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message 1: by JoAnne (last edited Apr 25, 2018 06:07AM) (new)

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May Monthly: National Library Week Themes
Duration: May 1- May 31, 2018


This is a challenge based on themes for National Library Week from years past.

Levels:
Level One: 1-6 tasks
Level Two: 7+ tasks

Pick your level.
You may use the tasks as many times as you wish.

TASKS:


1. 1958-9 Wake Up and Read!
📚 Read a book with the words WAKE or UP in the title.

2. 1960 Open wonderful new worlds...wake up and read
📚 Read a Sci-Fi or Fantasy book.

3. 1963 Read -- the fifth freedom, enjoy it
📚 Read the 5th book in a series OR with the word FIFTH in the title.

4. 1964 Reading is the key
📚 Read a book with the letters K-E-Y in the title. Does not have to be in order.

5. 1966 Read -- keep growing; Know what you are talking about -- read
📚 Read a book with a character that is a farmer or gardener.

6. 1967 Explore inner space; Reading is what's happening
📚 Read a book whose title begins with I.

7. 1971 You've got a right to read
📚 Read a book with a lawyer as the MC.

8. 1974 Grow with books; Get it all together
📚 Read a book from a series that has more than 10 books.

9. 1975-9 Information Power
📚 Read a non-fiction book.

10. 1979 The Library is Filled with Success Stories
📚 Read a book that you got from the library! (Can be paper, ebook, audio, etc.)

11. 1981 America, the library has your number
📚 Read a book with a number in the title.

12. 1986 Get a head start at The Library
📚 Read a book with a HEAD on the cover.

13. 1987 Take time to read...use your library
📚 Read a book with books on the cover.

14. 1989 Ask a Professional. Ask a Librarian.
📚 Read a book where a character is a librarian.
Helper: Books About Librarians

15. 1991 Read. Succeed.; Kids Who Read Succeed.
📚 Read a Children's or YA book.

16. 1997-8 Kids Connect @ the Library
📚 Read a book your child would read (does not matter how old your child is - does not have to be a children's book) OR reread one of your childhood favorites.

17. 2006 Change your world @ your library®
📚 Read a book with a building on the cover.

18. 2007 Come together @ your library®
📚 Read a book by an author whose name is John, Paul, George or Richard (Ringo).

19. 2008 Join the circle of knowledge @ your library®
📚 Read a book with a circle on the cover.

20. 2009 Worlds connect @ your library®
📚 Read a book set in a country that is not where you live.

BONUS BADGE:
📚 Read a book from a LIST whose title contains the word BOOK or PRINTZ or AWARD or ALA or Newbery or CALDECOTT. Tell us the name of the list and the book's number on that list.

Help Lists:
Listopia Search: Library
Books about Books and Libraries
DCPL's Teen Humor Booklist
Little Library for a Daughter



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*Each book may only be used for one task or letter
*To count a book towards a challenge you must read the majority of it after the start date of the challenge.
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*All genres and formats are fine.
*Re-reads are allowed.
*No page minimum.
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message 3: by JoAnne (last edited May 24, 2018 09:26AM) (new)

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May Monthly: National Library Week Themes
Level Two: 7+ tasks
15/7+

TASKS:


1. 1958-9 Wake Up and Read!
📚 Read a book with the words WAKE or UP in the title.

2. 1960 Open wonderful new worlds...wake up and read
📚 Read a Sci-Fi or Fantasy book.
Dark Queen Faith Hunter 5/2/18

3. 1963 Read -- the fifth freedom, enjoy it
📚 Read the 5th book in a series.
Dare to Rock Carly Phillips 5/24/18

4. 1964 Reading is the key
📚 Read a book with the letters K-E-Y in the title. Does not have to be in order.

5. 1966 Read -- keep growing; Know what you are talking about -- read
📚 Read a book with a character that is a gardener.
The Cottage At Glass Beach Heather Barbieri 5/23/18

6. 1967 Explore inner space; Reading is what's happening
📚 Read a book whose title begins with I.

7. 1971 You've got a right to read
📚 Read a book with a lawyer as the MC.
Because Of You Emilia Finn 5/21/18

8. 1974 Grow with books; Get it all together
📚 Read a book from a series that has more than 10 books.
Living with the Dead Kelley Armstrong 5/11/18
Deadly Fate Heather Graham 5/18/18

9. 1975-9 Information Power
📚 Read a non-fiction book.
The Home Cook: Recipes to Know by Heart Alex Guarnaschelli 5/17/18

10. 1979 The Library is Filled with Success Stories
📚 Read a book that you got from the library! (Can be paper, ebook, audio, etc.)
Right Where We Belong Brenda Novak 5/6/18

11. 1981 America, the library has your number
📚 Read a book with a number in the title.
Two Nights Kathy Reichs 5/20/18

12. 1986 Get a head start at The Library
📚 Read a book with a HEAD on the cover.
Dark Vow by Jayne Blue Dark Vow Jayne Blue 5/19/18

13. 1987 Take time to read...use your library
📚 Read a book with books on the cover.

14. 1989 Ask a Professional. Ask a Librarian.
📚 Read a book where a character is a librarian.
Helper: Books About Librarians

15. 1991 Read. Succeed.; Kids Who Read Succeed.
📚 Read a Children's or YA book.
Lucas Jay McLean 5/14/18

16. 1997-8 Kids Connect @ the Library
📚 Read a book your child would read (does not matter how old your child is - does not have to be a children's book) OR reread one of your childhood favorites.

17. 2006 Change your world @ your library®
📚 Read a book with a building on the cover.
Killman Creek (Stillhouse Lake, #2) by Rachel Caine Killman Creek Rachel Caine 5/16/18

18. 2007 Come together @ your library®
📚 Read a book by an author whose name is John, Paul, George or Richard (Ringo).

