Books with Fruits & Veggies in the Title

One of the PopSugar Reading Challenge prompts this year is “a book with a fruit or vegetable in the title.” As an English major, I of course think immediately of A Clockwork Orange and Grapes of Wrath, but there are SO many fruits and vegetables out there and I know not everyone loves the classics, so if you’re struggling with your PopSugar Reading Challenge for 2018, check out some of these options! A lot of them are cozy mysteries, but there is also a good group of literary fiction and other genres throughout!

Kumquat May, I’ll Always Love You

Eight Hundred Grapes

Grapes of Wrath

Orange is the New Black

Code Orange

A Clockwork Orange

The House on Mango Street


The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake

Vampires in the Lemon Grove

The Astounding Broccoli Boy

The Mystery of the Traveling Tomatoes

 The Onion Field


Cherry Cheesecake Murder

The View from the Cherry Tree

Watermelon Snow

Leaving Lucy Pear

Artichoke’s Heart

The Strawberry Hearts Diner

Strawberry Shortcake Murder

Notes on a Banana

Banana Cream Pie Murder

The Cat Who Went Bananas

James and the Giant Peach


Pineapple Grenade

Tomorrow There Will Be Apricots

Raspberry Danish Murder

Blueberry Muffin Murder

Key Lime Pie Murder

Lemon Meringue Pie Murder

Blackberry Pie Murder 

Apple Turnover Murder

Carrot Cake Murder




One response to “Books with Fruits & Veggies in the Title”

  1. whatsnonfiction Avatar

    I loved the House on Mango Street 🙂 There’s another book called Cherry, one of Mary Karr’s memoirs, it’s also really good! The Onion Field has been on my TBR forever. I’ve avoided challenges aside from the goodreads annual challenge but this is such a fun idea 🙂 great list!


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