve seen 89,000 adaptations but never actually read it myself.

Animal Crossing: Wild World

Your favorite second book in a series!

Siege and Storm is far and away superior to Shadow and Bone.

Siege and Storm by Leigh Bardugo

It does a great job of raising the stakes and pulling out a religious revival at the last minute.

I haven’t read Ruin and Rising because man, I don’t want to.

I already know about the most unpopular aspect of the ending and I’m worried finishing the series won’t be worth it.

Animal Crossing: City Folk

Your favorite book that is set in a large city!

I don’t often read books set where I (currently) live.

Written in the Stars takes place in Seattle and it’s cute! The characters do fun, touristy activities!

Written in the Stars by Alexandria Bellefleur

I can pretend I enjoy living here when I read it!

Animal Crossing: New Leaf

The best new release you’ve read recently!

This is a newish release, but it’s the best one I’ve read recently.

Queer As All Get Out is part memoir, part informational graphic novel about lesser-known queer figures in history.

Queer As All Get Out by Shelby Criswell

I learned about many overlooked trans BIPOC.


A book that’s been with you through thick and thin!

In the Dream House was and is an incredibly validating reading experience.

In the Dream House by Carmen Maria Machado

This book has done wonders for my mental health. I’ve reread it multiple times during the pandemic.

You’ll see a lot of people on TikTok recommending it.

Listen to them. This book deserves the hype.


A book that’s rich with character!

American Gods has a HUGE cast.

American Gods by Neil Gaiman

I wanted more from basically every character.

I’m watching the Starz show right now and so far I love all the additional material.


A book that you wouldn’t mind never seeing again!

Marissa Meyer used to be one of my auto-buy authors.

I still like the Lunar Chronicles, but I’m less likely to smash that preorder button these days.

All that to say I bought Renegades shortly after it came out and only picked it up recently.

Renegades by Marissa Meyer

I can’t describe how completely I hated the premise.

Did you know that overthrowing a corrupt government inevitably leads to anarchy?

(Is it truly anarchy if the anarchists organize?)

Vigilante superheros are the ONLY ones keeping order.

Guess we shouldn’t protest or anything.

Gotta work within the system, baybee.


Your favorite history/historical fiction book!

I hate this genre!

I just filtered my Storygraph for historical books to see if there are any I liked.

While not strictly historical, The Wolf and the Woodsman was directly inspired by historical events.

The Wolf and the Woodsman by Ava Reid

The fantasy Catholics are the bad guys, which…tracks.

The book tags will not end.

Have I done a Cats (2019) book tag yet?

Should I MAKE a Cats (2019) book tag?

I just inspired myself.

2 thoughts on “Animal Crossing Book Tag”

  1. “The fantasy Catholics are the bad guys, which…tracks.” *laughing so hard*

    A note on anarchy, anarchy is not disorganized, contrary to popular belief. Not an expert here, but this is one of those common misconceptions I recently had dispelled thanks to the likes of Philosophy Tube et al.

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