December 2017 Scavenger Challenge

Duration: 1st December – 31st December
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As the title suggests, songs about something-something in December…

1. December 1963 (Oh What a Night), The Four Seasons –
Read a book in which a character remembers a romance of the past -or- read a book with a season in its title or subtitle -or- read a book set in the 1960s.
The Girl in the Clockwork Collar by Kady Cross

2. December, Collective Soul –
Read a book in which a main character is a preacher or a religious sort -or- read a book with an intact “IVE” in either its title or author’s name (first, middle, last all count) -or- read a book in which friends or family have a fight and are no longer on speaking terms.
Forsaken by Kelley Armstrong

3. Once Upon a December, Liz Callaway –
Read a book set in Russia or with a Russian protagonist -or- read a book which has been made into a movie -or- read a book whose series title begins with a letter in ANASTASIA (A, An and The DO NOT count).
The Girl with the Iron Touch by Kady Cross

4. Back to December, Taylor Swift –
Read a book whose author or character shares your name (spelling variations are okay) -or- read a book you expect to be a fast read -or- read a book with a teen romance (bonus if a werewolf is involved).
The Valley of the Lost by Emily Rodda

5. I Can See the Sun in Late December, Roberta Flack & Stevie Wonder –
Read a book with SUN or MOON in the title (compound words are fine) -or- read a book with a strong female main character -or- read a book written by an African American author.
Otherworld Secrets by Kelley Armstrong

6. Cold December Night, Michael Buble –
Read a book with any of these things on the cover: Stockings, Pine tree, Toys, Candles, Santa, Mistletoe, Fireplace, Sweater, A lit house (post the cover!) -or- read a book set in Canada -or- read a fireplace book – a book you would choose to read in front of a fireplace under a blanket and a cat or two.
Let it Snow by John Green, Maureen Johnson & Lauren Myracle

7. Warm in December, Julie London –
Read a book set in the summer (set where it is warm in summer) -or- read a guilty pleasure book -or- read a book that is a retelling of another book or story, or a book that has spawned retellings (tell us which is the original and which a spinoff).
101 Fairy Tales by Brothers Grimm

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