Top Ten Tuesday #7: 13-9-2022: Books with Geographical Terms

Top Ten Tuesday #7: 13-9-2022: Books with Geographical Terms

Evening all!

Top Ten Tuesday, Pink, Cute, Hearts

A warm welcome to a new Top Ten post! It’s been a while (the last one was from July), but this week they had a really really fun prompt and I just HAD to participate in it.

This time the prompt is Geographic Terms and I had a hard time finding them. Not because finding books was hard, oh no, but there are too many geographical terms and I just had a hard time picking which ones I would use. There are hundreds of terms. And I wanted to find the most fun ones. Or the most interesting ones. I hope you all enjoy the ones I picked. I also added one or two Dutch books because they had the terms I wanted. And the books on this list may not all have been read by me or loved by me. This time I just went for finding books that matched the words!


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.

Nadir en Zenith in de wereld van Escher by Wouter van Reek, Children's Book, Escher, Vreemd
True North (yes series, but I count it, haha)
Bittersweet (True North #1) by Sarina Bowen , Man, Torso, Muscles, Romance, Beards, Family,
Het geheim van Adderhorst by Kater Lex
Highland + Glen
Her Wicked Highlander (Glennoe Highlanders #2) by Nicola Davidson, Romance, Poly, Historical, Adult, Man, Woman, Sex
Fjord Blue by Nina Rossing
Savage Drift (Monument 14 #3) by Emmy Laybourne, Young Adult, Apocalypse, Dystopia, Blood, Survival
Teen Titans Go! Vol. 2: Welcome to the Pizza Dome (Teen Titans Go! (2013-2019) #7-12) by Sholly Fisch, Comics, Teen Titans, Humour
World of Wonder: Mountains, Mountains, Nature, Non-fiction, Landscape, Birds, Clouds, Water, Charlotte Guillain, Eleanor Taylor, Children's Books, Gorgeous
The Golden Compass (His Dark Materials #1) by Philip Pullman, Fantasy, Children's Book, Girl, Bear, Magic, Adventure
Blackwater by Eve Bunting, Young Adult, Mystery

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