Top Ten Tuesday #2: 22-3-2022: Books With an Adjective In the Title

Top Ten Tuesday #2: 22-3-2022: Books With an Adjective In the Title

Evening everyone~

Top Ten Tuesday, Pink, Cute, Hearts

Welcome to my second Top Ten Tuesday!

I had so much fun doing it last week and it was well-received so I thought I would do it again this week! The topic was just too much fun, we have to find adjectives in titles. Since I am not native English I did have to search on Google to find out what adjectives were again. Haha. I had a suspicion on what they were and in the end I was right, but I am happy I did double-check to make sure! Then came the going through my 5 and 5+ starred shelves to find books with adjectives, and then I had to double-check them on Google to make sure they are really all adjectives, haha. In the end I picked 10 books with a new blend of adjectives. Since these books are from my 5 and 5+ starred shelves I would recommend them to all my readers! Check them out!


What is TTT?

Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together.

Each week on Tuesday there is a topic and it is up to the bloggers to find books that fit that topic! It can be 10 books, but you can also do less. You may even do your own spin to it to make it more unique or to have it work better for yourself.

Purple, Orange Letters, Haunted House, Blue & Black, Book 2, The Quiet House, Lily Morton, Guy, Ghosts, LGBT, ROmance, Sex, Humour
The Monster Doctor: Revolting Rescue, Monster Doctor, Book 2, Green, Purple, Boy, Monsters, Humour, Children's Books, Illustrations, John Kelly
Japan: A Guidebook to Special Places, Takashi Sato, Tree, Road, House, Japan, Travel, Guide, Non-Fiction, Hidden Spots
Adding that the full title is Japan: a Guidebook to Special Places
Mr Penguin and the Lost Treasure
The Unexpected Everything by Morgan Matson
Diary of an Accidental Witch, Perdita Cargill, Honor Cargill, Magic, Fantasy, Children's Books, Witches, Friendship, Diary, Funny, Blue, Girl, Magic, Cat, Frog
The Sinister Substitute, Marvel Avengers Assemly, Preeti Chhiber, James Lancett, Children's Books, Superheroes
The Unbelievable Biscuit Factory by James Harris, Humour, Children's Books, Saving the World, BIscuits, Illustrations, Dimensions, MOnsters, Superheroes, Girl, Fluffy Monsters, Loretta Schauer
Possums Are Not Cute!, Ally Burguieres, Possum, Non-fiction, Cute, Interesting, Possum, Animals, Bath, Duckie, Animals
The World's Most Pointless Animals: Or are they?, Philip Bunting, Humour, Funny, ANimals, Non-Fiction, Children's Books

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