Do you remember I spy when you were a kid? I do. I saw this challenge over at Dorka’s blog Berries and Books. I love this game and now I get to play it with my books. I am hoping I will find all 20 prompts. In the past, with the bookshelf tag and such I found all of them. Without further ado, here I go.
The challenge: Find a book that contains (either on the cover or in the title) an example for each category. You must have a separate book for all 20, get as creative as you want and do it within five minutes!! @BooksAndLala
FOOD – TRANSPORTATION – WEAPON – ANIMAL
The Gentleman’s Guide has an onion thing on it, Aristotle has a truck, The Poppy War has a bow and arrow, and The Gilded Wolves has wolves in the title.
NUMBER – SOMETHING YOU READ – BODY OF WATER – PRODUCT OF FIRE
Thirteen Reasons Why has the number 13 in the title, Interview with a Vampire has something you read in the title (you can read an interview), Old Man and the Sea has a sea in the circle, and The Most Dangerous Game has the smoke on the cover which is a product of fire.
ROYALTY – ARCHITECTURE – CLOTHING ITEM – FAMILY MEMBER
Prince of Thorns has royalty in the title and on the cover, Silver in the Blood has a house or castle on the cover, Mara Dyer has clothing on the cover, and Camy Baker has sister in the title.
TIME OF DAY – MUSIC – PARANORMAL BEING – OCCUPATION
Wrath and the Dawn has dawn in the title, This Savage Song has a violin on the cover and song in the title, Carry On has a vampire on the cover (Baz is a vampire), Beg Borrow Steal has a club dancer on the cover & a doctors stethoscope.
SEASON – COLOR – CELESTIAL BODY – SOMETHING THAT GROWS
Merry Inkmas has winter snow on the cover, The Red Pyramid has a color in the title, clearly, Smoke in the Sun has a celestial body in the title (sun), and Hothouse Flower has a flower in the title which grows.