Time to sign up for more reading challenges! I'm always looking for new and fun challenges to participate in, and I certainly found some this year. For now, these are all the challenges I'm signing up for this year, but I reserve the right to change my mind and add a few more!
This challenge is hosted by Book Date, and you can find all the details here. The object is to fill in as many squares on the game board as you can. I'm aiming to get them all!
This challenge is hosted by Rose City Reader, and you can find all the details here. This is a challenge I love participating in every year. I'm going for the Five Star level, which means I need to read 5 books set in different European countries. I love books about Europe, so this usually isn't too much of a struggle for me. The challenge is reading outside of my typical United Kingdom, France, and Italy!
This challenge is hosted by Becky's Book Reviews, and you can find all the details here. I am beyond excited for this challenge, because I have a lot of picture books in my future. Now they can count towards a reading challenge! This is also a good excuse to bring home even more piles of books from the library. There are three options for this challenge, and I'm going to try to accomplish the checklist. It's 102 items long, so I won't post it here, but you can click on the challenge detail link to see them all. This is going to be so much fun!
Last but not least, my own challenge! You can check out this post to get all of the details. I'm aiming for the Spinelli level, which means I need to get 30-44 points. I'm slowly accomplishing my goal of reading all the Newbery winners, and this challenge certainly helps with that!
My name is Julie, and I own a lot of books. As in, they are stacked on the floor because I've run out of room on the shelves. And those shelves? There are so many books on them that they smile -- not sag; smile. This blog will cover book reviews and all manner of other bookish things.
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