2017 Reading Challenge

Reading Challenge: Book Set in a School

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Time for the next category in the  RWC 2017 Reading Challenge. Category #16: A book set in a school It’s time to go back to school for many people, so let’s apply that to our reading list as well. Simple enough, right? The idea is to read anything set primarily in a learning environment. This…

Reading Challenge: Author of Another Race/Belief System

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Time for the next category in the  RWC 2017 Reading Challenge. Category #15: A book written by an author of another race or belief system This challenge is about diversity. The idea is to read something that challenges your personal belief system or presents a view culturally/ethnically different from your own. I’m going to include…

Reading Challenge: Recommended by a Friend

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Time for the next category in the  RWC 2017 Reading Challenge. Category #14: A book recommended by a friend June 30th is International Day of Friendship according to the UN. To celebrate, read a book recommended to you by a friend. This can be either a book your friend specifically recommends for you or just a…

Reading Challenge: Explores Family History/Heritage

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Time for the next category in the  RWC 2017 Reading Challenge. Category #13: A book that helps explore your family history/heritage Here’s another that’s going to vary for most people. First, you need to have some general understanding of where you come from, whether that’s geographically or biologically. Then, you need to track down those…

Reading Challenge: One-Word Title

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Time for the next category in the  RWC 2017 Reading Challenge. Category #12: A book with a one-word title Another easily explained category. Feel free to ignore subtitles, hyphens, and colons if you feel so persuaded Some one-word titles on my shelf include: Coraline (Neil Gaiman) This dark book is a quick, enjoyable YA read. I…

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