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Maureen | 153 comments Challenge 1
A-Z of Book Titles Challenge


Duration: 1/1/2017 - 31/12/2017

Note: 'De' is same as 'The' (Dutch)

A: Alice's Adventures in Wonderland & Other Stories - Lewis Carroll (23.4.2917)
B: The Blinding Knife - Brent Weeks (21.2.2017)
C: De Cock en een variant op moord - A.C. Baantjer (9.3.2017)
D: Duma Key - Stephen King (28.5.2017)
E: End of Watch - Stephen King (5.6.2017)
F: Foundation - Isaac Asimov (9.6.2017)
G: The Gunslinger - Stephen King (3.6.2017)
H: The Hero of Ages - Brandon Sanderson (16.1.2017)
I: It - Stephen King (17.5.2017)
J:
K:
L: Looking Good Dead - Peter James (10.5.2017)
M: The Mad Ship - Robin Hobb (21.4.2017)
N: New Spring - Robert Jordan (7.6.2017)
O: Op dood spoor - Peter James (2.5.2017)
P: Passagier voor Frankfurt - Agatha Christie (8.3.2017)
Q:
R: Rechteloos - David Baldacci (5.1.2017)
S: Speuren naar het verleden - Agatha Christie (29.4.2017)
T:
U:
V:
W: Wie adverteert een moord! - Agatha Christie (25.5.2017)
X:
Y: Het mysterie van Sittaford - Agatha Christie (25.4.2017)
Z: De man die naar Auschwitz wilde - Denis Avey (13.3.2017)


Goal: Read 26 books, each one with a title that begins with a different letter of the alphabet.

**'A', 'An' or 'The' do not count.

*For Q, X, Y and Z, the title only needs to have that letter somewhere in it.


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Maureen | 153 comments Challenge 2
A-Z of Authors Challenge


Duration: 1/1/2017 - 31/12/2017

For this challenge we are going to read the alphabet using the names of authors.

Goal: Read 26 books, each one by an author whose name begins with a different letter of the alphabet.

**First or last names count.

*For Q, U, X, Y and Z, the author only needs to have that letter somewhere in their name.

17/26

A: A.C. Baantjer - De Cock en een variant op moord (9.3.2017)
B: Brandon Sanderson - The Hero of Ages (16.1.2017)
C: Christie, Agatha - Het mysterie van Sittaford (25.4.2017)
D: Denis Avey - De man die naar Auschwitz wilde (13.3.2017)
E:
F:
G: Grunberg, Arnon - De asielzoeker (2.4.2017)
H: Hall, Allan - Het meisje in de kelder (10.3.2017)
I: Isaac Asimov - Foundation (9.6.2017)
J: Jordan, Robert - A Memory of Light (2.2.2017)
K: King, Stephen - Duma Key (28.5.2017)
L: Lewis Carroll - Alice's Adventures in Wonderland & Other Stories (23.4.2017)
M: Machiavelli, Niccolo - The Prince (23.2.2017)
N:
O:
P: Peter James - Dead Tomorrow (12.5.2017)
Q:
R: Richard Dawkins - The Selfish Gene (23.3.2017)
S: Stephen King - Night Shift (22.5.2017)
T:
U:
V: Verne, Jules - Around the World in Eighty Days (10.1.2017)
W: Weeks, Brent - The Blinding Knife (21.2.2017)
X:
Y: Yvonne Keuls - De moeder van David S., geb. 3 juli 1959 (23.3.2017)
Z:


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Maureen | 153 comments Challenge 3
Reading The Seasons - Summer


Duration: June 1st 2017 - Aug 31st 2017

5-10 points - Super Seasonal
11-20 points - Summer Fun
21+ points - Summer Lovin'


2 points


TASKS

1. Read a book published in June, July or August of any year (Bonus: published in June, July or August 2017) - tell us when it was published

2. Read a book set in June, July or August. (tell us which month)

3. Read a book with the letters H O T somewhere in the title. Does not have to be in order. (Bonus: The letters 'Hot' in order in the title, so Hot, Hotter, Shot etc)

4. Read a book with a summer related word in the title (Bonus: 'Sun' in the title)

5. Read a book with a cover that reminds you of summer. This can be as simple as a yellow cover. (Bonus: Beach scene on cover) - show us the cover

