I could not let this month’s Top 5 Tuesday go by without at least doing this week’s topic. I mean…books. Plus, as you might suspect, I have a lot of suitable book covers for this week.
Five books with books I own are:
The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield follows a writer interviewing a famous reclusive author and discovers the latter’s famous book of fairy tales might not entirely be fantasy.
The Plot by Jean Hanff Korelitz follows a down-on-his-luck writer turned cynical professor of a murdered student. Not wanting the boy’s promising manuscript to fall to the wayside, he takes up the pen to finish the story. But as it turns out, the book might not be as fictional as expected.
The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek by Kim Michele Richardson is a historical fiction novel set in the Appalachian mountains during the 1930s. The protagonist is a dedicated librarian who uses her horse and buggy to deliver books to less fortunate communities.
The Library of Lost and Found by Phaedra Patrick follows a painfully shy librarian who longs to make a human connection. A year after her beloved grandmother disappears, she receives a mysterious package that leads her on a quest for answers.
The Library: A Fragile History by Andrew Pettegree and Arthur der Weduwen is a nonfiction book covering the history of libraries and their relationship to society, as well as how the institution often goes unappreciated.
What’s your favorite book with books?
8 thoughts on “Top 5 Tuesday: Top 5 Books with Books”
Ooh, The Library of Lost and Found is popular this week — I will have to check it out!
Hope you had fun with this week’s prompt 📚💕
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