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2013 Spring Book Challenge

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5 points

Read a classic

Read a book with a pastel colored cover (light pink, green, purple, etc)

Read a book by an author that is new to you

IHO April Fool’s day, read a humour book

Read a book that has less than 1,000 reviews

 

10 points

Read a book being given away on World Book Night

Read a book with a title that starts with S, B or C ('The' before the word is ok, e.g. The Song)

Read a book with a nature word in the title

National Library week is April 14-20 - Read a library book or free book

Read a non-fiction book of any kind


15 points

Read a book with one of Sassypants' words in the title: http://community.thenest.com/cs/ks/forums/thread/71777133.aspx 

Reading Buddy book or a book off the book blog and post about it.

Re-read a book from your high school English class. Post a review on the board, and state whether or not your opinion changed on the book, whether you missed anything the first way around, etc

Read a book set between 1900-1999

Read a book with a title that does not contain the word "the"

 

25 points

Denmanam -- Read a 1* book on someone's Goodreads list and post about how you felt about the book. Sometimes we love books that other people hate.

Kinmir30 -- Read a book from the Macmillan Recommended Books for Book Clubs list and post your thoughts on it: http://us.macmillan.com/all/editorslist/General/RecommendedBooksforBookClubs

Sessionswedding -- Read a book whose title is that of a song title or song lyrics. It counts whether the song title was based on the book or vice versa.

JLQ2005 -- May is National Mental Health month. IHO that, read a book, fiction or nonfiction, that involves a mental health disorder. (autism, ADHD, depression, bipolar, dementia, PTSD, etc.)

Benmel31 -- Read a book from the International Reading Association's Young Adult reading list chosen by middle and high school students:  http://www.reading.org/Resources/Booklists/YoungAdultsChoices.aspx

 

 

 

http://community.thenest.com/cs/ks/forums/thread/72983571.aspx

http://community.thenest.com/cs/ks/forums/thread/73052312.aspx

 

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