19. 2008 Join the circle of knowledge @ your library®
📚 Read a book with a circle on the cover.
Alone (Detective D.D. Warren, #1) by Lisa Gardner Alone Lisa Gardner 5/10/18

20. 2009 Worlds connect @ your library®
📚 Read a book set in a country that is not where you live.
Sometimes I Lie Alice Feeney 5/17/18

BONUS BADGE:
📚 Read a book from a LIST whose title contains the word BOOK or PRINTZ or AWARD or ALA or Newbery or CALDECOTT. Tell us the name of the list and the book's number on that list.
Book - #20 on 2017 Crime Books You're Excited For! Stillhouse Lake Rachel Caine 5/6/18


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Jessica | 39 comments Level Two: 7+ tasks

I am going to try and read books for all 21 tasks.

TASKS:

1. 1958-9 Wake Up and Read!
📚 Read a book with the words WAKE or UP in the title.

2. 1960 Open wonderful new worlds...wake up and read
📚 Read a Sci-Fi or Fantasy book.

3. 1963 Read -- the fifth freedom, enjoy it
📚 Read the 5th book in a series OR with the word FIFTH in the title.

4. 1964 Reading is the key
📚 Read a book with the letters K-E-Y in the title. Does not have to be in order.

5. 1966 Read -- keep growing; Know what you are talking about -- read
📚 Read a book with a character that is a farmer or gardener.

6. 1967 Explore inner space; Reading is what's happening
📚 Read a book whose title begins with I.

7. 1971 You've got a right to read
📚 Read a book with a lawyer as the MC.

8. 1974 Grow with books; Get it all together
📚 Read a book from a series that has more than 10 books.

9. 1975-9 Information Power
📚 Read a non-fiction book.

10. 1979 The Library is Filled with Success Stories
📚 Read a book that you got from the library! (Can be paper, ebook, audio, etc.)

11. 1981 America, the library has your number
📚 Read a book with a number in the title.

12. 1986 Get a head start at The Library
📚 Read a book with a HEAD on the cover.

13. 1987 Take time to read...use your library
📚 Read a book with books on the cover.

14. 1989 Ask a Professional. Ask a Librarian.
📚 Read a book where a character is a librarian.
Helper: Books About Librarians

15. 1991 Read. Succeed.; Kids Who Read Succeed.
📚 Read a Children's or YA book.

16. 1997-8 Kids Connect @ the Library
📚 Read a book your child would read (does not matter how old your child is - does not have to be a children's book) OR reread one of your childhood favorites.

17. 2006 Change your world @ your library®
📚 Read a book with a building on the cover.

18. 2007 Come together @ your library®
📚 Read a book by an author whose name is John, Paul, George or Richard (Ringo).

19. 2008 Join the circle of knowledge @ your library®
📚 Read a book with a circle on the cover.

20. 2009 Worlds connect @ your library®
📚 Read a book set in a country that is not where you live.

BONUS BADGE:
📚 Read a book from a LIST whose title contains the word BOOK or PRINTZ or AWARD or ALA or Newbery or CALDECOTT. Tell us the name of the list and the book's number on that list.


message 5: by Joann (last edited May 31, 2018 08:55AM) (new)

Joann | 1300 comments Managed to get 9 completed

2. Read a Sci-Fi or Fantasy book. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban - J.K. Rowling - 5/7/18-

4. Read a book with the letters K-E-Y in the title. Does not have to be in order. A Lady in the Smoke: A Victorian Mystery - Karen Odden - 5/5/18


7. Read a book with a lawyer as the MC.The Advocate's Betrayal - Teresa Burrell - 5/28/18

8. Read a book from a series that has more than 10 books. Mrs. Jeffries Takes the Cake - Emily Brightwell - 5/16/18

10. Read a book that you got from the library! What Was Mine - Helen Klein Ross - 5/14/18

12. Read a book with a HEAD on the cover.
Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier - Daphne du Maurier - 5/11/18


15. Read a Children's or YA book. Uncle Montague's Tales of Terror - Chris Priestley - 5/23/18

16. Read a book your child would read The Dead in Their Vaulted Arches - Alan Bradley - 5/3/18

20. 2 Read a book set in a country that is not where you live. Crooked Heart - Lissa Evans - 5/2/18


message 6: by Barbara ★ (last edited Jun 01, 2018 09:43AM) (new)

Barbara ★ | 2770 comments
Level: Level Two: 7+ tasks

READ: 14/7+

✔ 2. 1960 Open wonderful new worlds...wake up and read
📚 Read a Sci-Fi or Fantasy book.
The Best of All Possible Worlds - Karen Lord 5/15
The Best of All Possible Worlds by Karen Lord

✔ 3. 1963 Read -- the fifth freedom, enjoy it
📚 Read the 5th book in a series OR with the word FIFTH in the title.
Sea Glass Winter - JoAnn Ross (Shelter Bay #5) 5/3
Sea Glass Winter (Shelter Bay #5) by JoAnn Ross

✔ 4. 1964 Reading is the key
📚 Read a book with the letters K-E-Y in the title. Does not have to be in order.
Blackberry Pie Murder - Joanne Fluke 5/17
Blackberry Pie Murder (Hannah Swensen, #17) by Joanne Fluke

✔ 5. 1966 Read -- keep growing; Know what you are talking about -- read
📚 Read a book with a character that is a farmer or gardener.
Better Homes and Hauntings - Molly Harper 5/19
Better Homes and Hauntings by Molly Harper

✔ 8. 1974 Grow with books; Get it all together
📚 Read a book from a series that has more than 10 books.
City of Endless Night - Douglas Preston (17 so far) 5/6
City of Endless Night (Pendergast, #17) by Douglas Preston

✔ 9. 1975-9 Information Power
📚 Read a non-fiction book.
An Indomitable Beast - Alan Rabinowitz 5/31
An Indomitable Beast The Remarkable Journey of the Jaguar by Alan Rabinowitz

✔ 10. 1979 The Library is Filled with Success Stories
📚 Read a book that you got from the library! (Can be paper, ebook, audio, etc.)
The Mountain Between Us - Charles Martin 5/14
The Mountain Between Us by Charles Martin

