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2011 Never Judge A Book By Its Cover Release Challenge, 1st Quarter

Welcome to the challenge!!!

The lovely Danesnboxers originated this challenge and for many years was our fearless hostess. Currently she is unable to carry on, so for the moment I’m continuing her excellent challenge.

GUIDELINES AND RULES:

Each Saturday a book cover is posted as the theme for the coming week. The object is to find books with the themed cover for the week and wild release them. For instance, the week’s cover might be a pen showing on the cover (modern or quill) or the word pen within the title of the book.

Sometimes we will have a “Mystery Namer” – someone other than me who will set up the challenge.

1) Saturday is overlap day either the previous week's cover can be released or the new cover can be released. FOR EUROPE, Sunday is the overlap day.
2) Both the front and the back of the book are considered “the cover,” so pictures on the back are acceptable.
3) Any kind of release is OK but only wild release catches will count.
4) Each person must keep track of their releases each week which must be posted here with a link to the JE. PLEASE DO NOT go back and edit a previous post and add more releases to it, but make a new post for releases of any given week.
5) If you wild release a book and it gets caught then you have a release counted and a catch counted. However, if the person who caught the book releases it and it gets caught again - that's not another catch for you since you didn't do the second release.
6) When you have a cover which could work for 2 consecutive weeks, then you must to decide which week to count it as a release (remember that it’s only one book and can only be counted once).

IF YOU DON’T WISH TO BE A MYSTERY NAMER, YOU CAN ALWAYS SEND ME SUGGESTIONS FOR BOOK COVERS! I will periodically use them.

That's all folks. I'll be back on Saturday with the new cover.

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Welcome to the challenge!!!

The lovely Danesnboxers originated this challenge and for many years was our fearless hostess. Currently she is unable to carry on, so for the moment I’m continuing her excellent challenge.

GUIDELINES AND RULES:

Each Saturday a book cover is posted as the theme for the coming week. The object is to find books with the themed cover for the week and wild release them. For instance, the week’s cover might be a pen showing on the cover (modern or quill) or the word pen within the title of the book.

Sometimes we will have a “Mystery Namer” – someone other than me who will set up the challenge.

1) Saturday is overlap day either the previous week's cover can be released or the new cover can be released. FOR EUROPE, Sunday is the overlap day.
2) Both the front and the back of the book are considered “the cover,” so pictures on the back are acceptable.
3) Any kind of release is OK but only wild release catches will count.
4) Each person must keep track of their releases each week which must be posted here with a link to the JE. PLEASE DO NOT go back and edit a previous post and add more releases to it, but make a new post for releases of any given week.
5) If you wild release a book and it gets caught then you have a release counted and a catch counted. However, if the person who caught the book releases it and it gets caught again - that's not another catch for you since you didn't do the second release.
6) When you have a cover which could work for 2 consecutive weeks, then you must to decide which week to count it as a release (remember that it’s only one book and can only be counted once).

IF YOU DON’T WISH TO BE A MYSTERY NAMER, YOU CAN ALWAYS SEND ME SUGGESTIONS FOR BOOK COVERS! I will periodically use them.

That's all folks. I'll be back on Saturday with the new cover.
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but I have 2 questions.
Do releases for other challenges count?
What is the overlap day for NZ?
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I'm not sure about crossover day, but yes, you can use a release for multiple challenges as long as it works for the theme that week.
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but I have 2 questions.
Do releases for other challenges count?
What is the overlap day for NZ?


As Judy said, multiple challenge releases are fine as long as they fit the week's challenge.

The Saturday overlap day began because of Australia BCers who requested it, so I believe your overlap day is the same.
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What is the overlap day for NZ?

The Saturday overlap day began because of Australia BCers who requested it, so I believe your overlap day is the same.


That's not quite right, as I see it.

When it is Saturday morning in America, it's Saturday afternoon in Europe and Africa, Saturday evening in most of Asia, and late night or even Sunday morning in Australia and New Zealand.

That means, if the theme is announced on Saturday morning american time, Saturday as overlap day works only for the Americas. So if the overlap day for Europe is sunday, it should be the same for Asia and Australia. The question didn't arise in earlier years, probably because there were no australian participants.
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There are several of us in this challenge from Australia and we have been doing so for quite a while. I think I started in 2005 and crimson-tide was already participating .
Our crossover day is Sunday as it is Sunday morning usually before we get the theme. In Western Australia we are 3 hours behind the Eastern States time at the moment. When the theme comes early I get it Saturday night which is like a bit of a bonus.
I confirmed that with Danes when I started.
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There are several of us in this challenge from Australia and we have been doing so for quite a while. I think I started in 2005 and crimson-tide was already participating .
Our crossover day is Sunday as it is Sunday morning usually before we get the theme. In Western Australia we are 3 hours behind the Eastern States time at the moment. When the theme comes early I get it Saturday night which is like a bit of a bonus.
I confirmed that with Danes when I started.


