Tag #64: The Muppets Book Tag

The Muppets

Image Credit: Disney

I stumbled upon this tag from Bibi’s Book Blog at the end of June. Most of you know that I love the Muppets, so I definitely wanted to do this tag!

Here’s the link to Bibi’s post:


Swedish Chef

Name a book that should have been good but left the foulest taste in your mouthโ€ฆ

Swedish Chef

 

Allegiant. I had such high hopes …

Fozzie Bear

Name a book that you couldnโ€™t help but laugh at the jokes or characters

Fozzie Bear

Harry Potter. Ron Weasley, especially.

Bunson Honeydew and Beaker

Name a book that made youย feel a little smarter by the end of it

DR Bunsen Honeydew And Beaker

The Unknown and Impossible: How a research facility in Virginia mastered the air and conquered space. I learned so much about NASA, and it’s ties to the Hampton Roads area!

Crazy Harry

Name a book where a character or something about the book drives you crazy

Crazy Harry

The Casual Vacancy. I didn’t like how many characters there were! It was hard to keep up.

Janice

Name a book that was an easy read and gave you good vibes

Janice

Any of the American Girl books. I love reading about history!

Stalter & Waldorf

A book that you loved and was turned into a movie that you hated

Stalter and Waldorf

Oh, goodness. I’m not sure I have a true answer for this one!


Tag – You’re It!


Who is your favorite Muppet?

I’m with Bibi – I was disappointed to not see Kermit, Miss Piggy, Gonzo, Sam the Eagle, Animal, and Rizzo!


Until the next headline, Laura Beth ๐Ÿ™‚

21 thoughts on “Tag #64: The Muppets Book Tag

  1. Great answers, Laura Beth ๐Ÿ™‚ we’ll just have to imagine what Kermit & Miss Piggy’s books would be ๐Ÿ˜›

  2. What a fun and unique tag – thank you for tagging me! I haven’t thought about the Muppets in a long time! As a kid, my favorite was Kermit because my dad could mimic him and it always made me laugh. ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. I’ve not seen this tag before. I love the Muppets. they’re a childhood favourite ๐Ÿ˜€

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