✔ 11. 1981 America, the library has your number
📚 Read a book with a number in the title.
Ready Player One - Ernest Cline 5/29
Ready Player One (Ready Player One, #1) by Ernest Cline

✔ 12. 1986 Get a head start at The Library
📚 Read a book with a HEAD on the cover.
Lake Silence - Anne Bishop 5/1
Lake Silence (The Others, #6) by Anne Bishop

✔ 14. 1989 Ask a Professional. Ask a Librarian.
📚 Read a book where a character is a librarian.
Due or Die - Jenn McKinlay (#81) 5/21
Due or Die (Library Lover's Mystery, #2) by Jenn McKinlay

✔ 15. 1991 Read. Succeed.; Kids Who Read Succeed.
📚 Read a Children's or YA book.
The Knife of Never Letting Go - Patrick Ness 5/20
The Knife of Never Letting Go (Chaos Walking, #1) by Patrick Ness

✔ 17. 2006 Change your world @ your library®
📚 Read a book with a building on the cover.
Heart of Evil - Heather Graham 5/21
Heart of Evil (Krewe of Hunters, #2) by Heather Graham

✔ 19. 2008 Join the circle of knowledge @ your library®
📚 Read a book with a circle on the cover.
Ancient Spirits - Alice Duncan 5/14
Ancient Spirits (Daisy Gumm Majesty, #6) by Alice Duncan

✔ 20. 2009 Worlds connect @ your library®
📚 Read a book set in a country that is not where you live.
Holding - Graham Norton (Ireland) 5/26
Holding by Graham Norton

CHALLENGE COMPLETE


message 7: by Young At Heart Reader (last edited May 23, 2018 04:26PM) (new)

Young At Heart Reader | 100 comments May Monthly: National Library Week Themes
Duration: May 1- May 31, 2018

(Finished)

Level 2

Progress 8/7+

TASKS:

1. 1958-9 Wake Up and Read!
📚 Read a book with the words WAKE or UP in the title.

2. 1960 Open wonderful new worlds...wake up and read
📚 Read a Sci-Fi or Fantasy book.

3. 1963 Read -- the fifth freedom, enjoy it
📚 Read the 5th book in a series OR with the word FIFTH in the title.

4. 1964 Reading is the key
📚 Read a book with the letters K-E-Y in the title. Does not have to be in order.

5. 1966 Read -- keep growing; Know what you are talking about -- read
📚 Read a book with a character that is a farmer or gardener.

6. 1967 Explore inner space; Reading is what's happening
📚 Read a book whose title begins with I.
Ink Ink (Skin Books, #1) by Alice Broadway (5/10/2018)

7. 1971 You've got a right to read
📚 Read a book with a lawyer as the MC.

8. 1974 Grow with books; Get it all together
📚 Read a book from a series that has more than 10 books.
僕のヒーローアカデミア 12 Boku No Hero Academia 12 僕のヒーローアカデミア 12 Boku No Hero Academia 12 (My Hero Academia, #12) by Kohei Horikoshi 5/9/2018

9. 1975-9 Information Power
📚 Read a non-fiction book.

10. 1979 The Library is Filled with Success Stories
📚 Read a book that you got from the library! (Can be paper, ebook, audio, etc.) Simon Thorn and the Shark's Cave Simon Thorn and the Shark's Cave (Simon Thorn, #3) by Aimee Carter (5/17/2018)

11. 1981 America, the library has your number
📚 Read a book with a number in the title.
For Every One For Everyone by Jason Reynolds 5/4/2018

12. 1986 Get a head start at The Library
📚 Read a book with a HEAD on the cover.
Vanishing Girls Vanishing Girls by Lauren Oliver 5/9/2018

13. 1987 Take time to read...use your library
📚 Read a book with books on the cover.

14. 1989 Ask a Professional. Ask a Librarian.
📚 Read a book where a character is a librarian.
Helper: Books About Librarians

15. 1991 Read. Succeed.; Kids Who Read Succeed.
📚 Read a Children's or YA book.
All Out: The No-Longer-Secret Stories of Queer Teens Throughout the Ages All Out The No-Longer-Secret Stories of Queer Teens Throughout the Ages by Saundra Mitchell (Finished 5/13/2018)

16. 1997-8 Kids Connect @ the Library
📚 Read a book your child would read (does not matter how old your child is - does not have to be a children's book) OR reread one of your childhood favorites.

17. 2006 Change your world @ your library®
📚 Read a book with a building on the cover.

18. 2007 Come together @ your library®
📚 Read a book by an author whose name is John, Paul, George or Richard (Ringo).

19. 2008 Join the circle of knowledge @ your library®
📚 Read a book with a circle on the cover
. Moonstruck, Volume One: Magic to Brew Moonstruck, Volume One Magic to Brew (Moonstruck #1) by Grace Ellis (The moon) 5/7/2018

20. 2009 Worlds connect @ your library®
📚 Read a book set in a country that is not where you live.

BONUS BADGE:
📚 Read a book from a LIST whose title contains the word BOOK or PRINTZ or AWARD or ALA or Newbery or CALDECOTT. Tell us the name of the list and the book's number on that list. Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda (Creekwood, #1) by Becky Albertalli (Mock Printz 2016, Number 3) 5/23/2018


message 8: by Anne (last edited May 25, 2018 05:40AM) (new)

Anne | 939 comments I love the library! Completed!

May Monthly: National Library Week Themes
Level One: 7+ tasks
15/7+
Bonus 1/1

TASKS:

1. 1958-9 Wake Up and Read!
📚 Read a book with the words WAKE or UP in the title.

2. 1960 Open wonderful new worlds...wake up and read
📚 Read a Sci-Fi or Fantasy book.

3. 1963 Read -- the fifth freedom, enjoy it
📚 Read the 5th book in a series OR with the word FIFTH in the title.

