2017 Reading Challenge

I love reading challenges because they broaden your reading horizons. It also helps those who are stuck in the I-don't-know-what-to-read blues. Take the challenge!

January

  • A newly published book
  • A first book in a series
February
  • A book you loved the first time you read it
  • A book written by an African-American
March
  • A book your friend loves and recommends
  • A book written by a woman
April
  • A book you own, but haven't read yet
  • A book of poetry
May
  • A book by an author that you have never read before
  • A book of your parents love
June
  • A book that was made into a movie you haven't seen yet
  • A book you were supposed to read in school, but didn't
July
  • A book written by a man
  • A science fiction novel
August
  • A book from your least favorite genre
  • A book written about an animal
September
  • A banned book
  • A book at the bottom of your "To Read" pile
October
  • A classic
  • A graphic novel
November
  • A book picked solely because of it's cover
  • A book recommended by a teacher
December
  • A book based on a true story
  • A biography about someone who interests you

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