6. Flag Day - Read a book with a red, white or blue cover (Bonus: red, white AND blue on cover) - show us the cover
1. End of Watch by Stephen King - Stephen King (Bonus: red, white and blue)


7. World Blood Donor Day (June 14th) - Read a book that involves blood in some way - tell us how it fits (Bonus: a character donates blood or receives a blood donation)

8. Fathers Day - Read a book with a main character who is a father.

9. Queen's Official Birthday (UK) - Read a book with an author or character named Elizabeth (or some form of Elizabeth - Liz, Lizzie, Betty etc) (Bonus: also set in England)

10. Midsummers Day - Read a book that is #2 in a trilogy.

11. Wimbledon - Read a book where somebody takes part in a sport (does not have to be professionally) (Bonus: The sport is tennis)

12. Canada Day (July 1st) - Read a book that is set in Canada OR by a Canadian author.

13. Independence Day (4th of July) - Read a book set in USA (Bonus: Set in one of the 'Thirteen Colonies' states (view spoiler) (Tell us which state)

14. 4th of July - Read a book with a number in the title. (Bonus: The number 4 in the title)

15. Bastille Day (France) - Read a book with a character who is, or has been, in prison.

16. Summer vacation - Read a book where someone takes a vacation.

17. Summer vacation - Read a book set in an exotic location. (Bonus: set on an island)

18. Eating outdoors - Read a book where characters have a barbecue or picnic meal.

19. Weddings - Read a book that involves a wedding (Bonus: Bride on the cover) - show us the cover

20. Read a book that features on one of these lists – Great Beach Reads, Down By The Sea, Chick Lit for the Beach - (Tell us which list)


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Maureen | 153 comments Challenge 4
February Clean it Out


1. Set your 'my books' page to sort by date added (oldest to newest). Read one book from the first 20 books.

2. Read one book from a series you have started and not finished.

3. Read one book that you bought but have not yet read.

4. Read one book that will help with a difficult challenge. (Like an A-Z challenge that needs Q, U, & X still)

5. Read one free book from your e-reader. (If you do not have an e-reader, read a book that has been on your TBR for more than a year).


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Maureen | 153 comments Challenge 5
February Easy as 1,2,3


This challenge is an ongoing monthly mini-challenge to keep us all motivated to start, (and then continue), some of the many series in our TBR.

Rules:
1) You must read one of each; a 1st, 2nd, and a 3rd book in a series.
2) Any genre of series is acceptable.
3) 'Half-step' short-stories (i.e., shorts in anthologies), do not count.
**For uniformity, the numbering on GR will be the judge of this.**
4) Rereads do count.
5) No more than 2 of the 3 books each month can be from the same series.


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Maureen | 153 comments Challenge 6
February Judge A Book


Did ever see a bookcover and say I've got to read that book and really have no idea what it is about?

For this challenge choose a book that caught your eye because it was pretty, weird or just plain interesting.

Shallow read 1-2 books
Superficial read 3-4 books
Conceited read 5-6 books


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Maureen | 153 comments Challenge 7
Feb-March Ducks In A Row


February 1-March 31

Rules: Read books from the same series or ‘mix-n-match’ – as long as it was at least three in a row. Like 3, 4, 5? Or 11, 12, 13? 17, 18, 19? (You do NOT have to read them in that order.) As long as you keep it all in a row. There can NOT be more than three from the same series...

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Maureen | 153 comments Challenge 8
BFTP: Happy Holidays Challenge

Start date: Feb 1 2017 - May 1 2017


Below are listed 8 holidays that take place between November and February with related reading tasks.

Duration: 3 months from your start date

Choose your level and start reading!

Level 1: 1-2 tasks per holiday
Level 2: 3-4 tasks per holiday
Level 3: 5 tasks per holiday.

RULES

*Each book may only be used for one task.
*For each book that you read please post a link to the book, the author and the date you finished it.
* Where more than one option is given for a task, please state which option your book relates to.
*Please explain briefly how your book fits a task.
*If the task relates to the cover of your book, please post the cover.
*All genres and formats are fine.
*Re-reads are allowed.
*No page minimum.
*Please update your original post as you go but also post an occasional message to let us know how you're getting on, if you would like to.

*When you have finished please re-post your whole challenge as a new message or we will not be able to award your Hall of Fame badge!

