#2 - The answer is in the titles.
#3 - The answer is in the authors' names.
#4 - The answer is in the titles again.
Also - the genre, plot or theme of the book does not come into play. It is strictly the cover that matters. Hope that helps.
Welcome, Readathoners! Here's your chance to make a donation to promote literacy - without spending any money - and have some fun at the same time.
The Challenge: Below are four sets of book covers. Can you discover the common theme that connects the three books in each set? For example, the three books below contain the words Summer, Autumn, and Winter in their titles, so the answer would be Seasons of the Year.
The Prize: In this challenge, everyone's a winner because the prize goes to charity. The more people who play, the bigger the contribution.
0-25 correct entries = $10 donation
25-50 correct entries = $15 donation
51-75 correct entries = $20 donation
76+ correct entries = $25 donation
The money will be donated to LiteracyKC. Please visit their site and see all the wonderful things they are doing to promote adult literacy and family reading. Once the donation is made, I will post a copy of the receipt - just to keep things on the up-and-up.
When you have your answers, you can leave them in the comments, or on Twitter using #solveandshare. Comments will not be visible until after the challenge. You'll have to use the honor system on Twitter. The challenge will stay open for the duration of the readathon.
The Bonus: There's one more puzzle - for the serious puzzler. If anyone manages to find the obscure connection between these covers, they will receive a $15 credit at their choice of Barnes and Noble or the Book Depository. If there are multiple super-puzzlers out there, the winner will be drawn at random.