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This week is Top Ten Book Titles that are Complete Sentences. Well off to Goodreads I went. I started with books that I rated 5 stars, but realized that this was not going to be easy. A full sentence needs a subject and a predicate. It has to have a noun and a verb and can not be left hanging (yes, I was a teacher). I had ten, then realized 5 were not sentences. Off I went again. If I had included all children’s books, this would have been easy, but decided I wanted to use most novels. Well I managed to find ten. Here they are.

I Heard That Song Before
I Heard That Song Before by Mary Higgins Clark
Call Me Mrs. Miracle (Angelic Intervention #8)

Call Me Mrs. Miracle by Debbie Macomber

I Shall Not Hate: A Gaza Doctor's Journey on the Road to Peace and Human Dignity

I Shall Not Hate: A Gaza Doctor’s Journey on the Road to Peace and Human Dignity by Izzeldin Abuelaish

Are You Sleeping Little One?

Are You Sleeping Little One? by Hans-Christian Schmidt

My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She's Sorry
My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She’s Sorry by Fedrick Backman
Who Stole My Spandex?

Who Stole My Spandex? by Marcia Kester Doyle

Louisiana Saves the Library

Louisiana Saves the Library by Emily Beck Cogburn

All You Need is Fudge (Candy-Coated, #4)

All You Need is Fudge by Nancy Coco

I Am Not a Number

I Am Not a Number by Jenny Kay Dupuis

The Summer That Made Us

The Summer That Made Us by Robyn Carr

There you have it, ten books, whose titles are full sentences. All were rated 5 stars back when I read them.

Have you read any of these books? What books can you think of that have a full sentence as a title?