Reading Challenge: A Book with Antonyms in the Title

Crayola B.    January 27, 2015

The 2015 Reading Challenge has been on for almost a month now, and some of the easiest categories are already checked off on many a reader’s list! One-word titles, female authors, easy peasy, especially if you’re sticking to YA books. But what about some of those tricky ones? Have you asked your mom (or motherly support figure) what books she loves yet? Found something that came out the year you were born? How about finding a book with a color in the title–or even harder, antonyms in the title?

If you’re stuck on that last one, you’re in luck. With the help of Liz, one of WNPL’s fantastic team of shelvers, we concocted a set of 9 different YA books with antonyms in the titles, just for you! All of these books can be found in The Vault.

2015 Reading Challenge Antonym Titles

Titles Featured:

Now that you don’t have an excuse to skip this category, what are you going to read next?

One thought on “Reading Challenge: A Book with Antonyms in the Title

  1. Teresa

    Best and biggest list I found for the challenge. February and still struggling to chose an antonym

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