16 Tasks of the Festive Season: Square 16 – Kwanzaa

Tasks for Kwanzaa: Create a stack of books in the Kwanzaa color scheme using red, black and green and post your creation and post a photo (or post a photo of a shelfie where black, red and green predominate).

BONUS task: Create something with your stack of books: a christmas tree or other easily identifiable object.

It so happened I had a bunch of planned Halloween Bingo reads still sitting around that fit the bill … so here we go:

 

… and rearranged as a star (and I swear the covers of those books by Denise Mina, Louise Penny, Val McDermid and Stephen Booth are actually greenish-turquoise, not blue):

— and finally, rearranged again as a reader sitting on a chair (OK, well, just use your imagination … 😀 ):

 

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