Every year I think I've used up my last title with "Brown" (or a shade of brown) for the Color Coded Reading Challenge and every year I prove myself wrong (or buy more books with suitable titles). I'll keep signing up as long as I have suitable titles (I'm determined to use titles and not covers).
Here's the basic rule: read nine books with the various colors listed below in their titles or as a dominant color/image on their covers. For full details, click the link above. I'll list my books and date read as they come.
1. Read book with "Blue" (or a shade of blue): Blue Octavo by John Blackburn (3/12/21)
2. Read a book with "Red" (or a shade of red): The Red Fairy Book by Andrew Lang [ed] (1/9/21)
3. Read a book with "Yellow" (or a shade of yellow): The Venetian Blonde by A. S. Fleischman (5/4/21)
4. Read a book with "Green" (or a shade of green): Behind the Green Door by Mildred A. Wirt (2/26/21)
5. Read a book with "Brown" (or a shade of brown): The Sands of Windee by Arthur W. Upfield (5/3/21)
6. Read a book with "Black" (or a shade of black): The Black Thumb by Constance & Gwenyth Little
7. Read a book with "White" (or a shade of white): The Ivory Snuff Box by Arnold Fredericks (4/27/21)
8. Read a book with any other color: The Ultraviolet Widow by Frances Crane (5/31/21)
9. Read a book a word/image that implies color (rainbow, polka dot, etc): The Rainbow Riddle by Margaret Sutton (5/18/21)