Our Favourite September 2017 Bookstagrams

September is over! October is here! Where does the time go!!!?! I can’t complain though, because I just *love* October. It’s the best month of the year imo. But, I have to say, this past September was pretty good too—SO many good books came out, and there were so many good Bookstagrams along with them! Check them out below!

Like, it was National Coffee Day. That makes September pretty good all on its own.

The Giller Prize longlist was announced, featuring Transit and We’ll All Be Burnt In Our Beds Some Night! And the shortlist will be announced later today (stay tuned!).


When Julie Murphy, Becky Albertalli, and Angie Thomas visited Canada!!! (And took this amazing GIF).

A post shared by Julie Murphy (@andimjulie) on


Forest Dark is 😍😍😍

A post shared by Menucha Belkin (@the.froo) on


If there’s one book you should read this season, it’s The Child Finder by Rene Denfeld. The inside is as beautiful as the out!!


If you don’t think this looks SO good, you’re crazy.


Little readers can now count their way through Canada! Adorable!


Ok, Pax will NEVER get old.


Wishing we were cuddled up reading The Hate U Give right now.

A post shared by Carly Watters (@carlywatters) on


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