National Popcorn Poppin’ Month – Spell Challenge

Duration: 1st October – 31st October 2020
Number of books: 7
Hosted by: Crazy Challenge Connection

October 2020 Spell Challenge – National Popcorn Poppin’ Month
Duration: 10/1/20 to 10/31/20

To go along with Connie’s scavenger challenge this month, choose one or more of these words to spell out in October. You may use the first letter of the first word in the book’s title (excluding A, An and The) OR the author’s first or last initial.(middle names or initials can NOT be used).

P – The Pregnancy Test by Erin McCarthy
O – Becoming by Michelle Obama
P
C – The Belles by Dhonielle Clayton
O
R – Truth or Beard by Penny Reid
N

popcorn
poppin’
October
Secretary of Agriculture
Dan Glickman
harvest
Midwest
Bat Cave
New Mexico
penny
kernels
burial grounds
Chile
Aztec
ceremonies
tassels
maize
decoration
headdresses
necklaces
ornaments
Peruvian
pisancalla
snack food
breakfast
John Harvey Kellogg
wholesome
Depression
affordable
movie theater
sugar
Percy Spencer
Raytheon
microwave oven

CHALLENGE RULES:
See this thread for more detailed rules for all CCC challenges.

♦ If you want to participate in this challenge, please sign up by posting a challenge template. This gives us a post to link you to, which you can use to update your books as the challenge progresses.

♦ Unless otherwise noted, books must be at least 150 pages long. (See the link above for rules regarding graphic novels.) Books may only be used for one task in this challenge, but cross-challenge posting is encouraged 🙂 Re-reads are allowed, as long as you read the entire book. You must read at least half of the book AFTER the challenge begins in order to count it for this challenge.

♦ You may use the first letter of the first word in the book’s title (excluding A, An and The) or the author’s first or last initial (middle names or initials can NOT be used).
-In the case of a hyphenated first or last name (i.e. Sarah-Kate LynchKate E. Dyer-Seeley), the first letter of the hyphenated name may be used (not the second initial directly following the hyphen).
-If an author uses what appears to be “two last names” (usually a female author using her maiden name and then her married last name; i.e. Kathy Hogan Trocheck), the last initial of the two names counts since the maiden name is now serving in the place of a “middle” name.

♦ For each book you read, please post a link to the title, and indicate the author and the date you finished reading it. If you don’t, you won’t get credit for completing that task.
* If you don’t know how to post a link to the book title or author, see the instructions here: Add a link to book title or author

♦ If you use books that are in a language other than English, please translate those titles into English for the purposes of this challenge, unless you plan to use that language for the entire challenge. If you do use another language for the whole challenge, please remember that the translations of exempt words/phrases — for example, A, An and The in this challenge — would be exempt as well.

♦ When you complete the challenge, please post your entire list as a new message. If you do this while you still have the Edit window open, it will copy all of your links and formatting. If you don’t repost your list, your name will not be added to the list of those who have completed the challenge.

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