Sorry for the late Wordless Wednesday! I promise I put together a post last night and scheduled it, but as of this morning it has disappeared. I suspect an internet ghost is at work. Anyways, see more better book titles here and enjoy! (also sorry for the words and that this is so long I got kind of carried away.)
12 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday: Better Book Titles”
Oh, some of these got me laughing out loud.
I’ve always been curious about translated titles. In the U.S. we read “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo” but it’s title (originally by the author, so I call it the “real” title) is “Men Who Hate Women.” That’s a little different. Interesting, no?
Thanks for sharing, and for a fun lesson in “the importance of choosing an appropriate title.”
I didn’t know that about “Girl With the Dragon Tattoo”. That is so interesting!
LOL, I love the Catcher In The Rye one. Great list.
Yeah that is one of my favorites.
So fun can’t decide my favorite but of course I love the Giving Tree.
UNsurprised since you are my mom. I thought of you when I put it up.
We did ‘Of Mice and Men’ at school, but I much prefer that title! Great post 🙂
Yeah, it does kind of get right down to the point. What a creepy, but good, book. Thanks for commenting!
Ah! Another fabulous wordless wednesday post I feel the need to make posters of and hang in my classroom.
oh my goodness, you are too much! Thanks! That is very sweet. Even though we are more than 2 years out of college Alison L and I are still definitely English majors (aka book geeks) at heart!
Sooo Funny & Creative xx
Thanks so much for visiting the blog and commenting! I’m still giggling about some of these.