Six for Sunday ~ 10-12-2023: Snow on Covers

Six for Sunday ~ 10-12-2023: Snow on Covers

Good evening to all~

Six for Sunday, Sky, Space, Stars

Time for a new shiny Six for Sunday! Featuring something I hope we are getting this winter (we did get a small tiny bit early this month but it melted superfast), namely snow!

I had fun going through all my shelves and finding several fun books to pick! All of them books that I put on my shelves this year~ Books I read (I Did See a Mammoth, Snow Fairy, Kid Christmas) and books I need to read (The Nesting, Peril at Owl Park, and Derde kerstdag). I even found more books with snow so I really had to make a selection, haha. I just love a good snowy cover! Seeing people have loads of it makes me want to hop into the books and just have a grand time. OK, well, in case of the I Did See a Mammoth, maybe less, because that is set at the Antarctic and that is just a bit TOO cold for me).

Let me know what you think of my covers + what covers you have that feature snow~

The Six for Sunday is normally made by Steph from Alittlebutalot. Each week features a new theme in which bloggers have to find 6 books/characters/other things. But since she hasn’t been adding new prompts these prompts are from Chonky Books (check her blog out here) who decided to make her own! So happy that SfS is still going strong~

1.
Derde kerstdag by Claudia de Breij, Aimée de Jongh, Girl looking out of the window, christmas
2.
Aggie Morton, Mystery Queen #2 Peril at Owl Park Marthe Jocelyn, Children's Books, Mystery, Murder, Snow, Christmas, Sister, Friendship, Kids, Snowman, House, Snow
3.
Snow Fairy Tomo Serizawa, LGBT, Romance, Cute, Snow, Winter, Grandparents, Sweet, Adult, Blue, Men, Feelings, Dual POV
4.
Kid Christmas: Of The Claus Brothers Toy Shop David Litchfield, Christmas, Magic, Fantasy, Picture Book, Toystore, Santa Claus
5.
The Nesting by C.J. Cooke, Dear in the cold forest
6.
I Did See a Mammoth by Alex Willmore, Boy having a tantrum on the ice with penguins looking, picture book, funny, mammoth, antarctica

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