Top Ten Tuesday: 28-11-2023: Books Set in X (Ant)Arctic(A)

Top Ten Tuesday: 28-11-2023: Books Set in X (Ant)Arctic(A)


Top Ten Tuesday, Pink, Cute, Hearts

A cold welcome to a new Top Ten Tuesday! Today’s prompt? Books set in X! Which meant a whole scala of options, but I went with (Ant)Arctic(a), because it is getting colder and colder here, thankfully not as cold as in the north/south pole, but well, you get the idea, haha. I had fun finding books for both parts, in the end I got 7 for one and 3 for the other! I added two Dutch books because I could and because I want to feature those as well~ It was a really fun prompt and I also got some ideas for others, so who knows when there is a freebie or a week that I don’t really like, I could do those!

Let me know what (Ant)arctic(a) books you know and would recommend!


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.

Up to This Pointe by Jennifer Longo
oe and Lars by Kashelle Gourley, Skylar Hogan, North Pole, Cute, Picture Book, Children's Books, Polar Bear, Humour
The Snow Child by Eowyn Ivey, Child hiding behind a tree in a snow-covered landscape
The Lights That Dance in the Night, Northern Lights, Picture Book
The Way Home For Wolf, Rachel Bright, Jim Field, Wolf in the snow
Noorderlicht in Noorwegen by Thea Stilton, Thea Sisters running in the snow with northern lights in the sky, norway, travel
The Golden Compass by Philip Pullman, His Dark Materials, Girl on a polar bear, magic, fantasy
Antarctica A Continent of Wonder by Mario Cuesta Hernando, Raquel Martin, Ice with penguins and a whale
Superjuffie op de Zuidpool by Janneke Schotveld, Annet Schaap, Superhero flying in the school above south pole, superheroes, teaching
It Looks Like Us by Alison Ames, Fire in a snow area, Horror, monsters

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