The Broke and the Bookish.
01. The Weasleys - Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling. I have always wanted to be apart of a big family. The Weasleys are fun and welcoming. Remember when Mrs. Weasley gave Harry her brother's watch? All the feels.
02. The Mellarks/Everdeens - Hunger Games series by Suzanne Collins. I am really curious what kind of life Peeta and Katniss had after the war was over.
03. The Tudors - Innocent Traitor by Alison Weir. Nothing says dysfunction like the Tudors. How awkward would a meal be with Henry VIII, his six wives and three children? I would like to watch.
04. The Landons - Catcher, Caught by Sarah Honenberger. With two hippie parents and three very different boys, I think this Thanksgiving would be very interesting.
05. The Finnegans/Soames - The Tea Rose by Jennifer Donnelly. I really liked Thomas' interaction with Fiona's siblings and thought they made a nice family together. I would eat dinner at their table.
06. The Halls - If I Stay by Gayle Forman. They were just a cool modern family.
07. The Smiths - Going Bovine by Libba Bray. Mad Cow brought them all together and I am very curious to see where they all are now.
08. The Finches - To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee. I haven't read Go Tell a Watchman, but Atticus Finch from To Kill a Mockingbird is the quintessential father.
09. The Marches - Little Women by Lousia May Alcott. I know, I know I said I would retire this book, but I couldn't let this one go without the Marches.
10. The Ingalls - Little House on the Prairie series by Laura Ingalls Wilder. I am a little more familiar with the twisted, but awesome Michael Landon version of Little House, but the Ingalls have always been a warm and inviting version of the American pioneer family.
What is your Top Ten this week?