4. 1964 Reading is the key
📚 Read a book with the letters K-E-Y in the title. Does not have to be in order.
The Professor and the Madman: A Tale of Murder, Insanity and the Making of the Oxford English Dictionary by Simon Winchester
COMPLETED 05/21/2018

5. 1966 Read -- keep growing; Know what you are talking about -- read
📚 Read a book with a character that is a farmer or gardener.
America's First Daughter by Stephanie Dray
COMPLETED 05/23/2018
Thomas Jefferson and Thomas Randolph were planters and plantation owners.

6. 1967 Explore inner space; Reading is what's happening
📚 Read a book whose title begins with I.
In the Bleak Midwinter by Julia Spencer-Fleming
COMPLETED 05/14/2018

7. 1971 You've got a right to read
📚 Read a book with a lawyer as the MC.
Everywhere That Mary Went by Lisa Scottoline
Mary DiNunzio is an attorney, trying for partner.
Completed 05/02/2018

8. 1974 Grow with books; Get it all together
📚 Read a book from a series that has more than 10 books.
Long Time Gone by J A Jance
#17 of the J P Beaumont series; 23 books thus far in that series.
Completed 05/08/2018
Sycamore Row by John Grisham
>b>COMPLETED 05/25/2018

9. 1975-9 Information Power
📚 Read a non-fiction book.
Death of a Pinehurst Princess: The 1935 Elva Statler Davidson Mystery by Steve Bouser
Completed 05/02/2018

10. 1979 The Library is Filled with Success Stories
📚 Read a book that you got from the library! (Can be paper, ebook, audio, etc.)
Andrew Jackson and the Miracle of New Orleans: The Battle That Shaped America's Destiny by Brian Kilmeade
COMPLETED 05/11/2018

11. 1981 America, the library has your number
📚 Read a book with a number in the title.
A Backpack, a Bear, and Eight Crates of Vodka: A Memoir by Lev Golinkin
COMPLETED 05/18/2018

12. 1986 Get a head start at The Library
📚 Read a book with a HEAD on the cover.
Through Waters Deep by Sarah Sundin
Completed 05/04/2018
Anchor in the Storm by Sarah Sundin
COMPLTED 05/14/2018
When the Grits Hit the Fan by Maddie Day
COMPLETED 05/24/2018

13. 1987 Take time to read...use your library
📚 Read a book with books on the cover.
The Man Who Loved Books Too Much: The True Story of a Thief, a Detective, and a World of Literary Obsession by Allison Hoover Bartlett
The Man Who Loved Books Too Much The True Story of a Thief, a Detective, and a World of Literary Obsession by Allison Hoover Bartlett
Completed 05/04/2018

14. 1989 Ask a Professional. Ask a Librarian.
📚 Read a book where a character is a librarian.
Helper: Books About Librarians

15. 1991 Read. Succeed.; Kids Who Read Succeed.
📚 Read a Children's or YA book.
The Mystery at the Dog Show by Gertrude Chandler Warner; a Box Car Kids Mystery. Definitely children's!

16. 1997-8 Kids Connect @ the Library
📚 Read a book your child would read (does not matter how old your child is - does not have to be a children's book) OR reread one of your childhood favorites.

17. 2006 Change your world @ your library®
📚 Read a book with a building on the cover.


18. 2007 Come together @ your library®
📚 Read a book by an author whose name is John, Paul, George or Richard (Ringo).
The Mistletoe Inn by Richard Paul Evans
Completed 05/03/2018

19. 2008 Join the circle of knowledge @ your library®
📚 Read a book with a circle on the cover.

20. 2009 Worlds connect @ your library®
📚 Read a book set in a country that is not where you live.

BONUS BADGE:
📚 Read a book from a LIST whose title contains the word BOOK or PRINTZ or AWARD or ALA or Newbery or CALDECOTT. Tell us the name of the list and the book's number on that list.
#69 on Books That Exceed Your Expectations
The Shack by William Paul Young
COMPLETED 05/08/2018


Young At Heart Reader | 100 comments (So for the bonus badge, the LIST title has to have a certain word in it?)


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JoAnne | 43874 comments Mod
Young At Heart Reader wrote: "(So for the bonus badge, the LIST title has to have a certain word in it?)"

Yes. Do you know how to find the lists?


message 11: by JoAnne (new)

JoAnne | 43874 comments Mod
Welcome Jessica, Barbara, Joann, Young and Anne!


message 12: by JoAnne (last edited May 30, 2018 07:13PM) (new)

JoAnne (joannemwct) | 1171 comments I'm in - I love the library! I actually go to the one in my town and the next one over since theirs let you easily get books from different libraries around the state.

May Monthly: National Library Week Themes
Duration: May 1- May 31, 2018

This is a challenge based on themes for National Library Week from years past.

Level Two: 7+ tasks - You may use the tasks as many times as you wish. No minimum!

Read 8 books DONE!

TASKS:

4. 1964 Reading is the key
📚 Read a book with the letters K-E-Y in the title. Does not have to be in order.
Beneath a Scarlet Sky by Mark T. Sullivan Beneath a Scarlet Sky by Mark T. Sullivan 5/7/18 5stars

5. 1966 Read -- keep growing; Know what you are talking about -- read
📚 Read a book with a character that is a farmer or gardener.
Herons Landing (Honeymoon Harbor, #1) by JoAnn Ross Herons Landing (Honeymoon Harbor, #1) by JoAnn Ross 5/11/18 4stars (Brianna's family owns a tree farm)

7. 1971 You've got a right to read
📚 Read a book with a lawyer as the MC.
What Happens in Summer by Caridad Piñeiro What Happens in Summer (At the Shore #2) by Caridad Piñeiro 5/26/18 4stars (Connie)

12. 1986 Get a head start at The Library
📚 Read a book with a HEAD on the cover.
Cowboy Bold (Longhorn Canyon #1) by Carolyn Brown Cowboy Bold (Longhorn Canyon #1) by Carolyn Brown 5/1/18 4stars

