The Easter Book Tag

Hello everybody!

Today, since now it’s Easter weekend, I thought it’d be fun to do the Easter Book Tag, despite not being tagged (or celebrating Easter as a religious holiday) . Onto the post!

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Rabbits – A book that you wish would multiply – So a book you want a sequel to (that doesn’t have one)-

This is VERY hard, as my favourite standalone works so perfectly I don’t think it needs one. I think I’ll go for the Eye of the North, as unlike the other book I was considering (Brightstorm) I don’t believe one is in the works. I’d love to see Emmeline and Thing on another adventure!

Egg – A book that surprised you

At time of writing, I’m halfway through the Buried Crown by Ally Sherrick, which I wasn’t sure how I’d feel about, and I’m thoroughly enjoying it, so this was a very pleasant surprise. I was absolutely blown away by Under Rose Tainted Skies a few months ago too, as I had no expectations going in and it was incredible.

Hunt – A book that was hard for you to get your hands on

This one’s a bit harder, so I’ll go for the Disappearances, which I was sent last summer. The reason it was hard to get my hands on was that it went missing in the post, and Pushkin very kindly sent me another!

Lambs – A children’s book that you still enjoy-

I still enjoy LOADS of children’s books, as you’ll can tell by other answers/my other posts!

Spring – A book with a cover that makes you think of spring

The two colours I most associate with spring are yellow and light green, so I’ll go for Battle of the Beetles, which fits the latter. It’s an absolutely brilliant ending to a phenomenal trilogy, which I highly recommend to fellow fans of MG.

Rising from the dead – A book from a deceased author

One of my favourite authors who is no longer with us is Enid Blyton, as I adored her school stories (especially Malory Towers) and the Five Find-Outers are brilliant.

Baskets – A book that is in your amazon cart or wish list right now

Ooh. There are many, many things on my bookish wishlist, both upcoming and backlist! I’m more likely to buy backlist from Amazon (so I’ll go for Boys Don’t Knit, which I’ve meant to pick up for years and have just never got to.

Thank you so much for reading! What are your favourite types of Easter eggs? Are you a fan of the books I’ve mentioned? Let me know in the comments or on Twitter @GoldenBooksGirl, and have a lovely Easter!

Amy xxx

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Author: goldenbooksgirl

Middle grade/young adult book blogger

19 thoughts on “The Easter Book Tag”

  1. I love Easter Eggs but haven’t eaten one yet, no allowed until Easter Sunday and it’s something which I always stick too. My favourite easter eggs are Cadbury ones! Great post as always Amy xx

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  2. This is a really fun post to read! I love Enid Blyton books too, I remember reading them all the time when I was younger ☺️. As for Easter Eggs, I love the Lindt mini eggs, they are soo tasty 😍 xx

    Bexa | http://www.hellobexa.com

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  3. What a fun tag, I’ve not seen this one before. OK, so obviously I love Easter eggs 😂 but I think my all time favourite rabbit book is going to have to be Watership Down – which also ticks off Lambs (children’s book), Spring, and rising from the dead because I would love Richard Adams to still be writing children’s books. Love your choices, Amy, thank you for sharing! X

    Lisa | http://www.lisasnotebook.com

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