With COVID-19 numbers on the rise again, it looks like we’re going to need some great in-home entertainment to get us through social distancing this fall! We all know I’m a fan of turning to books in my free time, but I can’t deny that there are some excellent book adaptations to watch when you just can’t read anymore. Here are some of my favorites!

Locke & Key (based on the series by Joe Hill)

This book series was turned into a TV series on Netflix this year. It follows three siblings who move to their father’s ancestral estate after his murder, where they discover magical keys and an evil, otherworldly creature.

To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before (based on the novel by Jenny Han)

This was a very popular movie on Netflix when it first came out in 2018. So much so, that they even made a sequel!

I Am Not Okay With This (based on the book by Charles Sanford Forsman)

This novel was also turned into a TV series for us to binge watch. It follows the story of a teenage girl named Sydney, who has to not only navigate her new high school, but do it while she begins to exhibit superpowers.

All The Bright Places (based on the book by Jennifer Niven)

This highly popular YA novel was turned into a movie on Netflix this year. Quite simply, it’s a coming-of-age story about “a girl who learns to live from a boy who intends to die.”

Do you have a favorite book-to-movie adaptation? Let me know in the comments!