April 11, 2020

The Little Bookshop's Shelf Scavenger Hunt

One of our local indie bookstores, in an effort to fend off boredom and spread some bookish cheer, created a bookshelf scavenger hunt for their followers. My mother and I attempted it earlier this week. We limited ourselves to the six bookcases in my room, and a few of the categories proved to be a challenge, but we did it!

1. A book with a color in the title

2. A book published in 2018

3. A book that’s considered a classic

(I could've gone with any of my Austen titles, of course, but I thought it might be interesting to choose an author I don't mention much.)

4. A book with an animal in the title

(My gut reaction was to reach for Six of Crows, but I tried to choose titles not many people know about.)

5. A book with someone’s name in the title

(TWO names.)

6. A book that’s the first in a series

7. A book that begins with the letter L

(With two more featured in the background, lol.)

8. A book that is blue

9. A book title that ends with an S

10. A book with a title that is hyphenated

11. A book with a flower(s) on the front

(My mom thought of this one before I did!)

12. A book with the word “of” in the title

(Oh there are so many in YA. So many books are titled "_ of _ and _". This one is a little different at least.)

13. A book that is green


14. A book that has stripes on the cover

(A very subtle stripe.)

15. A book that has the words “first” or “second” in the title

So there you have it! If you're looking for an at-home activity, I'd definitely suggest this scavenger hunt.

1 comment:

  1. I like this! I recall you challenged me to do it on IG, but I forgot to copy the categories before the story expired, so I've been waiting for your post to do mine.


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