The Hunger Games and Harry Potter. But there are a few more
reads we would love to make it to the big screen. Check them out.
when we read books, we can automatically picture everything in our head. The
book turns into a mini movie in our mind as we imagine what each character and
setting looks like. A lot of our fave novels have already been turned into
By: Scott Westerfeld
would love to see the futuristic world Tally Youngblood lives in, with the
hoverboards and bungee jackets! There are plenty of exciting action scenes in
the book as well, which would look great on the big screen.
By: Angie Sage
have our own idea of what this book’s magical world would look like, with The
Castle, Wizard Tower and the Marram Marshes, but it would definitely be
interesting to see how they would be portrayed in a movie. Spellcasting,
trickery and secrets would make this a perf fantasy flick.
By: Eoin Colfer
12-year-old criminal mastermind, dangerous fairies, tech-savy centaurs,
code-breaking and kidnappings? We’re wondering why this imaginative,
action-packed tale hasn’t been turned into a movie yet!
By: Lois Lowry
is a fascinating story about a utopian society and a boy who has been dealt the
mysterious job of the Receiver—one of the only people who know the truths of
the world. Your imagination can go crazy picturing the robotic people and how
the boy is reacting to the world’s memories, so it would be cool to see it all
laid out in a movie.
book is about eight high school friends. Flannery Culp in particulary, whose
diary makes up the entire novel. The darkly humorous entries detail how Flan
became convicted of murder and how it is most definitely not true! We can
totally see this playing out in a movie…with Flan narrating!
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the Mixed-up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler
lot of us as kids have considered (and maybe even succeeded in) running away
from home. But how many of you would run away to the Metropolitan Museum of
Art? Claudia did, and managed to hide there for an entire week, where she
discovered a mysterious angel statue and the extraordinary woman who sold it.
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is a classic whodunit mystery with puzzling clues and a surprise ending. There
are so many unique characters in the book, seeing it play out in movie form
would definitely help distinguish between everyone!
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and the Starcatchers
By: Dave Barry
and Ridley Pearson
Peter Pan prequel tells the tale of how Peter found Never Land and learned to
fly. It would be so much fun to see Peter’s battles with the Black Stache and
his exciting adventure with new character Molly as they fight to protect the
mysterious trunk from the pirates!
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book would you most like to see on the big screen? Who would you cast as the
starring role? Blog about it, babes.
BY KELLY GIERON ON 7/14/2012 12:00:00 AM
POSTED IN entertainment, movies, Book Club, books we love