Great, thanks for setting me straight.
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Thank you all....I'll take Sunday as being the overlap day for NZ.
Now all I have to do is find a book :)
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Happy New Year all! Thanks, Secretariat, for taking on the challenge.
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Looking forward to another year!
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In honor of the New Year:

Picture of a very old man with a beard or an infant.
Words: Happy, New, Year, 20 or twenty, 11 or eleven.

This may be much tougher than I originally thought. I've just checked my books - nothing. On Monday I'm going to have to go to my used book stores.
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Wow, you really didn't start with an easy one, did you? I managed to find a couple, though.
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1. http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/8529456 Nostradamus complete with beard
2. http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/8529459 my YEAR off

This was hard. I have LOTS of books and can usually find a picture - but all my old men are clean shaven. Needed to revert to a word
Thanks for continuing this Secretariat I do enjoy it
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and Other Stories by Evan Hunter, since it's my favorite book of short stories and out of print, so I'd better get looking for something else I can part with.
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Released this morning:
http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/8232836
Force of Nature (Troubleshooters, Book 11)

Does it count?

Have a couple to register and release later. Wish I had a copy of Eleven on top!
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Also for week one:

http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/8539945/ the Giver (old man with beard on cover)

http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/8539959/ The Bernini Bust (old man with beard on cover, even though he's a bit fragmented.)

http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/8539971/ HAPPY are Those Who Thirst for Justice

See you later!
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Released this morning:
http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/8232836
Force of Nature (Troubleshooters, Book 11)

Does it count?

Sure.
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I'm going to try to get more involved in this challenge again; count me in!
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I'm going to try to get more involved in this challenge again; count me in!


Embedded words always count in my challenges. Nice to have you join us.
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Actually the NJABBIC challenge was started by someone else if my memory is correct, Danes took the reins from them, as they weren't able to carry on with challenge. It has been bugging me for a couple of months trying to remember the person that started it. I am sure solittletime would remember the origin host or hostess, or maybe even Sha as she got me into the challenges just after I joined bookcrossing.
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I'll pop in and out, depending on whether I have wild release books for the week or not.
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I certainly read the right "cross-over" book to read and release!

New Year's Baby by Stella Bagwell http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/6544619
(and the baby is on the cover too)
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1. http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/7317491 Crimes of the 20th Century
2. http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/7317544 Pregnancy and Birth. Picture of a baby.

#1 is a very large hardcover so I plan to leave it at the truck stop in our town.
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This should be fun!
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1. http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/8512702/
A NEW Song

Week to date: 1 release
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http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/7819191

One of my few catches for the year, travelled quite a way
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I'm here as well - although am still catching up on 2010 releases!

Thanks for taking this on, Secretariat.
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4) Each person must keep track of their releases each week which must be posted here with a link to the JE. PLEASE DO NOT go back and edit a previous post and add more releases to it, but make a new post for releases of any given week.


MUST participants release a book every week? Or is it OK to release only for some of the themes/weeks?
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MUST participants release a book every week? Or is it OK to release only for some of the themes/weeks?


Hardly anyone manages to release a book each week, most don't even try.

There's nothing to win in this challenge, so there's also nothing to lose. We are in this challenge for the fun, and to keep ourselves going.
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http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/8428799/ "A Busy YEAR"
http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/5889963 "Let the Dead Bury Their Dead" (baby in picture)
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1. http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/5744920 "The Bad Beginning" by Lemony Snicket (pic of infant on cover)
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I may try this again (tried occasionally in the past but usually drop out because I always seem to have released the perfect cover the week prior ). But this way I can stalk Secretariat and search for embedded words!

Will not be a regular, though, just a semi-regular, which is much more true to my nature!

PS Can I use a double l as an 11? ;-P (just kidding. that would be pushing it, though I do love to raise the bar -- or lower it!)
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All of these have baby pictures on cover:

2. http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/8512691/
On Becoming Babywise: Giving your infant the gift of nighttime sleep

3. http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/8512692/
On Becoming Babywise: Book 2

4. http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/8512693/
Nursing Your Baby 4th Ed

5. http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/8512694/
The Baby Book

Catch (new in title, no picture match):
http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/8512702/
A NEW Song

Releases YTD: 5

Catches YTD: 1
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Seven BABIES on cover.

