Book Traveling Thursday (#20): Childhood

Hey everyone! Tomorrow’s Friday and that means it’s almost the weekend 🙂 Next week I finish Middle School. That’s pretty exciting and nerve racking at the same time. Book Traveling Thursday is an amazing meme hosted by the brilliant Catia @ The Girl Who Read Too Much and Danielle @ Danielle’s Book Blog. You definitely need to check them out if you haven’t already! To learn more about the meme, future themes and more, go to the meme’s Goodreads page here. This week’s theme is:

Yesterday was International Children’s Day!! Choose a book you would read in your childhood if you could go back in time.

I sure read a lot as a child! For this theme I have to choose Holes by Louis Sacher. I never really have thought of this as a children’s book but I guess it is! I never got around to reading this and I wish I had.


Original Cover/Cover From My Country (US):

Favorite Cover(s):



O Polegar de DeusUnknown Language

Những cái hốVietnamese

Ямы (Holes, #1)Russian

My favorite out of these is probably the Vietmanese one because it has a cartoon look.

Least Favorite(s):

Löcher. Die Geheimnisse von Green Lake.German


Tabăra (Holes, #1)Romanian

Ett hål om dagenSwedish

My least favorite out of these is the Finnish one because it isn’t very pretty or detailed.

That’s a wrap! What are your favorite and least favorite covers? Let me know! 

Thanks for reading and stay tuned for more Book Traveling Thursdays!

~Makayla the Bookworm 🙂


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