Friday, January 1, 2010

Books with a Title in the Title


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

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

9 comments:

Kimberly M. S. said...

Hey, I read The African Queen, listed on Mr Linky at #8. I've ended up changing the name of my blog from Gimme Some Book Learnin to Old Fashioned Book Learning.

The review can now be found at: http://oldfashionedbooklearnin.blogspot.com/2010/01/african-queen-cs-forester.html

Talk to you later!

-Kimberly M. S.

Old Fashioned Book Learnin'

Ellie said...

This week I read Goddess Girls: Athena the Brain. It's about a girl named Athena who thought she was a mortal and then found out she was Zeus' daughter. Now she had to go to Mt. Olympus Academy to learn to be a goddess. She meets Artemis, Aphrodite, Persephone, Poseidon, and even Medusa.

I thought the book was great and funny. And I learned a lot about Greek mythology.

Lisa said...

I read The Queen of Palmyra.

Terri said...

Need a consensus (or at least an opinion!) on a Title title: The Patron Saint of Liars. Do you think it qualifies? Is Saint a title?

Beth F said...

I'm easygoing -- I'll accept Saint for a title.

Suzanne said...

Review of Major Pettigrew's Last Stand is up on my blog!

Kristi said...

I'm glad that I discovered Alice Hoffman. I really enjoy her writing. I posted my review of The Ice Queen.

Wakela Runen said...

I just read Call Me Mrs. Miracle. I know when filling out applications they usually have a section called title and it will have options of Mr. Mrs. Ms. or Miss. So I guess this falls into this category.

jan godown annino said...

My book for this one is
MISS ALAINEUS: A Vocabulary Disaster, by Debra Frasier.
She is the author & illustrator of this fun picture book. It's a challenge for Mrs. Page's 5th-grade class to write sentence, for each letter of the alphabet sequentially, that has three words in the sentence, beginning with the selected letter. As in, for Q: With one quiet question, my life sank into quicksand.