1. http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/8539325?... Seven From Heaven
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http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/8537952 Ten Little NEW Yorkers by Kinky Friedman.
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Is it only a picture of a baby that counts? Not the word "baby"???
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Is it only a picture of a baby that counts? Not the word "baby"???


Yes, you are correct - picture only.
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Did you know that next week we will be able to celebrate both Save the Eagles Day and Amelia Earhart Day? Okay, kind of obvious where I'm going with this one. In honor of those events our challenge is:

PICTURE: Anything that is capable of flying - birds, airplanes, hot air balloons, kites, flying insects, and mythical flying beasts (dragons, faeries, monkeys, etc.).

WORDS: Fly, Flying, Flyers, Flight, Balloon, Kite, Butterfly, Grasshopper, Mosquito, Bird, name of any bird (i.e. Woodpecker), dragon, faerie.

Have fun.
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Oh, finally I have a couple sitting right on my desk that will fit the week like a glove. " First into the Air: The First Airplanes", and "Oh, So Silly" (airplane outside window).
I also think it is appropriate with all the news about dead birds in the last couple of weeks.
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Every Sunday I go for a walk downtown before heading over to choir practice/church. I usually release books. Maybe I'll just try and see what I can release for the theme of the week, if I have any, that week.

So for week 2 I released these books today:

http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/8046138/ Girl With the DRAGON tattoo

http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/8338028/ The First Book of FAIRY tales (themed -- released in front of a toy store)

http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/8544798/ The Cheerios Christmas Play book, which has REINDEER on the front. If you tell me that Reindeer don't fly, I'll be heartbroken. (Themed -- released in front of The Christmas Shop.)

And then there are these two, to make my friend Secretariat Smile:

http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/8525350/ A is for Alibi ("A"s flew in my childhood. See the JE for an explanation :) )

and

http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/8544820/ The Good PIG (Because some of my releases will probably only count when pigs fly...) (Themed: Released at Sticky Fingers Barbcue.)
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And then there are these two, to make my friend Secretariat Smile:

http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/8525350 A is for Alibi ("A"s flew in my childhood. See the JE for an explanation :) )

and

http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/8544820 The Good PIG (Because some of my releases will probably only count when pigs fly...) (Themed: Released at Sticky Fingers Barbcue.)


Oh, you have so dated both of us. We had Flying A stations in MT when I was a kid, too. Now the only time I remember them is when I happen to see an old ad in some film or TV show.

And, of course, you're right about the pigs . . . .
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Oh, you have so dated both of us. We had Flying A stations in MT when I was a kid, too. Now the only time I remember them is when I happen to see an old ad in some film or TV show.

And, of course, you're right about the pigs . . . .


But did I at least amuse you? :)
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But did I at least amuse you? :)


Always - sometimes when (I suspect) you don't intend to.
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http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/7987033 Good to a Fault by Marina Endicott (Baby on cover)
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1. http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/8547027/ "The Jurassic Dinosaurs" by Dougal Dixon
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http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/8547743 ‘ Birds, Beasts and Relatives’
2. http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/8547744 ‘ I know why the caged Bird sings’
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1. http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/7317503 FLIGHT into Danger. Themed release at local airport.
2. http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/7317507 A Pirate Looks at Fifty. Picture of a plane.
3. http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/8341266 I Heard Said The BIRD
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1 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/8389242/ Pokemon the Movie (20)00

2 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/8419869/ Guinness World Records (20)10

3 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/8503949/ Fodor's Boston 2011

4 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/8520657/ Harlequin Intrigue #(11)87: Powerhouse

5 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/8312266/ Many UnHAPPY Returns: One Man's Quest To Turn Around The Most Unpopular Organization In America

6 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/8525516/ NEW Lots

7 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/8389264/ NEW York Dead

8 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/8520645/ Star Trek Strange NEW Worlds II

9 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/8468239/ Star Wars: The NEW Jedi Order: Edge of Victory II: Rebirth




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Thanks for taking on this task again this year. I really appreciate it.
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Thanks, guys, for keeping the challenge running and the stats up to date! We couldn't do it without either one of you! I appreciate all your hard work and dedication!
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http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/8023838 The Midwife's Special Delivery newborn baby on cover Mailed this out last week in calendar swap, forgot to post.
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https://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?...