17. 2006 Change your world @ your library®
📚 Read a book with a building on the cover.
Hot Asset (21 Wall Street, #1) by Lauren Layne Hot Asset (21 Wall Street #1) by Lauren Layne 5/12/18 4stars (21 Wall Street)

18. 2007 Come together @ your library®
📚 Read a book by an author whose name is John, Paul, George or Richard (Ringo).
The Forgotten Road by Richard Paul Evans The Forgotten Road (The Broken Road Series Book 2) by Richard Paul Evans 5/6/18 4stars (Richard and Paul - middle name)

19. 2008 Join the circle of knowledge @ your library®
📚 Read a book with a circle on the cover.
Real Kind of Love (Books & Brews, #1) by Sara Rider Real Kind of Love (Books & Brews, #1) by Sara Rider 5/30/18 4stars (with series name in it)

20. 2009 Worlds connect @ your library®
📚 Read a book set in a country that is not where you live.
A Risk Worth Taking (Legionnaires #3) by Brynn Kelly A Risk Worth Taking (The Legionnaires #3) by Brynn Kelly 5/5/18 4stars (Tuscany (Italy); London and Scotland - I live in the USA)


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JoAnne | 43874 comments Mod
Welcome JoAnne!!


message 14: by JoAnne (new)

JoAnne | 43874 comments Mod
@Anne, you'd be surprised at how many people who do not utilize their libraries!!


message 15: by Melanie (last edited May 29, 2018 12:39AM) (new)

Melanie May Monthly: National Library Week Themes
Challenge duration:
May 1- May 31, 2018

This is a challenge based on themes for National Library Week from years past.

Levels:
Level One: 1-6 tasks
Level Two: 7+ tasks

Tasks complete: 7 tasks + bonus task


You may use the tasks as many times as you wish.

TASKS:
1. 1958-9 Wake Up and Read!
📚 Read a book with the words WAKE or UP in the title.

2. 1960 Open wonderful new worlds...wake up and read
📚 Read a Sci-Fi or Fantasy book.
Poison Study (The Chronicles of Ixia, #1) by Maria V. Snyder Poison Study - Maria V. Snyder - 5/10/2018
How it fits: Tagged Sci-Fi by 59 users

3. 1963 Read -- the fifth freedom, enjoy it
📚 Read the 5th book in a series OR with the word FIFTH in the title.

4. 1964 Reading is the key
📚 Read a book with the letters K-E-Y in the title. Does not have to be in order.

5. 1966 Read -- keep growing; Know what you are talking about -- read
📚 Read a book with a character that is a farmer or gardener.

6. 1967 Explore inner space; Reading is what's happening
📚 Read a book whose title begins with I.
Interview with the Vampire (The Vampire Chronicles, #1) by Anne Rice Interview with the Vampire - Anne Rice - 5/29/2018

7. 1971 You've got a right to read
📚 Read a book with a lawyer as the MC.

8. 1974 Grow with books; Get it all together
📚 Read a book from a series that has more than 10 books.
Sandstorm (Sigma Force, #1) by James Rollins Sandstorm - James Rollins - 5/26/2018 - 13 books in series.

9. 1975-9 Information Power
📚 Read a non-fiction book.

10. 1979 The Library is Filled with Success Stories
📚 Read a book that you got from the library! (Can be paper, ebook, audio, etc.)
Faithful by Alice Hoffman Faithful - Alice Hoffman - 5/5/2018
How it fits: Large print borrow.

11. 1981 America, the library has your number
📚 Read a book with a number in the title.

12. 1986 Get a head start at The Library
📚 Read a book with a HEAD on the cover.

13. 1987 Take time to read...use your library
📚 Read a book with books on the cover.

14. 1989 Ask a Professional. Ask a Librarian.
📚 Read a book where a character is a librarian.
Helper: Books About Librarians

15. 1991 Read. Succeed.; Kids Who Read Succeed.
📚 Read a Children's or YA book.
All These Things I've Done (Birthright, #1) by Gabrielle Zevin All These Things I've Done - Gabrielle Zevin - 5/22/2018
How it fits: MPG by 674 users

16. 1997-8 Kids Connect @ the Library
📚 Read a book your child would read (does not matter how old your child is - does not have to be a children's book) OR reread one of your childhood favorites.

17. 2006 Change your world @ your library®
📚 Read a book with a building on the cover.

18. 2007 Come together @ your library®
📚 Read a book by an author whose name is John, Paul, George or Richard (Ringo).

19. 2008 Join the circle of knowledge @ your library®
📚 Read a book with a circle on the cover.

20. 2009 Worlds connect @ your library®
📚 Read a book set in a country that is not where you live.
Salem Falls by Jodi Picoult Salem Falls - Jodi Picoult - 5/13/2018
How it fits: Set in the USA (I am Australian.)
The Light of Machu Picchu (Incas) by Antoine B. Daniel The Light of Machu Picchu - Antoine B. Daniel - 5/20/2018
How it fits: Set in Peru.

BONUS BADGE:
📚 Read a book from a LIST whose title contains the word BOOK or PRINTZ or AWARD or ALA or Newbery or CALDECOTT. Tell us the name of the list and the book's number on that list.
The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead The Underground Railroad - Colson Whitehead - 5/15/2018
How it fits: Positioned #72 on Oprah's Book Club Picks


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Welcome Melanie and Banshee!


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Welcome Sarah and Dee!


message 18: by Karen ♐ (last edited Jun 01, 2018 06:59PM) (new)

Karen ♐ (kmk1214) | 956 comments May Monthly: National Library Week Themes
Level One: 1-6 tasks
No Pg Minimum
6/6


TASKS:

8. 1974 Grow with books; Get it all together
📚 Read a book from a series that has more than 10 books.
- Creation in Death J.D. Robb - 5/10
Creation in Death (In Death, #25) by J.D. Robb

10. 1979 The Library is Filled with Success Stories
📚 Read a book that you got from the library! (Can be paper, ebook, audio, etc.)
- Lilac Girls Martha Hall Kelly - 5/25
Lilac Girls by Martha Hall Kelly

11. 1981 America, the library has your number
📚 Read a book with a number in the title.
- The Arrangement 17: The Ferro Family H.M. Ward - 5/9
The Arrangement 17 The Ferro Family (The Arrangement, #17) by H.M. Ward

12. 1986 Get a head start at The Library
📚 Read a book with a HEAD on the cover.
- Chasing Perfection: Vol. III M.S. Parker - 5/11
Chasing Perfection Vol. III (Chasing Perfection, #3) by M.S. Parker

13. 1987 Take time to read...use your library
📚 Read a book with books on the cover.

