Six for Sunday: Sunshine!

Six for Sunday: Books with Sunshine on the Cover


S4S sunshine


This was a tricky prompt, as always recently! I always find it difficult to think of books with specific types of cover, but I do think that this prompt is perfect for today as the sun has finally broken through the clouds and we have been having such lovely weather that it truly (finally!) feels like summer.


The Alchemist by Paul Coelho

I read this years ago and remember very little about it, but I feel like I should really read it again to see what I get out of it as an older reader.

I’ll Give You the Sun by Jandy Nelson

Contemporary isn’t really my ‘thing’ so I thought that this was okay, but not as great as many others.

Singing to the Sun by Vivian French and Jackie Morris

According to my Goodreads I haven’t read this, but I have and it is a stunning fairytale with an unexpected ending and, of course, sumptuous illustrations.

Warrior Boy by Virginia Clay

The author visited our school earlier this year and was lovely so I really need to read this, but I am ashamed to admit that I have yet to get around to it.

Half of a Yellow Sun by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

This is another which I have had recommended to me by a number of people, but have yet to read it.

The Girl Who Came Out of the Woods by Emily Barr

This sounds fascinating so I will probably get around to reading it at some point!

 


What did you think of my choices?

Do you have any books with sunshine on the cover?


#SixforSunday is created by Steph from A Little But a Lot.


Check out some of my previous weeks of #SixforSunday here:

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Book characters I would like to stuck in a lift with

Animal companions in children’s books

Book characters I would like to be friends with

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Most exciting 2018 releases

Favourite books of 2018 so far

Favourite places to read

Favourite snacks to eat while reading

Favourite books that nobody has heard of

Questions for Authors

Questions for Publishers

Questions I always get asked

Rainbow Books

Metallic Books

Books that have made me laugh

Books that have made me cry

Books that have made me want to shout

Auto-buy authors

Books people are always telling me to read

Books that have been on the TBR pile forever

Favourite blog posts

Advice for bloggers

Favourite series/trilogies

Books I want to reread

Books I wish I had as a teen

Dream Bookish Events

Authors who should collaborate

Characters I want to see together

2018 Bookish Highlights

New Year, New Books

Bookish Wishes

Bookish Loves

Bookish Hates

Favourite LGBT Books

Favourite LGBT Characters

Childhood favourites

2019 kidlit must-reads

2018 books everyone needs to read

2018 books I need to reread

2019 books I want to read

2019 books I’m excited for

Books I Want To Be Written

Characters who deserve their own book

Baddies who deserve their own book

Couples who need a sequel

Fictional characters I want to befriend

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4 Comments Add yours

  1. The Alchemist by Paul Coelho is an absolute gem! I hope you get to read it again, you will love it 🙂

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    1. I will have to track down my copy and read it – it must be around 14 or 15 years ago that I read it first!

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  2. I really enjoyed Warrior Boy when I read it last year- excited to hear what you think of it once you’ve gotten round to it 💜
    Amy x

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    1. Thank you! I did read the first few chapters when the author was visiting our school, then had my copy borrowed by a Year 6 and have never gotten around to finishing it. Need to read it soon!

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