(Even if you don't hit the level you were aiming for by the deadline, please re-post your challenge anyway as you may still be eligible for a lower level badge.)

TASKS

Thanksgiving

1. Read a book by an author you are thankful for.
2. Read a book where a big family dinner is served.
3. Read a book set in the US or Canada.
4. Read a book with a historical setting.
5. Read a book with a big shopping trip as part of the plot.

Day of the Dead

1. Read a book set in Mexico or Central America.
2. Read a book where a death plays a part in the plot.
3. Read a book where a cemetery or church is visited.
4. Read a book with a flower on the cover.
5. Read a book with a voyage: Gulliver's Travels (Feb. 07. 2017).

Chanukah / Hanukkah

1. Read a book that is part of a series with at least 8 books: A Memory of Light - Series has 14 books (Feb. 02. 2017).
2. Read a book with a light on the cover.
3. Read a book with a door on the cover.
4. Read a book where something significant happens at sundown/twilight.
5. Read a book with a blue or white cover.

Kwanzaa

1. Read a book set in Africa.
2. Read a book with a dress on the cover.
3. Read a book about a different community or culture from your own.
4. Read a book from a series that has at least 7 books published.
5. Read a book with a red, black or green cover.

Christmas

1. Read a book with a tree on the cover, pine or otherwise.
2. Read a book with a birthday as a plot point.
3. Read a book by an author with at least 25 published works.
4. Read a book with a character or author that has Chris as part of their name. (Any spelling).
5. Read a book with a mostly red or green cover.

Boxing Day

1. Read a book you got as a gift, or free.
2. Read the leftovers, being the last book in a series, or at least the last one published.
3. Read a book with an author or character that has Stephen as part of their name. (Any spelling).
4. Read a book where there is a hunt of some sort.
5. Read a book with a black cover.

New Year’s Day

1. Read a book with a drink on the cover, or someone drinking.
2. Read a book in a new to you series.
3. Read a book by a new to you author.
4. Read a book published in the last 12 months.
5. Read a book where a baby is born.

Valentine’s Day

1. Read a love story.
2. Read a book with a couple on the cover.
3. Read a book where a character has wings.
4. Read a book you gave 5 stars.
5. Read a book with a chocolate colored cover.


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Maureen | 153 comments Challenge 9
Little Shop of Horrors Challenge

Start date: Feb 1 2017 - May 1 2017


Little Shop of Horrors is a 1986 American rock musical horror comedy film directed by Frank Oz. It is a film adaptation of the off-Broadway musical comedy of the same name by composer Alan Menken and writer Howard Ashman about a nerdy florist shop worker who raises a vicious, raunchy plant that feeds on human blood. Menken and Ashman's Off-Broadway musical was based on the low-budget 1960 film 'The Little Shop of Horrors', directed by Roger Corman.
The 1986 film stars Rick Moranis, Ellen Greene, Vincent Gardenia, Steve Martin, and Levi Stubbs as the voice of Audrey II. The film also featured special appearances by James Belushi, John Candy, Christopher Guest, and Bill Murray. It was produced by David Geffen through The Geffen Company and released by Warner Bros. on December 19, 1986.

This year is the movie's 30th anniversary so to celebrate I came up with this challenge inspired by the memorable soundtrack.

Duration: 3 months from your start date

RULES

*Each book may only be used for one task
*For each book that you read please post a link to the book, the author and the date you finished it.
* Where more than one option is given for a task, please state which option your book relates to.
*Please explain briefly how your book fits a task.
*If the task relates to the cover of your book, please post the cover.
*All genres and formats are fine.
*Re-reads are allowed.
*No page minimum.
*Please update your original post as you go but also post an occasional message to let us know how you're getting on, if you would like to.

*When you have finished please re-post your whole challenge as a new message or we will not be able to award your Hall of Fame badge!

Track List

1. "Little Shop of Horrors" – Read a book with the word Little, Shop or Horror in the title OR with a main character who works in a shop.

2. "Skid Row (Downtown)" - Read a book set in a big city OR that has a character with money problems.

3. "Da-Doo" – Read a book that relates in some way to the lyrics of this song. Please explain briefly how it fits. (view spoiler)

4. "Grow for Me" - Read a book where somebody donates blood or is bitten by a vampire OR with a character who works as a gardener.