14. 1989 Ask a Professional. Ask a Librarian.
📚 Read a book where a character is a librarian.
Helper: Books About Librarians

15. 1991 Read. Succeed.; Kids Who Read Succeed.
📚 Read a Children's or YA book.
- Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone J.K. Rowling - 5/26
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (Harry Potter, #1) by J.K. Rowling

20. 2009 Worlds connect @ your library®
📚 Read a book set in a country that is not where you live. - Libya
- Mackenzie's Pleasure Linda Howard - 5/2
Mackenzie's Pleasure by Linda Howard


message 19: by Jennifer (last edited May 30, 2018 12:35PM) (new)

Jennifer (jhaltenburger) | 782 comments In!

**Done as I'm going to get -- 5/30

3. 1963 Read -- the fifth freedom, enjoy it
📚 Read the 5th book in a series OR with the word FIFTH in the title. Razing the Dead

4. 1964 Reading is the key
📚 Read a book with the letters K-E-Y in the title. Does not have to be in order. Murder in the Locked Library

5. 1966 Read -- keep growing; Know what you are talking about -- read
📚 Read a book with a character that is a farmer or gardener. The Blue Rose

6. 1967 Explore inner space; Reading is what's happening
📚 Read a book whose title begins with I. I'll Be Seeing You

7. 1971 You've got a right to read
📚 Read a book with a lawyer as the MC. The Lynching: The Epic Courtroom Battle That Brought Down the Klan

8. 1974 Grow with books; Get it all together
📚 Read a book from a series that has more than 10 books. Death, Taxes, and a Sequined Clutch

9. 1975-9 Information Power
📚 Read a non-fiction book. I Remember Me

10. 1979 The Library is Filled with Success Stories
📚 Read a book that you got from the library! (Can be paper, ebook, audio, etc.) Fire Engine Dead

11. 1981 America, the library has your number
📚 Read a book with a number in the title. Two Kinds of Truth

12. 1986 Get a head start at The Library
📚 Read a book with a HEAD on the cover. The Road to Jonestown Jim Jones and Peoples Temple by Jeff Guinn

13. 1987 Take time to read...use your library
📚 Read a book with books on the cover. Much Ado About Muffin (Merry Muffin Mystery, #4) by Victoria Hamilton

14. 1989 Ask a Professional. Ask a Librarian.
📚 Read a book where a character is a librarian. Monument to the Dead

16. 1997-8 Kids Connect @ the Library
📚 Read a book your child would read (does not matter how old your child is - does not have to be a children's book) OR reread one of your childhood favorites. Fundraising the Dead

17. 2006 Change your world @ your library®
📚 Read a book with a building on the cover. Searchlights and Shadows A Novel of Golden-Era Hollywood (Hollywood's Garden of Allah, #4) by Martin Turnbull

19. 2008 Join the circle of knowledge @ your library®
📚 Read a book with a circle on the cover. Witch is When My Heart Broke (A Witch P.I. Mystery #9) by Adele Abbott

20. 2009 Worlds connect @ your library®
📚 Read a book set in a country that is not where you live. The Deception of the Emerald Ring Set in Great Britain, I live in the US.


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Welcome Karen and Jennifer!


message 21: by Claire (last edited May 29, 2018 02:34AM) (new)

Claire  | 285 comments May Monthly: National Library Week Themes
Duration: May 1- May 31, 2018

This is a challenge based on themes for National Library Week from years past.

Levels:
Level One: 1-6 tasks
Level Two: 7+ tasks

Pick your level.
You may use the tasks as many times as you wish.

TASKS:

✔️1. 1958-9 Wake Up and Read!
📚 Read a book with the words WAKE or UP in the title.
Up Up by Myrthe van der Meer Myrthe van der Meer 352 p. 13 may 2018 3 stars
Up in the title

✔️2. 1960 Open wonderful new worlds...wake up and read
📚 Read a Sci-Fi or Fantasy book.
Wool Wool (Wool, #1) by Hugh Howey Hugh Howey 537 p.16 may 2018 4 stars
SF

✔️3. 1963 Read -- the fifth freedom, enjoy it
📚 Read the 5th book in a series OR with the word FIFTH in the title.

The Indian Bride by Karin Fossum The Indian Bride Karin Fossum 400 p. 27 may 2018 4 stars 5th book inspector Sejer

4. 1964 Reading is the key
📚 Read a book with the letters K-E-Y in the title. Does not have to be in order.

5. 1966 Read -- keep growing; Know what you are talking about -- read
📚 Read a book with a character that is a farmer or gardener.

✔️6. 1967 Explore inner space; Reading is what's happening
📚 Read a book whose title begins with I.

In a German Pension by Katherine Mansfield In a German Pension Katherine Mansfield 189 p. 17 may 2018 4 stars

7. 1971 You've got a right to read
📚 Read a book with a lawyer as the MC.

✔️8. 1974 Grow with books; Get it all together
📚 Read a book from a series that has more than 10 books.
Mrs. McGinty's Dead Mrs. McGinty's Dead by Agatha Christie Agatha Christie 244 p. 16 may 2018 3 stars
Hercule Poirot has more than 10 books

✔️9. 1975-9 Information Power
📚 Read a non-fiction book.
Toen ik je zag by Isa Hoes Toen ik je zag Isa Hoes 288 p. 28 may 2018 2 stars
Memoire

10. 1979 The Library is Filled with Success Stories
📚 Read a book that you got from the library! (Can be paper, ebook, audio, etc.)


