Hello! Today I’m gonna do the Bookshelf Scavenger Hunt, a tag created by the booktuber TheLibraryOfSarah. You can see the original video on it here. I wasn’t tagged by anyone, but I was encouraged by bluchickenninja. I won’t make a video, I’ll just post pictures of the books. Okay?
This is a list of the books I have to find:
• Find an author’s name or title with the letter Z in it
• Find a classic
• Find a book with a key on it
• Find something on your bookshelf that’s not a book
• Find the oldest book on your shelf
• Find a book with a girl on the cover
• Find a book that has an animal in it
• Find a book with a male protagonist
• Find a book with only words on it
• Find a book with illustrations in it
• Find a book with gold lettering
• Find a diary (true or fictional)
• Find a book written by someone with a common name (like Smith)
• Find a book that has a closeup of something on it
• Find a book on your shelf that takes place in the earliest time period
• Find a hardcover book without a jacket
• Find a teal/turquoise colored book
• Find a book with stars on it
• Find a non-YA book
An author’s name or title with the letter Z in it
The Catch Trap by Marion Zimmer Bradley.
Les Misérables by Victor Hugo
A book with a key on it
The Physick Book of Deliverance Dane by Katherine Howe
Something on my bookshelf that’s not a book
A mini apothecary
The oldest book on my shelf
Moulin Rouge by Pierre La Mure – published in 1954
A book with a girl on the cover
The Slow Regard of Silent Things by Patrick Rothfuss
A book that has an animal in it
This is the book of short stories about wild animals. I couldn’t find the title in English, but I’ll translate it. Wild animals: Adventures and Famous Stories by Various Authors.
A book with a male protagonist
The Maze Runner by James Dashner
A book with only words on it
Stormqueen! by Marion Zimmer Bradley
A book with illustrations in it
Grimm’s Complete Fairy Tales
A book with gold lettering
On The Origin of The Species by Charles Darwin
A diary (true or fictional)
Dracula by Bram Stoker. The story is told through excerpts of the main characters’ diaries.
A book written by someone with a common name
The Woman in White by Wilkie Collins. Collins is common, isn’t it?
A book that has a closeup of something on it
The Year of Disappearances by Susan Hubbard
A book on my shelf that takes place in the earliest time period
The Best Stories of The Celtic mythology by A.S. Franchini. This is a brazilian author.
A hardcover book without a jacket
The Name of The Rose by Umberto Eco
A teal/turquoise colored book
Cards on the Table by Agatha Christie
A book with stars on it
Sophie’s World by Jostein Gaarder
A non-YA book
Neuromancer by William Gibson.
That’s it, I suppose! I’m not tagging anyone in particular. Goodbye!