Monday, October 15, 2012

Listless Monday: True or False Edition

Listless Monday was inspired by both Amanda at A Bookshelf Monstrosity's feature Books by Theme and Court at Once Upon a Bookshelf's Listed feature. Be sure to check out their lists!

And it's time for another...Listless Monday - the most exciting feature in the book blogging world :)  I decided this would make a fun display, if only I had fun books to display and a place to put them.  Call it a virtual Pop Quiz and tell me if it's True or False.

True or False

The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexie
The Mostly True Adventures of Homer P. Figg by Rodman Philbrick?
The Mostly True Story of Jack by Kelly Barnhill
The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle by Avi
A True Princess by Diane Zahler

39 Clues: One False Note by Gordon Korman
False Colours by Georgette Heyer
False Memory by Dan Krokos
The False Prince by Jennifer A. Nielsen
The False Princess by Eilis O'Neal

Any additions?

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  1. When you say display do you mean like at a store with all the books you've listed? Or, on a bookshelf by each other? Or, both?

    Unfortunately, I haven't read any of these, but based on their covers alone, I think they'd look nice by each other.

    1. More like at a store (or I was thinking at the library when they have displays set up by theme). I think it would be fun to have a truth or dare one too, but I'm not sure I can come up with books for that!

  2. You are quite creative! That's all I have to say. ;)

    1. Well, thanks! I don't always feel very creative, but I appreciate you saying I am :)

  3. Not sure I could do much better, but it's a little sad that so many book titles are so similar ...

    1. There are a lot of similar titles! I was thinking about it too. I think there's an adult one I didn't include called False Queen :)


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