North Yorkshire libraries are running a reading game called Book Bingo.
Complete a row of five books borrowed and read from the library, submit your card by 4 January and you will be entered into a prize draw. It’s open to everyone aged over 12 . Clearly designed to attract more book borrowing and teenage readers, age categories being 12-15, 16-24, 25-54 and 55 and over.
I look on it as a chance to read more books….. all in a good cause.
I also see it as a way of choosing books I wouldn’t normally give a second look at. And That’s where I would love some help from you please.
So any suggestions for the following?
- A book made into a film.
- A book published over 100 years ago
- Sci-fi or fantasy novel- I don’t like this genre, so a nice short well written book, please.
- One published in the last three months- that would be after June
- A book set in the past
- A book written by someone who’s not a writer
- A teenage book
- A book with a name in the title
- A book with a one word title
- Book with a face on the cover
- Book with a number in the title
- A funny book
- Book ispired by a true story
- A book I’ve never heard of!!
- Book with a tree on the cover ( Doh I just returned one!)
- Book I can finish in a day ( well that would be most books!)
You’ll note I missed some out, they would be my usual reading matter!
Please help, there is a category called book recommended by others, and I consider that ticked off already as most of the books I read are now recomendations left in the comments of my book posts, or your book posts. Meantime maybe your library is doing book bingo.
Wish me luck, and thanks.