What an Animal! Challenge ~ Completed


What an Animal! reading challenge ended on June 30th, so I’m a little late with writing my wrap-up post.  I have to admit, I found this challenge a bit hard to complete.  I wasn’t reading any books with animal titles or animals on the front cover.  About half of the books listed, I didn’t realize they would fit the challenge until after I finished reading and updated my Excel spreadsheet.  I didn’t think I would complete the challenge, but manage to squeeze in the last book days before the challenge ended.  Here’s what I read:

1. Summer Blowout – Claire Cook
2. Dashing Through the Snow – Mary Higgins Clark and Carol Higgins Clark
3. Deadly Advice – Roberta Isleib
4. Asking for Murder – Roberta Isleib
5. The Lost Recipe for Happiness – Barbara O’Neal
6. Being Nikki – Meg Cabot

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What an Animal Challenge


Kristi of
Passion for the Page is hosting What an Animal Challenge. Here are the rules:

1. Read at least 6 books that have any of these requirements:
a. an animal in the title of the book
b. an animal on the cover of the book
c. an animal that plays a major role in the book
d. a main character that 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…dragons, mermaids, centaurs, fairies, vampires…you get the idea…
3. Challenge runs from July 1, 2008 to June 30, 2009. You can still sign up after July 1st as long as you can get 6 books read by June 30th.

4. Books can be fiction or nonfiction.
5. You may make a list of books at the beginning of the challenge or just list them as you find them.
6. Books may be swapped out at anytime (assuming you made a list to begin with).
7. Crossover books with other challenges is permitted and encouraged.
8. You don’t have to blog or write a review, but you can if you want to.


(Update 12-10-08: I decided to move this post from my main blog here. It’s easier for me to have all my challenges in one place.)

My list:

1. Summer Blowout – Claire Cook
2. Dashing Through the Snow – Mary Higgins Clark and Carol Higgins Clark
3.  Deadly Advice – Roberta Isleib
4.  Asking for Murder – Roberta Isleib
5.  The Lost Recipe for Happiness – Barbara O’Neal
6.  Being Nikki – Meg Cabot