8 YA Movie Adaptations You Should Watch

Hi all! Maybe you’re bored and still in lockdown? Or maybe you just want a nice night in with a good YA adaptation. Either way, here’s some of my favourites you should check out!

1. To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before

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Honestly, these movies have become a massive comfort for me. I think they’re really great adaptations and the cinematography is beautiful.

2. The Sun is Also a Star

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I managed to catch this at the cinema on the last day it was showing in my local cinema last year, and I’m so glad I did, it was just lovely. It’s also new to Netflix which means you should definitely give it a go!

3. Dumplin’

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I’ve been watching a movie every Saturday with Faye and Alex and the last one we watched was Dumplin’! I loved it yet again.

4. Naomi and Ely’s No Kiss List

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I used to watch this movie a lot with a friend and we adored it. I rewatched it recently for the nostalgia!

5. Everything, Everything

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Yet another beautiful Nicola Yoon adaptation, with a beautiful soudntrack and cinematography.

6. Love, Simon

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I loved Love, Simon! It was great to see on the big screen.

7. The Perks of Being a Wallflower

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It’s been a while since I watched The Perks and I really should watch it again or re-read the book!

8. Paper Towns

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And I just had to include a John Green movie in here but I thought I’d be a little different and go with Paper Towns, which I really loved.

Which YA movie adaptations do you love?


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Review: The Art of Harry Potter by Marc Sumerak


I got this beautiful book for my birthday from my other half and I decided to properly read it! It’s one of those books that you would usually flick through occasionally, but I felt like reading it was so satisfying and wonderful! I’ve been a big Harry Potter fan since I read the books earlier this year and watched the movies soon after. This book was the perfect way to delve even deeper into the world.

Chapter One: The Wizarding World contains beautiful scenes of the Muggle world, Hogwarts, Diagon Alley, Hogsmeade, Wizarding homes and even the Quidditch World Cup!

This was, by far, my favourite chapter in this book. Seeing so many incredible views of the world were just breathtaking. The paper is glossy and shows colours so well, each picture giving off such a rich and lifelike feel.

Chapter Two: Wizards, Witches, and Muggles. This chapter includes Hogwarts students, the Order of the Phoenix, Hogwarts staff, dark forces and even goes into detail about the Triwizard tournament.

Character sketches include in a location, concept sketches, outfit planning and studies. They are, again, beautiful, and it becomes evident how hard the staff worked on getting every little detail just right.

Chapter Three: Magical Creatures includes those such as companions, dragons, house elves, Forbidden Forest dwellers and dark creatures.

This topic also happens to contain my favourite page in the entire book – the patronus of Severus Snape. The glow that seems to shine from this page is just incredible, and I had to include a picture above to show you all. I also includes the funniest page – a study of different House Elves! They were never used in the movie but they made me and Josh laugh out loud.

Chapter Four: Artifacts includes so many items, such as wands, brooms, Quidditch items, dark objects, Horcruxes, portraits and items from Weasley’s Wizard Wheezes.

Again, you can really see the detail when flicking through these beautiful, complicated studies of seemingly trivial items. The thing that really hit me, when reading these chapters, was the amount that makes up this magical world. Such small items require work, and make the world what it is.

The last chapter is a more shocking one, Graphic Art of the Wizarding World. This includes book covers, Quidditch posters, documents, blueprints magazines and newspapers, food and drink and even potion bottle labels!

I have to say, this one surprised me. What might seem trivial turned out to be the beating heart of this world. These things are the foundations that the Wizarding World is built upon, the glue that holds it together. And they are absolutely beautiful and full of colour and detail.

Overall, I found this book pure comfort. It felt so relaxing to be able to be in this world once more, but in a fresh and different way. It’s the perfect book to read in bed on a quiet evening.

It’s absolute beauty. It’s breathtaking magic.

5 stars


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