When you ask for for an X word, what is the first one that comes to my mind? Xanthophyll.
Definition of XANTHOPHYLL (from Merriam-Webster.com):
any of several yellow to orange carotenoid pigments that are oxygen derivatives of carotenes; especially : lutein
Do you know what book (and the chapter) this word is featured in? For some of you this will be very easy.
Hint #1: If you know me, either personally or through this blog, it shouldn’t be that hard to be able to narrow down the author of the book. 😉
Hint #2: The definition has nothing to do with it. Just thought I should add it. It’s always good to learn a new word, right?
What’s in it for you? If you can tell me, in the comments below, the author, book, and chapter this word is found in, I will put your name in for a drawing. I will send the winner a copy of the book with color illustrations. If you’re familiar with this author’s books, you know that this book is available with color illustrations. I’m not talking about those dumb photograph covers, but the original illustrations in color.
*I’m trusting that you don’t look at the other comments! ☺
You have until May 5th and you MUST be a public follower of my blog. One comment, one chance! Good Luck!!