Top Ten Tuesday: Books with Numbers in the Title

Top Ten Tuesday is a meme hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, featuring a different top 10 theme each week. This week’s topic is Books with Numbers in the Title. I did this topic in 2019 (my post is here), going in numerical order from 1 to 10 — so to avoid repeating myself, this time I’m going to stick with numbers greater than 10!

Keeping it simple, my ten books are:

What books are on your TTT list this week? Please share your links!

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21 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Books with Numbers in the Title

  1. I think a lot of us did 1-10 before and changed it up this time, haha. I’m having a lot of fun reading these larger numbers because there are fewer repeats across posts. I’ve never even heard of most of yours, but I’m intrigued by Eight Hundred Grapes. 500 Miles From You too, which I’m surprised to see is third in a trilogy — a trilogy whose first book I just got out of a Little Free Library and am very excited about, without realizing it had even one follow-up, let alone two!

    (and Twelve Dancing Princesses was a childhood favorite of mine too — along with basically anything Ruth Sanderson ever illustrated; that woman has a gift.)
    RS

  2. How could I have forgotten The Twelve Dancing Princesses? (Well, maybe because my favorite version is Jessica Day George’s Princess of the Midnight Ball.) Also, yours is the only list I have seen Book of a Thousand Days on, besides my own. And I think the Jenny Colgan book is on my want-to-read list. Nice collection!

  3. I love the cover of The Twelve Dancing Princesses, so pretty. I fancied reading 1776 at one point but I haven’t got around to it so far. I don’t really read much non-fiction and keep thinking I should try one or two for a change.

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