Monday’s child is fair of face…

This famous folk poem isn’t just for prophecies.
It makes for great titles too!

Monday’s child is fair of face

Monday’s Child by Mollie Hardwick – historical romance

Monday’s Child by Linda Chaikin – Christian fiction

Monday’s Child by Louise Bagshawe – chick lit

Tuesday’s child is full of grace

Tuesday’s Child by Louise Bagshawe – chick lit

Wednesday’s child is full of woe

Wednesday’s Child by Peter Robinson – mystery

Wednesday’s Child by Gayle Wilson – romantic suspense

Thursday’s child has far to go

Thursday’s Child
by Sandra Brown – romance

Thursday’s Child by Helen Forrester – historical romance

Friday’s child is loving and giving

Friday’s Girl
by Charlotte Bingham – historical fiction

(I admit this isn’t exactly the right title, but the library no longer has a copy of Georgette Heyer’s regency romance from 1944. We DO carry season 2 of Star Trek, if you demand accuracy.)

Saturday’s child works hard for a living

Saturday’s Child – Ray Banks – noir fiction

But the child who is born on the Sabbath Day Is bonny and blithe and good and gay

Sunday’s Children – Ingmar Bergman – translated from the original Swedish

The Corridor – Day 5

a little love…