One of the things I miss most during our collective Covid-oh-pause is my local library. I’d gotten back into the delicious habit of a weekly visit to browse the stacks, wander, socialize, and select. Now, a pile of long-overdue books sits by the door, ready to be returned and exchanged for a new set. When? No one knows.
For now, I find comfort in the unread books on my own shelves, and the regular check-ins from the library via Facebook and email. This past week, in celebration of National Library Week, they suggested a BOOKSHELF SCAVENGER HUNT and I couldn’t resist!
Post your own finds on your blog or Facebook page, then share a link back here! Let’s go!
A book by your favorite author.
The Museum of Extraordinary Things
A book with a female protagonist.
Snow Flower and the Secret Fan
A book you’ve read more than once.
A book that’s been made into a movie.
Eat, Pray, Love: One Woman’s Search for Everything Across Italy, India and Indonesia
A book that has a color and its title.
The Red Tent
A book with a face on the cover.
A Tale for the Time Being
A book that’s part of a series.
Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children (Book 1)
A book with a number in its title.
The Hundred Secret Senses
A book with a red cover.
You Learn by Living: Eleven Keys for a More Fulfilling Life
A book you’re looking forward to reading.
Eat Mangoes Naked: Finding Pleasure Everywhere (and dancing with the Pits)
Thanks Blackstone Memorial Library for this fun idea!