Nov 16, 2008

Meme- Title ABC's

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Why am I awake and blogging at four am? Good question. My daughter is sick and I had to get up at three to check on her. Now I can't get back to sleep (husband snores pretty loud). So here we are. Well, KittyCat from Right Reads tagged me a few days ago for this alphabet meme I've seen floating around forever. I was surprised how easy it was to come up with these titles! For every book listed here I easily thought of a few more, so maybe I'll do a second alphabet meme in the future. These are mostly old favorites (except for maybe Up the Down Staircase. It was good, but I wouldn't really call it a favorite. I couldn't think of another U title, though).

Amy's Eyes- Richard Kennedy
Bone People, The- Keri Hulme
Call It Sleep- Henry Roth
Dogsbody- Diana Wynne Jones
Edge of the Forest- Agnes Smith
Flowers for Algernon- Daniel Keyes
Grendel- John Gardner
Heart is a Lonely Hunter, The- Carson McCullers
I Will Call It Georgie's Blues- Suzanne Newton
Julie of the Wolves- Jean Craighead Geroge
Karen- Marie Killilea
Lastborn of Elvinwood, The- Linda Haldeman
My Friend Flicka- Mary O'Hara
Neverending Story- Michael Ende
Once and Future King, The- T.H. White
Poisonwood Bible, The- Barbara Kingsolver
Q -?
Ratha's Creature- Clare Bell
Secret Garden, The- Frances Hodgson Burnett
Tam Lin- Pamela Dean
Up the Down Staircase- Bel Kaufman
Very Far Away From Anywhere Else- LeGuin
Wind in the Willows, The- Kenneth Graham
X - ?
Yearling, The- Marjorie Kinnea Rawlings
Zoo Where You're Fed to God, The- Michael Ventura

4 comments:

Trish said...

Loved Bone People and Poisonwood Bible. And I'm excited to see you have a review of The Zoo where You're Fed to God--I picked that up on at a used sale a few years ago because I liked the title, but haven't heard anything about it!

Trish said...

Hmmm--Ok--not a review. So you'd recommend it?

Jeane said...

Sorry about that! Maybe I should have just posted links to my reviews, but I wanted to give people something to read about each book, as some of them are less-known....

Yes, I'd recommend it. It's kind of an odd story, quirky but interesting. Not like any other I've read! I'll make a point to write about that one soon.

Trish said...

No worries! Just excited to see the title and know someone else who read it!