What an Animal II Challenge


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Kristy at Passion for the Page is hosting part II of the What An Animal Challenge.

1. Read at least 6 books that have any of the following requirements:

a. there is an animal in the title of the book
b. there is an animal on the cover of the book
c. an animal plays a major role
d. a main character is (or turns into) an animal (define that however you’d like

2. The animal can be any type of animal (real or fictitious)–dog, cat, monkey, wolf, snake, insect, hedgehog, aardvark…dragon, mermaid, centaur, vampire, werewolf…you get the idea…
3. Challenge runs from July 1, 2009 to February 28, 2010.

I didn’t participate in this challenge the first time around but I thought it might be fun to join this year. This one may be more of a challenge than I think, so we shall see how I do.

MY LIST:

  1. Marley and Me by John Grogan
  2. Four Blind Mice by James Patterson
  3. Big Bad Wolf by James Patterson
  4. Free Stallion by Amber Tamblyn
  5. The Angel Experiment by James Patterson
  6. What My Cat Has Taught Me About Life by Niki Anderson

Choosing from the following books:

  • Marley and Me by John Grogan
  • The Big Bad Wolf by James Patterson
  • Four Blind Mice by James Patterson
  • James Herriot’s Favorite Dog Stories by James Herriot
  • The Mermaid Chair by Sue Monk Kidd
  • What My Cat Has Taught Me About Life by Niki Anderson
  • Appaloosa by Robert B. Parker
  • Eats, Shoots and Leaves by Lynne Truss
  • From Dead to Worse by Charlaine Harris
  • Dead and Gone by Charlaine Harris

I may come up with more and the list by change dramatically over the course of time, but these are the ones that are off my shelves that would qualify.

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2 responses to “What an Animal II Challenge

  1. Welcome to the challenge! I have Marley & Me and at least one of Charlaine Harris’s Sookie books on my list, too ;o). Hope you enjoy them. Happy reading!

  2. Pingback: Challenge Update « reading comes from writing

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