Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly book meme hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. Each week, she posts an idea relating to books and encourages other book bloggers to respond with their own top ten lists.
This week’s topic is “top ten book titles that are a question.” I could only think of two off the top of my head, but thanks to a deep dive on Goodreads, here are 10 of my favourite book titles that fit this topic:
Books I’ve Read
Who Could That Be at This Hour? by Lemony Snicket
I’ve only read the first two books in the All the Wrong Questions series, but I’m hoping to finish it after a long-awaited reread of A Series of Unfortunate Events.
Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? by Bill Martin Jr. & Eric Carle
I loved this book when I was a kid, and right now, it’s my little nephew’s favourite book to read as a bedtime story.
Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? by Mindy Kaling
A question I ask myself regularly while scrolling through Instagram, to be honest, and a reason why I once declared that Mindy and I should be friends.
Are You There, God? It’s Me, Margaret by Judy Blume
The way that 12-year-old me and my friends sat around saying “we must, we must, we must increase our busts” after reading this… iconic.
Can You Keep a Secret? by Sophie Kinsella
This was the first of Sophie Kinsella’s books that I read, and while I don’t remember much beyond the whole ‘confessing secrets to a guy on a plane who ends up being your boss’ bit, I do remember that I loved it.
On My TBR
Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? by Philip K. Dick
I’ve had this recommended to me about a million times, and up until today, I had no idea that it was the inspiration for Blade Runner.
Isn’t It Pretty To Think So? by Nick Miller
I honestly don’t remember adding this to my Goodreads TBR, but this part of the synopsis has definitely grabbed my attention: “Miller captures the angst, restlessness, and spirit of the Millennial Generation — a group mindlessly charging through the recession during a time when the line between existence in the physical and digital world is blurred.”
Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? by Edward Albee
I haven’t read a play since high school, but this is one that I’ve been meaning to read since then.
Am I There Yet? The Loop-de-Loop, Zigzagging Journey to Adulthood by Mari Andrew
I follow the author on Instagram and absolutely adore her illustrations, so I’m curious to see what they’d be like in a more organized, book form.
Shouldn’t You Be In School? by Lemony Snicket
Normally I wouldn’t include the same series twice on these lists… but I couldn’t think of another question mark title, so 🤷🏼♀️
What are your favorite book titles that are also questions?