Welcome to my challenge for Bout of Books 5.0!
Name the perfect book for each season of the year! The book can either have the name of the season in the title, or — and this is the preferred way! — the book can take place in that specific season.
Feel free to jazz it up however you like, by including pictures of the book to go with the name. The entry form will have space for you to submit your entry on the form, or via a link to your blog.
Spring’s Awakening, by Frank Wedekind, OR
Spring Fever, by Mary Kay Andrews
Girls in Pants, by Ann Brashares, OR
The Summer I Turned Pretty, by Jenny Han
Harvest, by Catherine Landis, OR
The Thousand Autumns of Jacob de Zoet, by David Mitchell
Winter Garden, by Kristin Hannah, OR
The Lion, The Witch, & The Wardrobe, by C.S. Lewis
A book up to $10 from the Book Depository.
Open to anyone who can receive books from the Book Depository, so long as you are a participant in Bout of Books 5.0 (I will be checking the master list!)!
This challenge will only be up for 24 hours, so you have until midnight tonight CST to enter! I will pick the winner using Random.org and will contact the winner on Friday. Regular giveaway rules apply.
This giveaway is now CLOSED! Out of 40 official entries, the winner is:
Their answer (from this blog post):
As I have a really hard time remembering when/where a lot of the books I’ve read where set or they’ve not played much attention to the season I’ve done with picking titles instead, for Summer I’ve chose Summer and Bird by Katherine Catmull which I haven’t read but has been on my wishlist for a month, the cover forAutumn by David Moody caught my eye and it sounds fabulous so I’ve added it to my wishlist now, on my to be read pile from NetGalley I have Blades of Winter by G.T. Almasi which I may actually start during boutofbooks cause I honestly forgot about it, and last but not least for Spring we have Spring-Heeled Jack by Philip Pullman cause I’m about 80% sure I read this during school!
While I normally use Google Docs for giveaways, I thought I’d have people enter by leaving their answers below — that way everyone participating can see the answers.
Good luck and have fun!
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