Book Traveling Thursdays (#12)

Hey everyone! We’ve almost made it to the weekend 🙂 That means it’s time for Book Traveling Thursday’s! This weekly meme is hosted by Catia @ The Girl Who Reads Too Much and Danielle @ Danielle’s Book Blog. You definitely need to check out their blogs! You can find out info about the meme, themes and more at the Goodreads group. This week’s theme is:

National Siblings Day is a few days away. Choose a book that has your favorite bookish siblings.

Book Traveling Thursdays

There are so many bookish siblings to choose from! Some of them are in books I’ve already done. I am going to do Indigo’s Star by Hillary McKay. This is part of a series. The siblings are definitely tight-knit and always looking out for each other.

Original Cover/Cover From My Country (US):

Favorite Cover(s):

435495English

Indigon tähtiFinnish

Se vires uma estrela cadente pede um desejo (Clube das Amigas, #84)Portuguese

There isn’t very many covers to choose from. My favorite is probably the English one because it’s so unique and beautiful.

Least Favorite(s):

7193474English

Indigos stjärna (Casson Family, #2) Swedish

Indygo i gwiazdyPolish

Indigo's Star (Casson Family, #2)English

Out of all the covers, I had more I didn’t like. The bottom line with this book is that they definitely shouldn’t use faces on the cover. That’s what ruined most of these. A couple of them are fine but others are not.


 

That’s a wrap! This book definitely doesn’t have very many covers. The majority seem to be English. Sorry there wasn’t much variety this week!

Thanks for reading and stay tuned for next week’s Book Traveling Thursday’s!

~Makayla the Bookworm 😀

Book Traveling Thursdays (#4)

Hi everyone!! I’m so glad tomorrow’s Friday! It’s time for my favorite meme Book Traveling Thursdays! This meme was created by Catia @ The Girl Who Read Too Much and Danielle @ Danielle’s Book Blog. Go check them out! Below is the rules for Book Traveling Thursdays:

1) Pick a book! At the beginning of every month a list of themes will be posted. All you have to do is choose a book that fits the theme.
2) In your blog , the first thing you will want to include is an explanation of why your chosen book fits the theme.
2) Look at covers from multiple editions and multiple countries for the book you chose.
3) Finally, include pictures of the original cover, the cover from your country (if their are multiple covers from your country include all of them!), your favorite cover, and your least favorite cover.
4) Be sure to tag your posts with booktravelingthursdays so we can all see each other’s posts!

Source.

If you want to join the Goodreads group go here.

This week’s theme is: February 4th – Every book has a special someone! Choose a book with your bookish boyfriend.

This week’s theme is really tough. I want to do Harry Potter cause of Ron Weasley but I’ve already done that. Same goes for Fangirl and Levi. I think I will do Paper Towns by John Green. 


Original Cover/Cover for my Country (US):

6442769English


Favorite Cover(s):

Paper TownsKindle Edition

25864867Movie Edition

Paper TownsEnglish

Margos SpurenGerman

I could mainly find English versions that I enjoyed.


Least Favorite Cover(s):

Paper TownsEnglish

22596008Italian

La face cachée de MargoFrench

Papierowe miastaPolish

PapírvárosokHungarian

Paper townsUnknown

Бумажные городаRussian

Città di cartaItalian

Most of these many covers don’t have anything to do with the book!


 

That’s a wrap!

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

~Makayla the Bookworm 😀