I will probably only update the 2010 Chart one more time, in a couple of weeks, to allow for late posts of releases and any catches in the intervening period. I doubt I'll have time to continue updating the old chart after that.

FYI We released 7267 books last year and of these 272 have been caught so far.

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...is to keep my releases for this challenge up-to-date on the forum. So far so good!
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Caught up with myself now - I promise to do better this year.
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Posted on old thread in error.
http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/7400464/ First Airplanes into the Air (Airplane on Cover)
http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/7548749/ Oh So Silly! (airplane in background)
http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/7548762/ Basil Brush Goes Flying (Airplane on Cover)
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What a coincidence, making 2011 starting strong for this challenge...

I have many boxes of books which are leftovers I don't really know what to do with them - not everything is well suited for a wild release, especially in the nonfiction genres. Now, around christmas someone announced to have founded a new OBCZ in a maternity clinic. A good chance to finally get rid of all those childcare and women's health books, isn't it?

I sent off a box with 80 books. 14 of those count for the challenge.

http://bookcrossing.com/---/8537320 : title: My new cookbook
http://bookcrossing.com/---/8520433 : pic: baby
http://bookcrossing.com/---/8520430 : title: The first years of your child. pic: baby
http://bookcrossing.com/---/8538266 : title: Meatless happy (vegetarian cookbook)
http://bookcrossing.com/---/8537643 : subtitle: Five million years history of women
http://bookcrossing.com/---/8520426 : title: changing years ("Wechseljahre" - german word for female menopause)
http://bookcrossing.com/---/8519965 : pic: baby
http://bookcrossing.com/---/8421570 : pic: two babies
http://bookcrossing.com/---/8421647 : pic: baby
http://bookcrossing.com/---/8520425 : title: Life with a newborn. subtitle: A book about the first half year. pic: baby
http://bookcrossing.com/---/8520423 : pic: two small children
http://bookcrossing.com/---/8520438 : pic: baby
http://bookcrossing.com/---/8503602 : pic: baby
http://bookcrossing.com/---/8437943 : title: Brave New World

Also a few books were wild released:

http://bookcrossing.com/---/8427078 : title: Brave New World (second copy)
http://bookcrossing.com/---/8494842 : title: Happy-End
http://bookcrossing.com/---/8421500 : title: The red avenger and the happy children
http://bookcrossing.com/---/8421474 : title: The seasons (as in winter, spring... german word is "Jahreszeiten", which means "year times")
http://bookcrossing.com/---/8353773 : title: Next year at Yerusalem
http://bookcrossing.com/---/8427100 : title: Brave New World (third copy)

No twenties. The elevens remain in store to be released for 2011-11-11.

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Now, around christmas someone announced to have founded a new OBCZ in a maternity clinic. A good chance to finally get rid of all those childcare and women's health books, isn't it?


What a good idea for an OBCZ. Having house cleaned your books, don't you feel great now? (Also, of course, it makes room for more to be added.)
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Now, around christmas someone announced to have founded a new OBCZ in a maternity clinic. A good chance to finally get rid of all those childcare and women's health books, isn't it?

What a good idea for an OBCZ. Having house cleaned your books, don't you feel great now? (Also, of course, it makes room for more to be added.)


Those are not my own books, though. Neither I'm a woman, nor do I have children...

I get most of my books as leftovers from charity sales, which would otherwise be thrown away. However, this is a "all or nothing" kind of agreement. So there is usually a good percentage of books I have no use for either - mostly non fiction or very old books.

On a partly unrelated note, I got a journal entry I want to share, for one of the week 1 books which were wild released. It was one of the three english copies of "Brave New World" (JE is in german, translation by me):

"I have found the book today, and although I haven't read it - no, differently: of course I have read it, some time in the old days, and of course in German and not in English. It's going to start a long journey together with me, to a small island on another continent, where books are of short supply. We'll see where it will be at home after I read it - will it be with a a tourist from the USA or from Europe? Or in the small Public Library? Will one of the sailors take it on a long journey?
A great idea, anyway.

Thanks a lot, Thea"
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"I have found the book today, and although I haven't read it - no, differently: of course I have read it, some time in the old days, and of course in German and not in English. It's going to start a long journey together with me, to a small island on another continent, where books are of short supply. We'll see where it will be at home after I read it - will it be with a a tourist from the USA or from Europe? Or in the small Public Library? Will one of the sailors take it on a long journey?
A great idea, anyway.

