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Ask Candy: What are Your Favorite Books To Read Over and Over Again?

From new releases to well-loved classics, here are the titles we can't stop reading!
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There are books we read because they're bestsellers, there are books we read because they're classics. And then there are those that we keep reading over and over again because they're our favorites. Whether they're new releases or well-loved classics, we share some of our fave reads with you. Please share yours with us, too!

Steph Yapnayon, Art Director

To All the Boys I've Loved Before by Jenny Han, and the sequel P.S. I Still Love You. I can't wait for the next book! —Steph, Art Director

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Dyan Zarzuela, Entertainment and Features Editor

In Case You Come Back by Marla Miniano, Reese Lansangan, and Jamie Catt was on heavy rotation earlier this year. I've read it from cover to cover four times already!   —Dyan, Managing Editor

Bianca Mascenon, Fashion and Beauty Assistant

Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins —Bianca, Fashion and Beauty Assistant

Mara Agner, Assistant Lifestyle and Features Editor My faves keep changing, but I'd say Holes by Louis Sachar and Mr. Penumbra's 24-Hour Bookstore by Robin Sloan are some of the few constants. —Mara, Assistant Lifestyle and Features Editor
Macy Alcaraz, Web Managing Editor

I've always loved The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants by Ann Brashares. My college friends and I have each picked a character we identify with the most (I'm Lena!) but I feel like we have a little of each of them in us. —Macy, Web Editor in Chief

Ayessa De La Pena, Web Editorial Assistant

I will never get tired of reading Jerry Spinelli's Stargirl. Reading this when I was still a teen helped me deal with my insecurities better. :) —Ayessa, Web Assistant Section Editor

Janelle Yau, Fashion and Beauty Assistant

The Magic Strings of Frankie Presto by Mitch Albom —Janelle, Fashion and Beauty Assistant

What's on your reading list? Leave a message below or tweet us @candymagdotcom

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When she's not busy online, she's in the kitchen on a mission to make the world a better place one bite at a time.
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