What do the Olympics and Books have in common? Not a whole lot on the surface. But once you bring a good ol’ fashioned pun into the mix, it’s magical.
Here are some of our faves from #BookOlympics. Thank you, Twitter.
Starting with a very simple, but very effective title:
— Trina'sTerseTales (@TeenTerseTales) August 10, 2016
And what list would be complete without a bit of Classic punning?
— Abbie Headon (@AbbieHeadon) August 10, 2016
Go Set a Stopwatch #BookOlympics
— Tabitha _enbiller (@TabithaBlanken) August 10, 2016
— Nayland Blake (@naylandblake) August 10, 2016
Also, on a similar theme:
Pride and Prejudiscus #BookOlympics
— Desiree Koh (@desireekoh13) August 10, 2016
Of course! This had to happen:
Lord of the Olympic Rings #BookOlympics
— Kayla Cagan (@KaylaCagan) August 10, 2016
And just imagine this –>
The Hound of the Basketballs #BookOlympics
— Body in the Library (@librarybody) August 11, 2016
What is this?! (We want it though.)
— Alverno Library (@AlvernoLibrary) August 11, 2016
But of course, to the one that kick started it:
— Chronicle Books (@ChronicleBooks) August 10, 2016
We salute you, #punnypeople
Have you got one to add? Tweet us @maximumpopbooks
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