Read More!

Read More! 2018

We’re gearing up for the third year of our reading challenge, and we’ve prepared new categories to get you reading more!

The Read More! 2018 Reading Challenge (or Read More! 2018) invites you to read 26 books throughout 2018. That’s two books a month. And, while we’re not telling you specific books to read, you do have to read different types of books. Categories include a book with an appealing cover, a novel based on a real person and a book with song lyrics in the title. We’ve even added categories with more freedom of choice like a book you borrowed or that was given to you (yes, this include library books!) and a book from your “to be read” list/pile.

Sound fun? You can take a look at our full challenge here: Read More! 2018 Reading Challenge. Feel free to print out a copy of our reading challenge at home or stop by the library to pick one up. Check off the books as you go (and use sites like GoodReads to keep track of what you’ve read).

But wait, there’s more! If you fill out the reading challenge and return it to the library by January 4, 2019, you’ll win a prize!

Read More! 2018 Reading Challenge

View the reading challenge and print out your copy at home.

Need some suggestions?

Want to participate but feeling a bit overwhelmed? Don’t worry, we’re here to help! We have suggestions for you! Or you can listen to our bi-weekly podcast, We Need to Talk About Books, where we’ll be featuring a different category each episode and talk about the great books that we’ve been reading. Plus, if you use social media, check out our Pinterest board for book suggestions and keep an eye on our other social sites throughout the year (Facebook, Instagram and Twitter) as we’ll be offering book suggestions for the challenge there as well and be sure to tag us with #readmore2018.

Pin the image above to pass this challenge along to your book-loving friends. Then, share your progress with us online (FacebookInstagram or Twitter) with the tag #readmore2018.

Are you up to the challenge?

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