5. "Somewhere That's Green" – Read a book with a rural setting OR with a green cover.

6. "Some Fun Now" – Read a book that makes you laugh OR that has the letters F U N in the title (in any order).

7. "Dentist!" – Read a book where somebody works as or visits a dentist OR rides a motorcycle OR enjoys inflicting pain.

8. "Feed Me (Git It)" – Read a book where somebody cooks for other people OR where somebody tempts somebody else.

9. "Suddenly, Seymour" – Read a book with an alliterative title. (Title is at least two words and all words begin with the same letter.) Listopia for ideas OR where the m/c falls in love with someone they only considered as a friend.

10. "Suppertime" – Read a book with food on the cover OR where somebody's secret is discovered.

11. "The Meek Shall Inherit" – Read a book where someone gets an inheritance OR with a meek or timid character.

12. "Mean Green Mother from Outer Space" – Read a book involving aliens OR with a main character who is a mother.


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Maureen | 153 comments Challenge 10
2016 Olympics Challenge

Start date: Feb 1 2017 - May 1 2017


With the 2016 Rio Olympics about to start what better time to update this challenge from 2012.

Duration: 3 months from your start date

Directions: Pick your level and complete that many tasks in each category.

Levels:

Bronze Medal: 1-2 tasks per category
Silver Medal: 3-4 tasks per category
Gold Medal: 5+ tasks per category


RULES

*Each book may only be used for one task or letter
*For each book that you read please post a link to the book, the author and the date you finished it.
* Where more than one option is given for a task, please state which option your book relates to.
*Please explain briefly how your book fits a task.
*If the task relates to the cover of your book, please post the cover.
*All genres and formats are fine.
*Re-reads are allowed.
*No page minimum.
*Please update your original post as you go but also post an occasional message to let us know how you're getting on, if you would like to.

*When you have finished please re-post your whole challenge as a new message or we will not be able to award your Hall of Fame badge!

(Even if you don't hit the level you were aiming for by the deadline, please re-post your challenge anyway as you may still be eligible for a lower level badge.)

TASKS

Category 1: Spell the word using author names and titles (the, an, a etc may be disregarded)

BRAZIL
CEREMONY
GAMES
MEDAL
OLYMPICS
RELAY
RIO
SPORTS
TORCH
WINNER

Category 2: Events

Archery: Read a book where somebody uses a bow and arrow / crossbow / longbow.
Beach Volleyball: Read a book that takes place, at least in part on a beach.
Boxing: Read a book where a fight takes place.
Equestrian: Read a book that has a horse in the story.
Modern Pentathlon: Read a book over 500 pages.
Sailing: Read a book that takes place, at least in part on a boat.
Shooting: Read a book with a firearm on the cover.
Swimming: Read a book with water on the cover
Triathlon: Read a book that is part of a trilogy.
Weightlifting: Read a book with a person on the cover who definitely works out.

Category 3: The XXXI Olympiad

Read a book that is 3rd or 1st in a series.
Read a book that is set in a recent host nation, that is not your own. - Host Nation List
Read a book that is set in multiple countries.
Read a book by an author from a country different than your own.
Read a book where a main character is an athlete.
Read a book with a torch, or other flame, on the cover.
Read an award winning book.
Read a book published in 2016.
Read a book set in summer.
Read a book that you believe deserves a gold medal.


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Maureen | 153 comments Challenge 11
BFTP: Halloween Costume Contest

Start date: Feb 1 2017 - May 1 2017


Read a book with each costume* either as the theme of the book, a character, in the text, title or on the cover.

*Costume - Can be a person in a costume or the actual thing.
(i.e. Fairy - You could find a little girl wearing fairy wings or a book about actual fairies.)

EXAMPLE: (view spoiler)

Duration: Duration: 3 months from your start date

LEVELS

10 books: Brown paper lunch bag full of candy
20 books: Pumpkin bucket full of candy
30 books: Grocery bag full of candy
40+ books: Pillow case full of candy

RULES

*Each book may only be used for one costume
*For each book that you read please post a link to the book, the author and the date you finished it.
*Please explain briefly how your book relates to a costume.
*If the costume is on the cover of your book, please post the cover.
*All genres and formats are fine.
*Re-reads are allowed.
*No page minimum.
*Please update your original post as you go but also post an occasional message to let us know how you're getting on, if you would like to.

