Thursday, August 24, 2006

Reading Geography

So, last week, we asked if you ever feel compelled to cook or eat the kinds of food described in the books you read.

This week, the question is about the locations of the books.

  1. Have you ever wanted to travel to a place described in a book?
  2. Have you ever ACTUALLY travelled to a place because of the way it was described in a book?
  3. And if so, did it live up to the expectations, feelings, emotions you expected from the book? Did you feel like Anne was going to come romping around the corner of Green Gables? Was it as if Jo was upstairs at Orchard House, scribbling on a story? Or was it just a museum, or just a city street? Like Abbey Road without the Beatles?


If you want, highlight the stuff in the box, then copy it to your blog.

13 comments:

--Deb said...

Mine's up!
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Bastinae said...

I'm #2!!

My answer's are available, no battaries included.

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Happy Thrs. everyone!

Brandie said...

I'm remembered to do it Thursday this week!
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Tammy said...

I played along for the first time! Fun idea! :)

tamberstone.blogspot.com/2006/08/booking-through-thursday.html

Laura said...

Mine's done. :-)

Jeanne said...

Mine is up --

Ghost said...

My answers are up. Have a happy Thursday. Cheers.

SAP said...

Mine are done.

Jennifer said...

Mine are up.

Nicki said...

Mine's done too!

Katy Sammons said...

Photo included this week.

http://logoscentric.blogspot.com/2006/08/booking-through-thursday_24.html

Caroline said...

Great questions this week! You also made me think about the "opposite" situation, where I liked a place I had visited so much that I tried to find books that were set in that location.

tanabata said...

First time to join in. You can see my answers at http://tanabata.blogspot.com/