Thanks a lot, Thea"


What a nice JE. Congrats.
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2. http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/8549150?... Memories of Midnight (flying bird on cover)
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http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/7549947 The Eighth Day (Angel on cover)
http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/7334730 The Stone Monkey (Dragon on cover)
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1. http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/778583 Ultimate Stakes (helicopter on cover)
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1. http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/8428800 "Sarah 'n' Dippity" (fairy)
2. http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/8428793 "My Father's DRAGON"

These were among the latest lot of books that I leave almost every week at the offices of a local homeschool collective. They have an insatiable appetite for books! (almost never journal them, though).
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1. The 8th Confession by James Patterson & Maxine Paetro http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/8558215
There's a very fast bullet "flying" through the #8 on the cover!

2. Sun Kissed by Catherine Anderson http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/8454581
There's flower petals on the cover about to "fly" (or flutter) away!

Let me know if i stretched the theme a bit too far :-)
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Let me know if i stretched the theme a bit too far :-)


Afraid so. Fly only as in insect, bird, airplane, etc.. We'll use flutter (as in anything which may float to the ground (leaf, feather, flower petal) at a later date). Sorry.
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Let me know if i stretched the theme a bit too far :-)


Afraid so. Fly only as in insect, bird, airplane, etc.. We'll use flutter (as in anything which may float to the ground (leaf, feather, flower petal) at a later date). Sorry.


Aah well - they're gone anyway! There's plenty more to release for other themes! No edit on the original - so Davros - they don't count.


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http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/6986736/ Flashback by Nevada Barr

There are birds on the second front cover (the first front cover has a cutout and underneath there is another cover) so I hope that counts.
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There are birds on the second front cover (the first front cover has a cutout and underneath there is another cover) so I hope that counts.


Yes, it counts.
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Pictures of birds flying on all three covers:
The Gentle Carpenter, http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/7736790/
Beatrix Potter's Nursery Rhyme Book, http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/7897156
Sing Me A Song, Rhyme Me A Riddle, http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/6920889/
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1. http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/8312511 Cape Cod by William Martin (pic of pelican on the cover)

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Generally this is the time of year when those who live in places where it is very cold, rainy, and snowy (or all three) have grown very tired of winter and are praying for an early spring. So we'll use a little imagination and see if we can't make their days just a tiny bit better by allowing them to release books that look a bit spring like:

Week 3 is FLOWERS. Picture: Any flower(s); Words: The word flower or the name of any flower (daisy, rose, iris, etc.)

Hope that everyone's week is filled with mild weather.
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Wow, sec, did you read my mind? I was just this week thinking how nice it would be to have the theme of flowers one of these days, as so many book covers seem to depict them. Like they say, great minds think alike, eh? LOL
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Wow, sec, did you read my mind? I was just this week thinking how nice it would be to have the theme of flowers one of these days, as so many book covers seem to depict them. Like they say, great minds think alike, eh? LOL


My initial idea was to theme it to the many floods we've had in the world in the last month -- U.S., Brazil, Australia. But fearing that some of our friends here have been severely impacted by them (Davros-10??) I didn't want to add to their pain. Then I remembered that many years ago when I lived in Montana January and February were so depressing because we were all so tired of the snow, ice, and cold. Hence, this week's theme.
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My first two for Week 3 (both had flowers on the cover, release pictures and I tried to theme them somewhat...)

http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/8479318 Death of a Macho Man

http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/8562757 If you give a moose a muffin
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Another one:
http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/8478915 Grace Under Pressure (flowers on cover). Released by poinsettias at the movie theatre.
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Flower in name and on cover, themed release

http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/8522479 Tulip Fever (at a Dutch Street Food restaurant)

http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/8111091/ Death in the Orchid Garden (at Red Orchid restaurant)

Flowers on cover:

http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/8567863/ Breathless (themed only in that I was picking up my pulmonary medications at CVS when I left the book :) )
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well ALRIGHT!!!
just finished reading Snow Flower and the Secret Fan
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How nice Secretariat, we usually had a challenge Warm Thoughts of January, but it wasn't up and running this year, so flowers is such a wonderful replacement. Now I am going to see if I have read any of my books with flowers on them.
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Great choice! I just noticed my daffodil shoots peeking through the ground.

I'm assuming that authors' names count? I've got some Iris Murdochs that I've been waiting for an opportunity to release.
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I loved the reference to Iris Murdoch from Katisha50.
My book title Murdoch is the name of the memoir to her from her husband
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I'm assuming that authors' names count?


Normally authors names do not count. However, I also saw Iris Johannson books out there and suspected someone would ask for a change this week. So, for Week 3 authors names are also acceptable.
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Hooray, thank you!

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