Friday, January 1, 2010

Books with a Plant in the Title


Here's the place to link up your reviews of books with a plant in the title.

If you don't have a blog or don't write reviews, please mark your progress in the comments.

8 comments:

Jayme said...

I finished my first book for this challenge, The Blood of Flowers by Anita Amirrezvani, and just wrote my first book blog review. Be gentle.

Phyl said...

My book review is up, for Snow Flower and the Secret Fan, by Lisa See. I picked it up just because I knew I was looking for a book with a plant in the title. I hadn't heard of the book before, and had no idea it would be so good!

Teddyree said...

Just posted my review for my 1st book for this challenge. The Crying Tree by Naseem Rakha - 5 stars

Ellie said...

For my plant book, I read Ivy & Bean. It's a book about two girls who think they don't like each other, and then they become great friends. One of them thinks she's a witch and has to get her friend out of trouble. I like it, and think it would be great for 9 and 10 year olds who like books about friendship. This is my fourth What's in a Name book. Next I am reading Clementine, which is a food title.

Lisa said...

I read The Lotus Eaters by Tatjana Soli.

anzlitlovers said...

That's it, I've finished. I completed this challenge using all Australian titles
Trouble in Lotus Land by Charmian Clift
Pickle to Pie by Glenice Whitting
Nothing like a Dame by Bernadette Clohesy
Searching for the Secret River by Kate Grenville
Not Going to Vietnam by Garrie Hutchinson
The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith by Thomas Keneally.
Thanks for hosting!
Lisa Hill, ANZ LitLovers

beastmomma said...

The challenge is going slowly for me, but I am finally half way finished!

jan godown annino said...

I have a sweet title for this one: MY MON HUGS TREES by Robyn Ringgold with illustrations from Vidya Vasudevan.
A young girl enjoyes the outdoors with her Mom, who talks to flowers, helps wayward bugs along on their way, & yes, hugs trees. Sweet.