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It has been a couple months since my last Challenges Update. I have been busy with foster pups and my son graduating high school but I have still had time to get some reading done! There is always time to read right?
(The newest additions to the check list are marked in Green.)
A book with a color in the title.
A book set in a place you want to visit.
After reading this book about the author and his dog’s adventures hiking in the beautiful mountains of New Hampshire, I would love to go and try hiking some of these scenic peaks.
A nonfiction book about nature.
A book set in Asia.
This was a great book about immigration. Part of the book was set in Asia, part of it in the U.S.
A book outside of your typical genre.
This was a mystery thriller. I don’t read many thrillers but I enjoy them when I do. This was a good one.
A short story or anthology.
This was actually a re-read but I am counting it anyway!
HARRY POTTER RE-READ CHALLENGE
4 books down, 3 to go!
My goal is to read books 5 and 6. I did finish book 5 in February but then I discovered there was a novella (over 500 pages) that goes with book 4. I decided to read it before I got too far into the series. So I haven’t started book 6 yet but hopefully soon!
I challenged myself to read 7-12 books that have an animal on the cover and are the main character of the story. The books below are 8, 9, and 10.
I challenged myself this year to read at least half of the Printz Award books but I haven’t read one yet. This may be a challenge for 2018. Hopefully, I can read a couple in 2017.
How are your reading challenges going? If you are not doing any challenges, what are some of your favorite books so far this year? I would love to know.