BookTok Accounts you Have to Follow!

If you’re like me and you get completely sucked into watching TikToks, then you will love this list of fun creators in the “BookTok” community. These creators use their accounts to spread literary love by creating bookish memes, reviewing books, and much more!

1. @mearaisreading

On her BookTok account, Meara expertly dissects and reviews her latest reads in an in depth fashion… All within 60 seconds! (We’ve heard about speed reading, but speed reviewing is definitely a first for us!)

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2. @lauraslibraryy

This BookTok account features unique bookish content in the form of skits.

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3. @maisie-matilda

An art history major, 22 year old Maisie Matilda puts her artistic skills to great use by painting book edges with literary imagery from classics such as Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings. She credits JRR Tolkien for inspiring her to start this hobby that later became a little shop on Etsy where she sells her work and also made her a household name on BookTok, as the landscapes of Lord of Rings are what attracted her to landscape and scenery painting before she used her Tiktok to bring awareness to the dying art of book edge painting.

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4. @hellyeahbooks

Memes interspersed with book recommendations on varying genres such as fantasy, romance, and books that you’ve never heard of before are what you might find if you drop by Faith’s hilarious and educative BookTok account. 

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Ducky, a professional sign language interpreter (cool job, we think) heads this account and their most popular videos so far have been about a first time socially distanced pandemic visit to a bookstore as well as the random book tag challenge. image

6. @gvhslibrary

Ms. B runs this account and also heads the library at Pennsylvania’s Great Valley high school. Her videos illustrate the importance of librarians, as well as humorous ribbings of both students and librarians. One of her most popular videos is on the topic of what people actually think about librarians and the work that they carry out.

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7. @the-dyslexic-reader

The dyslexic reader shares not only their love for reading with followers but also delves into their struggles with ADHD and dyslexia as well as how reading can be a great coping strategy for the same.

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Share this with your friends and go follow these BookTok accounts to ignite your love for reading! Follow our instagram too for more book content like this. Until next time!

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