Top Ten Tuesday: Colors in Book Titles

This week’s Top Ten Tuesday prompt is Books with Colors In the Titles. I really wanted to find books with all the colors of the rainbow and go down the list, but that didn’t happen. Instead, here are ten books I’ve read and enjoyed with random colors in the title!

Purple Hibiscus by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie: I read this for college, so while I don’t remember all of it, I remember it as one of the books I enjoyed the most for my Post-Colonial English class.

Silver Spoon by Hiromu Arakawa: This manga is so fun and ridiculous, but it actually informed me a lot about agriculture and farm production, so that was interesting.

The Silver Chair by C.S. Lewis: I’m actually quite surprised how many titles I noticed when compiling this list had “silver” in the title. It’s a more popular color than I expected!

Splinters of Scarlet by Emily Bain Murphy: This is a new release and I absolutely loved it. One of my favorite reads of the year so far.

Scarlet by Marissa Meyer: Do you sense a theme going on with these titles? Yeah, me too. This one makes sense since it’s a retelling of Little Red Riding Hood.

The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne: I am surprised by how many books have the word “scarlet” in their titles. So many.

Butterfly Yellow by Thanhha Lai: I think this is the only book I’ve read with the color yellow in the title. Which is sad. We should have more yellow books.

Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery: This list would be incomplete without one of my favorite classics! Such a strong color associated with this book!

Between Shades of Gray by Ruta Sepetys: Give me any book by Ruta Sepetys and I will both love it and want to cry because of it.

Black, Red, White, and Green by Ted Dekker: This whole series has colors for the titles, which made it a must-have on this list.

What books do you like when colors in the titles? Did you find any surprises? Don’t forget to join the link-up!
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