Have you heard? It’s spin list time baby! Woot! Actually, I must admit this is my first time to participate in a spin list challenge…but im very excited. Also, this will be the first official event that the group hosts since the Moderator switch over. I’m very excited to be one of the new moderators and even more excited about the event!
If you haven’t participated before, it’s very easy. Just pick 20 books from your classics list and tune in Wednesday to see which number is drawn…then you have to read that book! 😀 Also, if you haven’t join the classics club, give it some thought. It’s great fun. Please feel free to add any questions about the club or event in the comments below. Also, you can read more about joining here.
|1||Charles Darwin||The Origin of Species||1859||No|
|2||Hendrik Willem Van Loon||The Story of Mankind||1921||No|
|3||Lois Lowry||The Giver||1993||No|
|4||Jane Austen||Pride and Prejudice||1813||No|
|5||Jules Verne||Around the World In 80 Days||1872||French|
|6||Antoine de Saint-Exupery||The Little Prince||1943||French|
|7||Louisa May Alcott||Little Women||1868||No|
|8||L. M. Montgomery||Anne of Green Gables||1908||No|
|9||Gabriel Garcia Marquez||One Hundred Years of Solitude||1967||Spanish|
|11||Ayn Rand||Atlas Shrugged||1957||No|
|12||Madeleine L’Engle||A Wrinkle in Time||1962||No|
|13||Mark Haddon||The Curious Incident Of the Dog In the Nighttime||2003||No|
|14||Daphane Du Maurier||Rebecca||1938||No|
|16||Carlos Ruiz Zafon||The Shadow of the Wind||2001||Spanish|
|17||H. G. Wells||The Invisible Man||1897||No|
|18||Jonathan Swift||Gulliver’s Travels||1726||No|
|19||Sun Tzu||The Art of War||500 BC||Chinese|
|20||Alexis de Tocqueville||Democracy In America||1840||French|
So which books are you adding to your spin list? & which number are you hoping for?