*When you have finished please re-post your whole challenge as a new message or we will not be able to award your Hall of Fame badge!

(Even if you don't hit the level you were aiming for by the deadline, please re-post your challenge anyway as you may still be eligible for a lower level badge.)

THE COSTUMES

1. Witch
2. Vampire
3. Ghost
4. Fairy
5. Princess
6. Robot
7. Action Hero
8. Wolf
9. Zombie
10. Demon
11. Angel
12. Cheerleader
13. Bride
14. 80's wear
15. 50's wear
16. Historical Figure
17. Native American
18. Pirate
19. Rock Star
20. Greek/Toga
21. Gypsy
22. Law Enforcement
23. Movie Icon
24. Sports player
25. Cowboy
26. Candy/Sweets
27. Religious Figure
28. Doctor
29. Grim Reaper
30. Hippy
31. Skeleton
32. Mermaid
33. Cat
34. Dog
35. Mouse
36. Frog
37. Bee
38. Primate
39. Geisha
40. Elvis
41. Ninja
42. Nurse
43. Devil
44. Dragon
45. Knight


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Maureen | 153 comments Challenge 13
Two by Two Challenge (2.0)

Start date: Feb 1 2017 - Aug 1 2017


To complete this challenge, all you need to do is read pairs of books, either by the same author OR in the same series. The only catch is they must be new to you authors or series.

EXAMPLE:

Pair One - New Series

1. Beautiful Creatures - Kami Garcia - Caster Chronicles #1
2. Beautiful Darkness - Kami Garcia - Caster Chronicles #2

Pair Two - New Author

1. The Sisters - Claire Douglas
2. Local Girl Missing - Claire Douglas

You don't need to read your pairs back to back, as long as you read them both within the time limit.

Duration: 6 months from your start date.

Levels:

Petting Zoo - 3 pairs (6 books)
Menagerie - 4 pairs (8 books)
Wildlife Refuge - 5 pairs (10 books)
Safari Park - 6 pairs (12 books)
Zoological Park - 7 pairs (14 books)
Ark - 8 pairs (16 books)

RULES

*Each book may only be used for one category, either new author OR new series
*For each book that you read please post a link to the book, the author and the date you finished it.
*All genres and formats are fine.
*Re-reads are NOT allowed.
*No page minimum.
*Please update your original post as you go but also post an occasional message to let us know how you're getting on, if you would like to.

*When you have finished please re-post your whole challenge as a new message or we will not be able to award your Hall of Fame badge!

(Even if you don't hit the level you were aiming for by the deadline, please re-post your challenge anyway as you may still be eligible for a lower level badge.)


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Maureen | 153 comments Challenge 14
Back to School Challenge


Start date: Feb 1 2017 - Aug 1 2017

A few days ago my son started college and I thought what better time for a Back to School Challenge.

Duration: 6 months from the time you start

♦Choose your level
Kindergarten: 1-3 subjects
Elementary: 4-6 subjects
Jr. High: 7-9 subjects
High School: 10-12 subjects
College: 13-15 subjects

So if you do the college level you will be reading 30 books.


Reading
♦Read any fiction book
♦Read any non-fiction book

Mathematics
♦Read a book with a number in the title
♦Read a book that is part of a series

Chemistry
♦Read a book with a witch/wizard/alchemist
♦Read a romance

Biology
♦Read a book with a doctor
♦Read a book with a shapeshifter

Political Science/Government
♦Read a book with a lawyer
♦Read a book with a law enforcement officer

Acting/Drama
♦Read a book a book that has been made into a movie
♦Read a book with an actor/actress

Choir/Band
♦Read a book with a professional singer
♦Read a book with a character who plays an instrument

Writing
♦Read a book with a writer/author
♦Read a new to you author

Physical Education
♦Read a book involving sports
♦Read a book with an athletic looking person on the cover

American History
♦Read a book set in the USA
♦Read a book set that takes place during the Civil War or a western

History
♦Read a historical book
♦Read a book where the main characters have a history together

Art
♦Read a book with an artist
♦Read a book with a cover that is a work of art

Computer Science
♦Read a sci-fi book
♦Read a book where a character uses a computer

Lunch/Recess
♦Read a book involving food
♦Read a guilty pleasure

Detention
♦Read a book with a bad boy/girl
♦Read a book involving a crime


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Maureen | 153 comments Challenge 15
Junk Food Day Challenge: 16 oz or more?

