I Spy Book Challenge

Hey Bookworms!

I saw this fun challenge on Kristin’s blog and thought I should give it a try.

Feel free to do this yourself!

Find a book that contains (either on the cover or in the title) an example for each category. You must have a separate book for all 20, get as creative as you want and do it within 5 minutes!!


1. Food


Tell Me Three Things – Julie Buxbaum

One time when I had this book on my bed my sister thought I was eating small waffles and put them on my book and tried grabbing one 😂😂

2. Transportation


Ready Player One – Ernest Cline

Immobile RV’s that now serve as miniature apartments count too right?

3. Weapon


And I Darken – Kiersten White 

Starting to consider rereading this…

4. Animal


Tell the Wolves I’m Home – Carol Rifka Brunt

I have started this but it ended in the ‘did not finish’ pile because I got a creepy, pedophile vibe from a character and nope!

5. Number


Thirteen Reasons Why – Jay Asher

Never finished the Netflix series. I found it very triggering (I have depression as mentioned in a post dedicated to it) and after hearing what people were saying about Hannah’s suicide, I knew I wouldn’t be able to watch that without relapsing or bringing back memories of The Event. 

6. Something You Read


It’s Kind of a Funny Story – Ned Vizzini

I know I said at the beginning of the year I’d limit the number of rereads I’ll do this year and this is another one I am considering on rereading. This book means so much to me.

7. Body of Water


Percy Jackson and the Olympians: Sea of Monsters

To be honest when I read this everything was a big blur. I don’t remember anything at all and the fact that I read this years ago doesn’t help it at all.

8. Product of Fire


Catching Fire – Suzanne Collins 

Yet another series I want to reread… 

9. Royalty


Queen of Hearts – Colleen Oakes

And yet a series I need to finish… Besides the Lunar Chronicles, these have top priority for the next time I go to a bookshop.

10. Architecture


The Thousandth Floor – Katherine McGee

Ok, this one also has top priority to get the sequel. 

11. Clothing Item


Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda – Becky Albertalli

I still need to see Love, Simon and I am angry I haven’t had the chance (or someone) to go with. Even my anthropology professor has seen it and he fanboyed in class about it.

12. Family Member


A Child Called ‘It’ – Dave Pelzer

Now that I think about it, I was pretty young when I read this; probably 12 or 13. I ended up not finishing it because it became too much for my young mind no matter how mature I told myself I was. 

13. Time of Day


How to Tell Toledo From the Night Sky – Lydia Netzer

14. Music 


Stuff I’ve Been Feeling Lately – Alicia Cook

There was one poem in this collection that dealt with loss of a loved one and it was the only poem that has ever made me cry because I connected with it so much (I miss you cousin Peter. Hope to see you again in the after life).

15. Paranormal Being


Acolytes of Cthulhu – Robert M. Price 

Does Cthulhu count as a supernatural being??

16. Occupation 


The Hypnotist – Lars Kepler

Still haven’t read this and I just found out this is the first book in a crime series. Might be something I’d invest more in.

17. Season


Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard: The Sword of Summer – Rick Riordan

I really need to catch up on this series too. I remember loving it so much.

18. Color


Bleeding Violet – Dia Reevees

I remember starting this but never finished it because I got distracted with a new book I just got and started to read that and never wen back. Hopefully this year I’ll get to it (and we know that might as well be a lie).

19. Celestial Body

Couldn’t find one at this time

20. Something That Grows


The Immortalists – Chloe Benjamin

This cover truly is gorgeous! 


Hope you like this little fun challenge! I now challenge you to do this yourself if you’d like. 

Until next time!

Addy Gonzalez

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