My Little Bookcase May Edition :: Our List

The Instagram play along hosted by Jackie from My Little Bookcase this month has been a lot of fun for Celeste and I. Every day, we scan our bookshelves for a book to match that day's prompt. 

I wanted to keep a record of the books we have shared so far and share the list with you. Following this mosaic (which isn't in order), you will find a list with the prompts and our choices for each. Sometimes, we just couldn't pick only one. 

At the end of the month, I will updated this list with the last few books. 

1. A classic: Journey to the Centre of the Earth by Jules Verne

2. A book that makes your child laugh: LMNO Peas by Keith Baker

3. A book you love to read aloud: The Little House by Virginia Lee Burton

4. A favourite cover: Martine et les 4 saisons by Gilbert Delahaye

5. A green message: Miss Rumphius by Barbara Cooney; Nature in the Neighborhood by Gordon Morrison 

6. A favourite author: Dr. Seuss

7. Onomatopoeia: Chitty Chitty Bang Bang 

8. A book about animals: (we chose 9 for this one!) Just So Stories, A Nest for Celeste, Tumtum & Nutmeg, Little Fur, Dolphin's First Day, Pagoo, Animal Homes, Insects do the Strangest Things, A Lion's Pride

9. A character's name of significance: A Nest for Celeste by Henri Cole
10. A fairytale : (5 titles) The Stories of Hans Christian Andersen, Grimm's Complete Fairy Tales, Blue Fairy Book, Orange Fairy Book, Usborne Hans Christian Andersen's Fairy Tales. 

11. A wordless book: The Arrival by Shaun Tan

12. A book from your own childhood: Le Petit Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupery

13. A sweet illustration: La Vie des Lutins, Sim Chung: The Blind Man's Daughter from the Barefoot Book of Ballet Stories

14. Set in a city: Maybelle the Cable Car by Virginia Lee Burton

15. A book that makes you cry: The Ugly Duckling

16. A favourite character: Anne of Green Gables

17. Set in another country: Peter and the Starcatchers by Dave Barry & Ridley Pearson

18. Unusual or unique: A Difficult Day by Eugenie Fernandes

19. Cool typography: The Mermaid's Treasure; Wizardology; Care and Feeding of Sprites 

20. Tonight's bedtime story (4 titles from what we were each reading that night): The Kill Order by J. Dashner (Andre); Scarlet by Marrissa Meyer (Adrienne); The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald (me); Sister Magic (Celeste)

21. Borrowed from the library: The Snow Queen; The Painted Girls; The Great Gatsby; The Flower Alphabet Book; + manga 

22. An Australian book: Wendy Orr

23. An international author: Cornelia Funke; Sir Arthur Conan Doyle; Philip Pullman

24. Controversial: Harry Potter series

25. Your child's choice: Usborne Dolly Dressing sticker books - she has a collection of these! 

26. Interesting title: The Whipping Boy

27. Cloth bound: Ruby Gloom's Guide to Friendship; Le Language des Fleurs

28. Board book: Little Canada; Goodnight Mooon

29. Given as a gift: The School for Good and Evil by Soman Chainani; Movie Stars sticker book

30. Beautiful endpapers: Pinocchio by Carlo Collodi 

31. Award winner: Robert Closkey 


  1. Thank you Alexandra for playing along. It was a fab month and you shared some lovely books.


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