Start date: Feb 1 2017 - Aug 1 2017


Is it soda, pop or soda pop? Coke or Pepsi? Whichever you prefer here is a challenge you can really drink in.

Rules:Read a book for each item, Audio, e-books, re-reads and novellas are allowed.
Duration: 6 months from start date
Levels:
16 ounces: 1 book from each soda type
24 ounces: 2 books from each soda type
64 Ounces: 3 books from each soda type

Cola:
Coke: Read a book from an author you are addicted to.
Pepsi: Read a book with a “peppy” character.
RC Cola: Read a book with an author or character who has the initials R.C.

Diet:
Coke Zero: Read a book that is a prequel.
Pepsi one: Read a first in series.
Diet Rite: Read a novella (less than 200 pages)

"Pepper"-style
Dr. Pepper: Read a book with a character with a PHD
Pibb Xtra: Read a book that is an extra in a series (half step books)
Dr Slice: Read a book from a series/or trilogy that is done being written.

Orange :
Tropicana Twister: Read a book set in a tropical location.
Minute Maid: Read a book with a virgin character.
Crush: Read a book with a character you have a book-crush on.

Lemon/Lime:
Sprite: Read a book with some kind of fae.
7 up: Read a book in a series that is #7 or above.
Sierra Mist:Read a book with water on the cover.

Other citrus flavors:
Mellow Yellow: Read a book with a yellow cover
Mountain Dew: Read a book set in a mountainous region.
Sun Drop: Read a book with a sun or other heat source on the cover

Ginger ale:
Seagram's Ginger Ale: Read a book that takes place near the sea.
Canada Dry: Read a book set in Canada or written by a Canadian author.
Patio: "Dances with flavor" Read a book with a dancer or a character goes to a dance.

Root beer:
Barq’s: Read a book with a character who has “bite”.
Mug Root Beer: Read a book where something is stolen.
A&W Root Beer: Read a book where the author or a character’s initials are A.W.

Sports drinks:
Gatorade: Read a book set in the south (near the gators)
Powerade: Read a book with a character with a special power.
All Sport: Read a book with a character who is an athlete.


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Maureen | 153 comments Challenge 16
BFTP: I'm a Barbie Girl

Start date: Feb 1 2017 - Aug 1 2017


This challenge is based solely on book covers. If you can find one of the items listed below on a book cover that book may be used for this challenge.

You may fill in the items as you come across them but the level will only count as complete if the previous levels are also complete. (i.e - you might find all the items for level 4 before anything else but it won't count as complete until you have also filled in levels 1,2 and 3)

Duration: 6 months from your start date

RULES

* One item per book cover
*For each book that you read please post a link to the book, the author and the date you finished it.
*All genres and formats are fine.
*Re-reads are allowed.
*No page minimum.
*Please update your original post as you go but also post an occasional message to let us know how you're getting on if you would like to.

*When you have finished please re-post your whole challenge as a new message or we will not be able to award your Hall of Fame badge!

(Even if you don't hit the level you were aiming for by the deadline, please re-post your challenge anyway as you may still be eligible for a lower level badge.)

PLEASE POST YOUR COVERS SO WE CAN SEE YOUR ITEMS! :)

So find these items on the covers of your books, then get reading!

Level 1 (5 books)

Make one complete outfit

Top: Shirt or blouse,
Bottoms: Pants, jeans, skirt
Shoes: Any foot wear
Head wear: Hat, beanie, tiara
Under things: Undies, bra, socks


Level 2 (10 books)

Complete level 1 and then add some Accessories

Scarf, tie/cravat, belt
Eye Glasses or Sunglasses
Jewelry
Watch, Pocket-Watch or suspenders
Jacket, coat or wrap


Level 3 (15 books)

Complete level 2 and then add some "nice to have" items.

Flower
Chocolates/Candy
Book or bag
Phone, Computer or Sports Equipment
Food


Level 4 (20 books)

Complete level 3 and then add some transportation or weapons

Car or truck
Motorcycle or bicycle
Plane or Helicopter
Carriage, Stagecoach or horse
Sword, Knife, Gun


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