Top Ten Tuesday: Books With Numbers In the Title

Welcome to Top Ten Tuesday!

Top Ten Tuesday is an original weekly feature created by The Broke and the Bookish and is now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s topic is: 

 Books With Numbers In the Title

I know I’ve done this prompt before, so I’m switching things up a little. You’re getting books with the word “NUMBER” in them instead of actual numerals. 

Number Neighbors by Emma Hart
Take a Number by Amy Daws
Number the Stars by Lois Lowry
I Am Number Four by Pittacus Lore
I’ve Got Your Number by Sophie Kensella
Getting Lucky Number Seven by Cindi Madsen
The Wrong Number by R.L. Stine
Wrong Number, Right Guy by Elle Casey
Lucky Number Eleven By Adriana Locke
Black Number Four by Kandi Steiner

35 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Books With Numbers In the Title”

  1. Ohhh, that’s clever! Out of curiosity I checked my GR account, but the ONLY one out of 2400 books I’ve got is “No Safety in Numbers” by Dana Lorentz. I can see how it would be more popular for romance novels.

    That said, Number the Stars was a childhood favorite and one I still love, and Fear Street was also a big part of my childhood — I’m pretty sure that one in particular is one of the first I read.
    RS

    1. I hadn’t read anything of hers until the series she did with Madden-Mills and Quinn. I loved that one, so I gave this related series a try. I’ve really enjoyed it and would recommend it.

  2. You’re so smart! Love this! I had to check and I only have three books with the word ‘number’ on my Goodreads shelf, and they all appear on your list. 😉 I recently read Kinsella’s I’ve Got Your Number and it was such a pleasant surprise. I enjoyed it so much more than I expected. Great post!

  3. Really enjoyed your twist on this week’s topic, Deanna. I think I only read Getting Lucky Number Seven from this list.
    RL Stine… Haven’t read his books in ages! I loved the Goosebump series when I was a kid.

    1. Thank you! Goosebumps came after I was old enough to want to read them, but I know a lot of people loved them.

  4. You and Suzanne both did NUMBER and have quite a few books in common. Look at that! I love Kinsella and that one was great. Number Neighbors was funny. I read the Casey book a while back too. I have the Madsen book and need to read it.

  5. Great twist to the prompt! I would’ve struggled if I did it this way 😂 Have you read Lucky Number Eleven yet? I just added it to my Kindle and I’m curious—looks good!

  6. I love you’ve managed to do a twist to the number theme for this week’s TTT and I am again surprised that you’ve found so many books. Now I’m looking through the list I realise I should have thought of I Am Number Four straight away. And that Sophie Kinsella book because I know that book, I feel like it’s on my book shelf so I see it every day.

  7. Oh, wow. I doubt I would have found so many books with the word “number” in their titles. Or would I?

    In any case, I love the idea.

    Thanks for visiting my TTT earlier.

  8. This is such a diverse list and I love your twist on the theme! I have the Lois Lowry book on my shelf and it is one that I have wanted to read for so long. Thanks for sharing these! 🙂

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