Today is Thursday, which means it’s tag day! Today I’m doing the Books and Nature Tag which I found on Wildwood Reads! If you aren’t following this blog, you really should. I think this tag was created by Better Off Reading.
A book with a landscape on the cover
I don’t know if this counts, but You Have a Match by Emma Lord has an illustrated landscape on the cover.
A book that deals with an environmental issue
A book set in space
Unsurprisingly, I’m going to pick The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams.
A book with an animal main character
The Midnight Guardians by Ross Montgomery is a fun, historical fantasy, middle-grade book that features some animal main characters.
A natural literary setting you would love to be in
The first book that came to mind for this question is Meet Me at the Lake by Carley Fortune. I would love to be in the Muskoka area right now, wearing a cozy sweater and reading by the water. If you’re interested, here’s my review of Meet Me at the Lake.
A natural literary setting you would hate to be in
I don’t think I want to be on the island that And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie takes place on. Sure, it’s nice and secluded, but also murder.
A story set in the woods
A non-fiction book that talks about an environmental topic
I don’t have an answer for this question. I rarely read non-fiction so I don’t know what’s out there.
A picture book with a natural theme
I have to pick a classic for this one and go with The Lorax by Dr. Seuss.
A wildcard book
I’m going to pick The Lost Apothecary by Sarah Penner as my wildcard book because so many natural herbs are used in the Apothecary.
That was fun! If you’re looking for a tag to do, consider yourself tagged!