Fiction books with 5-word titles?
i've entered in a book hunting contest and i'd like to ask for your help. ^_^ [there's nothing in the rules that say we can't ask for help..so it ain't cheating. hahaha.]
sooo we have a list of tasks to complete in on or before February 28,2010.
but for this question i'm just gonna ask for help with just one task.. this task being: Hunt a book with a title that contains 5 words.
all suggestions are WELCOME. :D (i compiled about 50 books already. but the more correct titles one gives, the higher the score. and there's a limit of only ONE entry per contestant sooo yeah. better safe than sorry. hahaha.)
and ohyeah. one condition of the hunt was that answers should only be from FICTION BOOKS. :D
PLEASE and THANK YOU! ^____^
almost forgot.. i need the titles of the books plus their authors. :D
- P3Lv 51 decade agoFavorite Answer
Bernie and the Bessledorf Ghost - Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
The Castle in the Attic - Winthrop, Elizabeth
The Cat Ate My Gymsuit - Danziger, Paula
Cheese, Peas and Chocolate Pudding - Witsen, Betty Van
Christina Katerina and the Box - Gauch, Patricia Lee
Dorrie and the Birthday Eggs - Coombs, Patricia
Dorrie and the Haunted House - Coombs, Patricia
Dorrie and the Witchville Fair - Coombs, Patricia
Encyclopedia Brown Shows the Way - Sobol, Donald J.
Encylcopedia Brown Takes the Case - Sobol, Donald J.
The Figure in the Shadows - Bellairs, John
Frog and Toad All Year - Lobel, Arnold
The Ghost in the Mirror - Bellairs, John
The Ghost of Dibble Hollow - Wallace, May Nickerson
The Ghost of Windy Hill - Bulla, Clyde Robert
The Ghost That Came Alive - Cume, Vic
The Girl Who Ran Away - Robinson, Joan G.
Ginnie and the Mystery Doll - Wooley, Catherine
Ginnie and the Mystery House - Wooley, Catherine
Henry and the Paper Route - Cleary, Beverly
The House in the Attic - McGavin, Moyra
I Will Make You Disappear - York, Carol Beach
The Lancelot Closes at Five - Sharmat, Marjorie Weinman
Little House on the Prairie - Wilder, Laura Ingalls
Little Town on the Prairie - Wilder, Laura Ingalls
Magic of the Black Mirror - Chew, Ruth
The Monster of Wolf Point - Hill, Eileen
The Mouse on the Motorcycle - Cleary, Beverly
Mystery in the Pirate Oak - Orton, Helen Fuller
Mystery of the Empty House - Sterling, Dorothy
Mystery of the Green Cat - Whitney, Phyllis A.
The Mystery of the Phantom - Hill, Eileen
Mystery of the Silent Friends - Gottlieb, Robin
No Flying in the House - Brock, Betty
Pippi in the South Seas - Lindgren, Astrid
Secrets of the Shopping Mall - Peck, Richard
So Who Hasn't Got Problems? - Franco, Marjorie
Then Again, Maybe I Won't - Blume, Judy
The Treasure of Bessledorf Hill - Naylor, Phyllis Reynolds
A Wind at the Door - L'Engle, Madeleine
The Witch and the Ring - Chew, Ruth
The Witch at the Window - Chew, Ruth
Bad Times of Irma Baumlein - Brink, Carol Ryrie
Dreadful Future of Blossom Culp - Peck, Richard
The Ghost Squad Breaks Through - Hildick, E.W.
The Girl Who Knew Tomorrow - Sherburne, Zoa
Leave the Cooking to Me - Angell, Judie
Christopher and His Magic Powers - Koff, Richard
Court of the Stone Children - Cameron, Eleanor
Enemies of the Secret Hideout - Peterson, John
The Girl Who Owned a City - Nelson, O.T.
Hitty Her First Hundred Years - Field, Rachel
The House on the Hill - Dunlop, Eileen
The Haunting of Hill House - Jackson, Shirley
Mystery of the Gingerbread House - St. John, Wylly Folk
Mystery of the Spider Doll - York, Carol B.
Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Time - Curry, Jane Louise
Saturday the 12th of October - Mazer, Norma Fox
Secret of the Haunted House - Sabin, Fran
The Secret of Terror Castle - Arthur, Robert
Doom of the Haunted Opera - Bellairs, John
Find a Stranger, Say Goodbye - Lowry, Lois
Over the Hill at Fourteen - Callan, Jamie
The Big Chunk of Ice - Brinley, Bertrand R.
The House that Sailed Away - Hutchins, Pat
The House Where Nobody Lived - Bellairs, John
The Watcher in the Woods - Randall, Florence
A, My Name is Ami - Mazer, Norma Fox
The Girl in the Box - Sebestyen, Ouida
Flight to the Lonesome Place - Key, Alexander
A Sound of Crying - Sudbery, RodieSource(s): my library
- KelleyLv 71 decade ago
The Electric Koolaid Acid Test by Tom Wolfe
The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Graham
A Wind in the Door by Madeleine L'Engle
The Mill on the Floss by George Eliot
Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency by Douglas Adams
The House of the Spirits by Isabel Allende
The House of Doctor Dee by Peter Ackroyd
The Adventures of Augie March by Saul Bellow
- Anonymous1 decade ago
The Sound and the Fury by William Faulkner
The Lord of the Rings by JRR Tolkien
Stranger in a Strange Land by Robert Heinlein
The Catcher in the Rye by JD Salinger
The Naked and the Dead by Norman Mailer
Something Wicked This Way Comes by Ray Bradbury
A Death in the Family by James Agee
- 4 years ago
Cool. I thought the idea for school days was great anyway. I loved both "The System" and "The Question" so much, but i think i will have to go for "The Question" first, and then "The System". I really love them all, but would love most to be in "School Days" and 2The Question" as they were my favourites. PS- I looked at the page you posted on ur profile, saw I am in the nominations- does this mean I need to re-audition? I would like to be a student, I loved the idea for the school story, the one you put under Ice Queen and would want to be one of the geeks/dorks/nerds. Ok, so my character is the new girl in town, who's weird and wacky parents have moved to start their new business venture, The Liberry Cafe-half library, half juice bar (I said they were weird). She is quite an introvert, although gets some unique-ness and individuality from her parents- she is an aspiring writer and talented flute player, and when it comes to her hobbies she doesn't follow the crowd. She has long, dark-blonde hair, and she likes it that way- she can use it to hide behind. She isn't plain, but she isn't beautiful-she's somewhere in the middle. She can get a bit embarrased by her parent's whackiness, but loves them really, and is grateful for them- they teach her that being plain, popular and one of the crowd isn't all it's cracked up to be. Of corse, its B&A were disscusing here- the Liberry would be a central area for book getting, after school chatting and first dates. It could even be the central area for "Book Wars"- a battle in which the pupil's book taste divide becomes more evident. For example, the four corners of the Library section could be as followed: "Epicdom"- all the fantasy geeks hang out here. They refer to it as their kingdom. "Classicland"- all the greatest people who read all the greatest books-both old and modern classics. The central area and the place where all the main characters would hang. "Tweenville"- all the 6-8th graders go here to fap over their sugary, twee little teen fiction books. "Non Fiction"- a boring section gets a boring name. Collectors, freaky obsessive others and maths teachers habitate this corner. BQ- The principle. As the ringleader of this whole project, you have to be the leader of the whole school!
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- 1 decade ago
Their Eyes Were Watching God - Zora Neale Hurston
The Picture of Dorian Gray - Oscar Wilde
The Turn Of The Screw - Henry James
Far From The Madding Crowd - Thomas Hardy
The Name Of The Rose - Umberto Eco
What a great idea for a quiz!
- Anonymous4 years ago
- Cool story, bro.Lv 51 decade ago
The Cat in the Hat by Dr. Seuss.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
the tale of two cites (spelt wrong)
by charles dickens
wind in the willows by ???
- Anonymous4 years ago
Can you provide more insight?