The Christmas Bookshelf Scavenger Hunt

Hello and welcome to Blogmas day 13! Today’s post has been inspired by Hailey, who did a really fun video the other day and so I decided that I’d love to have a go…so, presenting

The Christmas Bookshelf Scavenger Hunt

1. A book set during Christmas

What Light by Jay Asher

2. Five cold words

Frostblood -Elly Blake
Winter Magic – Abi Elphinstone
A Court of Frost and Starlight – Sarah J Maas
The Snow Spider – Jenny Nimmo
The Storm Whale in Winter – Benji Davies

3. A red and green book cover

The Apple Tart of Hope – Sarah Moore Fitzgerald

4. A character with a festive name

A Boy Called Christmas – Matt Haig

5. A festive object

Mistletoe and Murder – Robin Stevens

6. A book with baking in it

Cookie – Jacqueline Wilson

7. A book cover with a wintery scene

Last Stop on the Reindeer Express – Maudie Powell-Tuck

8. A book cover with silver and gold

Cogheart – Peter Bunzl

9. A book that was a gift

The Great Good Thing – Roderick Townley

10. A title that describes how Christmas shopping feels

I’ll Give You The Sun – Jandy Nelson

11. Spell Santa Claus using book titles

Say Her Name – Juno Dawson
A Monster Calls – Patrick Ness, Siobhan Dowd
Nickolai of the North – Lucy Daniel Raby
Tom’s Midnight Garden – Philippa Pearce
All The Bright Places – Jennifer Niven

Can You Keep A Secret – Sophie Kinsella
Legendary – Stephanie Garber
Always With Love – Giovanna Fletcher
Under Rose-Tainted Skies – Louise Gornall
Sunflowers in February – Phyllida Shrimpton

kayleigh

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