👑 Top 5 Tuesday for International Women’s Day 👑

Meeghan set the challenge for today of finding books with thrones on. I have no books with thrones on! I tried to think of other royal themes. Ultimately as we have a Queen in the UK and today is International Women’s Day I have found 5 books on my shelves with a girl’s name in the title.

1. Sticking with the Queen theme the first name is Queenie in the title of Queenie Malone Paradise Hotel. To be honest found this a bit dull.

2. Heidi a book I have kept from childhood.

3. Rebecca. I’m not keen on classics but I have read and quite enjoyed this ‘modern’ classic twice.

4. Marilyn’s child by Lynne Pemberton. This is the imagined story of a girl growing up in an orphanage but could it be that Marilyn Munroe was her Mother.

5. Black Eyed Susans by Julia Heaberlin. Black Eyed Susan’s are vivid yellow flowers with a black centre (eye). In the book the appearance of these flowers is associated with murders of teenage girls.

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5 thoughts on “👑 Top 5 Tuesday for International Women’s Day 👑”

  1. Oh man… if I was organised (and checked dates) I would have done books with Queens!! Maybe I’ll slip this one in for Australia’s Queen’s birthday holiday… 🤔
    Hope you had fun this week 💕

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    1. Yep, I was stumped for a while with thrones but once decided my alternative was sorted 🙂 When’s the Queen’s Australian birthday hol? We get a long weekend at the beginning of June this year to celebrate her platinum jubilee:)

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