11. 1981 America, the library has your number
📚 Read a book with a number in the title.
Five Days in November by Clint Hill Five Days in November Clint Hill 257 p. 27 may 2018 3 stars
Five in title

✔️12. 1986 Get a head start at The Library
📚 Read a book with a HEAD on the cover.
The Good Girl by Mary Kubica The Good GirlMary Kubica 355p. 25 may 2018 3 stars

13. 1987 Take time to read...use your library
📚 Read a book with books on the cover.


14. 1989 Ask a Professional. Ask a Librarian.
📚 Read a book where a character is a librarian.
Helper: Books About Librarians

✔️15. 1991 Read. Succeed.; Kids Who Read Succeed.
📚 Read a Children's or YA book.
A Wrinkle in Time A Wrinkle in Time (Time Quintet, #1) by Madeleine L'Engle Madeleine L'Engle 228 p. 3 stars 5 may 2018
YA

✔️16. 1997-8 Kids Connect @ the Library
📚 Read a book your child would read (does not matter how old your child is - does not have to be a children's book) OR reread one of your childhood favorites.
Haar perfecte leven Haar perfecte leven by Sam Hepburn Sam Hepburn 368 p. 28 may 2018 4 stars

17. 2006 Change your world @ your library®
📚 Read a book with a building on the cover.

18. 2007 Come together @ your library®
📚 Read a book by an author whose name is John, Paul, George or Richard (Ringo).

19. 2008 Join the circle of knowledge @ your library®
📚 Read a book with a circle on the cover.

✔️20. 2009 Worlds connect @ your library®
📚 Read a book set in a country that is not where you live.
Keeper of the Bride Keeper of the Bride (Her Protector) by Tess Gerritsen Tess Gerritsen 301 p. 5 may 2018 2 stars
Set in England

✔️BONUS BADGE:
📚 Read a book from a LIST whose title contains the word BOOK or PRINTZ or AWARD or ALA or Newbery or CALDECOTT. Tell us the name of the list and the book's number on that list.
Emma Emma by Jane Austen Jane Austen 514 p. 20 may 2018 4 stars
24057th out of 51,665 books on https://www.goodreads.com/list/show/1...
Has book in title


Sallie(GeorgiaGirl) (shuga) | 183 comments May Monthly: National Library Week Themes
Duration: May 1- May 31, 2018

This is a challenge based on themes for National Library Week from years past.

Levels:
Level One: 1-6 tasks
Level Two: 7+ tasks

Pick your level.
You may use the tasks as many times as you wish.

TASKS:

1. 1958-9 Wake Up and Read!
📚 Read a book with the words WAKE or UP in the title.

2. 1960 Open wonderful new worlds...wake up and read
📚 Read a Sci-Fi or Fantasy book.

3. 1963 Read -- the fifth freedom, enjoy it
📚 Read the 5th book in a series OR with the word FIFTH in the title.

4. 1964 Reading is the key
📚 Read a book with the letters K-E-Y in the title. Does not have to be in order.

5. 1966 Read -- keep growing; Know what you are talking about -- read
📚 Read a book with a character that is a farmer or gardener.

6. 1967 Explore inner space; Reading is what's happening
📚 Read a book whose title begins with I.

7. 1971 You've got a right to read
📚 Read a book with a lawyer as the MC.

8. 1974 Grow with books; Get it all together
📚 Read a book from a series that has more than 10 books.

9. 1975-9 Information Power
📚 Read a non-fiction book.

10. 1979 The Library is Filled with Success Stories
📚 Read a book that you got from the library! (Can be paper, ebook, audio, etc.)

11. 1981 America, the library has your number
📚 Read a book with a number in the title.

12. 1986 Get a head start at The Library
📚 Read a book with a HEAD on the cover.

13. 1987 Take time to read...use your library
📚 Read a book with books on the cover.

14. 1989 Ask a Professional. Ask a Librarian.
📚 Read a book where a character is a librarian.
Helper: Books About Librarians

15. 1991 Read. Succeed.; Kids Who Read Succeed.
📚 Read a Children's or YA book.

16. 1997-8 Kids Connect @ the Library
📚 Read a book your child would read (does not matter how old your child is - does not have to be a children's book) OR reread one of your childhood favorites.

17. 2006 Change your world @ your library®
📚 Read a book with a building on the cover.

18. 2007 Come together @ your library®
📚 Read a book by an author whose name is John, Paul, George or Richard (Ringo).

19. 2008 Join the circle of knowledge @ your library®
📚 Read a book with a circle on the cover.

20. 2009 Worlds connect @ your library®
📚 Read a book set in a country that is not where you live.

BONUS BADGE:
📚 Read a book from a LIST whose title contains the word BOOK or PRINTZ or AWARD or ALA or Newbery or CALDECOTT. Tell us the name of the list and the book's number on that list.


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Welcome Claire and Sallie!


message 24: by Debbie (last edited May 31, 2018 11:06AM) (new)

Debbie (debbiegray) | 386 comments Level Two: 7+ tasks 7/20

Pick your level.
You may use the tasks as many times as you wish.

TASKS:

1. 1958-9 Wake Up and Read!
📚 Read a book with the words WAKE or UP in the title.

2. 1960 Open wonderful new worlds...wake up and read
📚 Read a Fantasy book. Wicked Charms by Janet Evanovich 5/15/18
Wicked Charms (Lizzy & Diesel, #3) by Janet Evanovich

3. 1963 Read -- the fifth freedom, enjoy it
📚 Read the 5th book in a series OR with the word FIFTH in the title.

4. 1964 Reading is the key
📚 Read a book with the letters K-E-Y in the title. Does not have to be in order.

5. 1966 Read -- keep growing; Know what you are talking about -- read
📚 Read a book with a character that is a farmer or gardener. By Invitation Only by Dorothea Benton Frank 5/28/18
By Invitation Only by Dorothea Benton Frank

6. 1967 Explore inner space; Reading is what's happening
📚 Read a book whose title begins with I.

