Friday, January 15, 2016
Unique Formatting Challenge: Book Ideas!
Whether you know you are taking part in the Unique Formatting Book Challenge or not, I wanted to make sure you all had a lot of book ideas that might work for you! I know some of you think you don't like different formats, but maybe something will stick out and you'll want to try! If you click the above button in the right hand sidebar, you will find the sign up post. That linky is closed - this is OKAY! Each month will be a new link up to share books for this challenge. If you link up a review, you're automatically part of the challenge. Try to reach a certain goal or just link up when you wish. I'll have giveaways every three months or so!
Adult Unique Format Books-
Night Film by Marisha Pessl- includes photos, web pages, etc.
Letters from Skye by Jessica Brockmole - told in letters
The October List by Jeffrey Deaver - includes photos
Dear Committee Members by Julie Schumacher - told in letters
Young Adult Unique Format Books-
The Boy Meets Girl Massacre by Ainskie Hogarth - includes footnotes
The Truth Commisson by Susan Juby - includes footnotes and illustrations
Every You, Every Me by David Levithan - includes photos
The Dead House by Dawn Kurtagich - includes notes, diary entries, photos, etc.
Into the Dangerous World by Julie Chibbaro - includes illustrations
Happyface by Stephen Emond- includes illustrations
Malice and Havoc (two different books) by Chris Wooding - includes comics throughout the narrative
Juvenile Unique Format Books-
Trial by Journal by Kate Klise - told through illustrations, newspaper articles, etc.
Inside Out and Back Again by Thanha Lai - told in verse
My Secret War Diary by Marcia Williams - told in diary format with lots of pictures and illustrations