Happy Friday, bookish friends! After seeing this awesome idea over on Words About Words’ blog, I decided I’d give it a go myself using the books I have on my bookshelf… err, shelves because I’m kind of a book hoarder (sorry not sorry ’bout it, y’all). Let’s dive right in, shall we?

**1) Find an author name or title with a Z in it**

**2) Find a classic**

**3) Find a book with a key on it**

**4) Find something on your bookshelf that is not a book**

**5) Find the oldest book on your shelf**

**6) Find a book with a woman on it**

**7) Find a book that has an animal on it**

**8) Find a book with a male protagonist**

**9) Find a book with only words on the cover**

**10) Find a book with illustrations in it**

**11) Find a book with gold lettering**

**12) Find a diary, true or fictional**

**13) Find a book written by an author with a common surname (like Smith)**

**14) Find a favorite childhood book**

**15) Find a book on your shelf that takes place in the earliest time period**

**16) Find a hardback book without a jacket**

**17) Find a teal/****turquoise-colored book**

**18) Find a book with stars on it**

**19) Find a non-YA book**

**20) Find a book with a beautiful cover**

### I was shocked at how challenging it was to find some of these on my shelf, but somehow I managed to find a book that fit each category, thank goodness! Have you guys given this tag a try? If not, I nominate YOU to give it shot — it may be harder than you think, but so much fun! ðŸ˜‰

### Until next week, bookish buddies! I hope your weekend is full of exciting reads ðŸ™‚