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LOOK! WE HAVE OUR OWN READING CHALLENGE FOR 2019! Use this handy dandy sheet to keep track of the books you read in the next year. Send it to us after you've filled it out to be entered into a device giveaway. Use to keep track of what everyone else is reading!
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📚Secret Library Book Blog📚 Dec 20
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Thanks looks like fun 🙂
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Julie Holt Dec 20
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I love this!! Seeing I never complete the Read Harder Challenge, I'm going to do this one. Much more manageable!!
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Erin Henry Dec 20
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Yeah! I love reading challenges!
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Jill Beall Dec 20
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Wow, 2019 is going to be the mother of all reading challenges! Thanks for this one!
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Darlene's Book Nook Dec 22
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Awesome! Thanks for hosting
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Mary Bradley or Keeper of Rabbit Jan 2
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Sabine Weber-Beard #WLIC2019 Jan 2
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This is great. And I better start my list of with ‘Good Omens’ by Terry Pratchett before they bring the movie out this year
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Justin Feb 11
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Ooh this is a cool idea. Im gonna give this a try!
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Professional Book Nerds podcast Feb 15
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Yesterday we released an episode loaded with recommendations for our Challenge. Here's the full list for your reference!
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Patty McClune Feb 24
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I’m in! Finishing up The Dry by Harper. Set in Australia and becoming a movie. Recommend it for either category.
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Ann Power Mar 10
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Book no 3 in the 12 book challenge. Cover you don't like. YA title. Was glad to see hope for the troubled teen by end of story
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Carol Blymire Jun 4
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Just checked in on this and I've only got 4 of these categories covered so far. Just added some new things to my library hold list to make some headway on this challenge!
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Game of Life Jun 12
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My personal reading challenge is to find a "non-orphan"-related fantasy book/series.
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Amanda Jul 9
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Definitely saved this to get started!
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Mrs. Sarah Sansbury Jul 19
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Can my middle school students take part in this?
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Professional Book Nerds podcast Jul 19
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Of course!
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Mrs. Sarah Sansbury Jul 31
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Would Wilder Girls by Rory Power count as an adaptation of a classic? 🧐 I’ve heard it being described as a “feminist Lord of the Flies.” 😳
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Professional Book Nerds podcast Jul 31
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We’ll allow it!
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Mrs. Sarah Sansbury Jul 31
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🙂 I’m on chapter 3 and so far loving it...but I’m always a sucker for sci-fi/fantasy. 🙃
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