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2021 Fall Into Reading Challenge

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2021 Children's Historical Fiction Reading Challenge

2021 Children's Historical Fiction Reading Challenge
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Booklist Queen's 2021 Reading Challenge

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The 52 Club's 2021 Reading Challenge

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Saturday, September 15, 2007

You Know You've Taken on Too Many Reading Challenges When...

...you forget about one of the challenges you signed up for. This is what happened with the Unread Authors Challenge. Somehow, I neglected to post my challenge list on my sidebar, consequently forgetting I ever signed up for it. Man! This is what happens after you turn 30 - your memory just starts slipping away... Well, I have rectified the situation. And, just because I can't stop myself, I'm taking on Challenge #4 - Fall Into Reading. This one runs from September 23 - December 21, and is hosted by Callapidder Days. It's a casual challenge, with no limits on how many books to read and there will be prizes.

So, here's my list:


The Giver - Lois Lowry

The Lightning Thief - Rick Riordan

The Zookeeper's Wife - Diane Ackerman

Uglies - Scott Westerfield

Sarah's Quilt - Nancy E. Turner

Woman In Red - Eileen Goudge

You can't sign up for this one until the 21st, I think, but if it sounds interesting, check out Callapidder's site - it's really fun!

12 comments:

  1. Hope you enjoy "Lightning Thief". Such a great series. I loved "These is My Words" by Nancy Turner but have not read "Sarah's Quilt" yet. I need to pick it up because the first one was great.

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  2. Your list looks great. I love The Lightning Thief...and The Giver....and Uglies.

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  3. You have an awesome list! I hope you love them all!

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  4. I haven't heard of any of these. I hope thaty you blog about them.
    :-)

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  5. I have never gotten around to reading The Giver, although I keep meaning too! I've heard it's one of those "can't miss" books. Thanks for being part of the challenge!

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  6. Sounds like an interesting list. Have fun reading them!

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  7. Happy Reading and welcome to the reading challenge!

    Lana G!
    http://airmiles.wordpress.com/

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  8. Great list. I have Women in Red on my list as well.

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  9. Thanks, everybody. I'm looking forward to getting started on this one. I can't wait to read everyone's lists and reviews!

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  10. Sarah's quilt sounds like it would be a great read.thanks for posting it.

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  11. I have "The Lightening Thief" on my list...

    My son might like to look at your reviews...he just started his own book review blog (he's 13)...I'll have to tell him about yours!

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  12. Deena - I think that's awesome that your son has started a book blog. That's really cool. I don't always review kids' books, but I think everything on this blog is appropriate for a 13 year old.

    I'm always looking at YA novels from an adult perspective - it would be really interesting to see what an actual young adult has to say about them!

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