7. 1971 You've got a right to read
📚 Read a book with a lawyer as the MC.

8. 1974 Grow with books; Get it all together
📚 Read a book from a series that has more than 10 books. Shoots to Kill by Kate Collins 5/30/18
Shoots to Kill (A Flower Shop Mystery, #7) by Kate Collins

9. 1975-9 Information Power
📚 Read a non-fiction book. Jackie, Janet & Lee: Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Janet Auchincloss, and Lee Radziwill -- The Other Side of Camelot by J. Randy Taraborrelli 5/14/18
Jackie, Janet & Lee Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Janet Auchincloss, and Lee Radziwill -- The Other Side of Camelot by J. Randy Taraborrelli

10. 1979 The Library is Filled with Success Stories
📚 Read a book that you got from the library! (Can be paper, ebook, audio, etc.)
Dune Road by Jane Green 5/8/18
Dune Road by Jane Green

11. 1981 America, the library has your number
📚 Read a book with a number in the title.

12. 1986 Get a head start at The Library
📚 Read a book with a HEAD on the cover.

13. 1987 Take time to read...use your library
📚 Read a book with books on the cover.

14. 1989 Ask a Professional. Ask a Librarian.
📚 Read a book where a character is a librarian.
Helper: Books About Librarians

15. 1991 Read. Succeed.; Kids Who Read Succeed.
📚 Read a Children's or YA book.

16. 1997-8 Kids Connect @ the Library
📚 Read a book your child would read (does not matter how old your child is - does not have to be a children's book) OR reread one of your childhood favorites.

17. 2006 Change your world @ your library®
📚 Read a book with a building on the cover.

18. 2007 Come together @ your library®
📚 Read a book by an author whose name is John, Paul, George or Richard (Ringo).

19. 2008 Join the circle of knowledge @ your library®
📚 Read a book with a circle on the cover. Once Upon a Grind by Cleo Coyle 5/22/18
Once Upon a Grind (Coffeehouse Mystery, #14) by Cleo Coyle

20. 2009 Worlds connect @ your library®
📚 Read a book set in a country that is not where you live. Murder at the Vicarage by Agatha Christie 5/24/18
Murder at the Vicarage by Agatha Christie

BONUS BADGE:
📚 Read a book from a LIST whose title contains the word BOOK or PRINTZ or AWARD or ALA or Newbery or CALDECOTT. Tell us the name of the list and the book's number on that list.


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JoAnne | 43874 comments Mod
Welcome Debbie!


message 26: by Kat (last edited May 31, 2018 04:16PM) (new)

Kat May Monthly: National Library Week Themes
Duration: May 1- May 31, 2018

Level One: 1-6 tasks

5/5

This is a challenge based on themes for National Library Week from years past. You may use the tasks as many times as you wish.

1. 1958-9 Wake Up and Read!
📚 Read a book with the words WAKE or UP in the title.

2. 1960 Open wonderful new worlds...wake up and read
📚 Read a Sci-Fi or Fantasy book.

3. 1963 Read -- the fifth freedom, enjoy it
📚 Read the 5th book in a series OR with the word FIFTH in the title.

4. 1964 Reading is the key
📚 Read a book with the letters K-E-Y in the title. Does not have to be in order.

✔ 5. 1966 Read -- keep growing; Know what you are talking about -- read
📚 Read a book with a character that is a farmer or gardener. Animal, Vegetable, Miracle: A Year of Food Life by Barbara Kingsolver 5/31/18

6. 1967 Explore inner space; Reading is what's happening
📚 Read a book whose title begins with I.

7. 1971 You've got a right to read
📚 Read a book with a lawyer as the MC.

8. 1974 Grow with books; Get it all together
📚 Read a book from a series that has more than 10 books.

✔ 9. 1975-9 Information Power
📚 Read a non-fiction book. The Sharper Your Knife, the Less You Cry: Love, Laughter, and Tears at the World's Most Famous Cooking School by Kathleen Flinn 5/9/18

10. 1979 The Library is Filled with Success Stories
📚 Read a book that you got from the library! (Can be paper, ebook, audio, etc.)

✔ 11. 1981 America, the library has your number
📚 Read a book with a number in the title. The Children's Blizzard of 1888: A Cause-And-Effect Investigation by Nel Yomtov 5/9/18

12. 1986 Get a head start at The Library
📚 Read a book with a HEAD on the cover.

13. 1987 Take time to read...use your library
📚 Read a book with books on the cover.

✔ 14. 1989 Ask a Professional. Ask a Librarian.
📚 Read a book where a character is a librarian.
I Work at a Public Library: A Collection of Crazy Stories from the Stacks by Gina Sheridan 5/13/18

✔ 15. 1991 Read. Succeed.; Kids Who Read Succeed.
📚 Read a Children's or YA book. The Green Bicycle by Haifaa al Mansour 5/21/18

16. 1997-8 Kids Connect @ the Library
📚 Read a book your child would read (does not matter how old your child is - does not have to be a children's book) OR reread one of your childhood favorites.

17. 2006 Change your world @ your library®
📚 Read a book with a building on the cover.

18. 2007 Come together @ your library®
📚 Read a book by an author whose name is John, Paul, George or Richard (Ringo).

19. 2008 Join the circle of knowledge @ your library®
📚 Read a book with a circle on the cover.

20. 2009 Worlds connect @ your library®
📚 Read a book set in a country that is not where you live.

BONUS BADGE:
📚 Read a book from a LIST whose title contains the word BOOK or PRINTZ or AWARD or ALA or Newbery or CALDECOTT. Tell us the name of the list and the book's number on that list.


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JoAnne | 43874 comments Mod
Welcome Kat!


message 28: by Denise (new)

Denise | 461 comments Levels:
Level One: 1-6 tasks
Level Two: 7+ tasks

Pick your level.
You may use the tasks as many times as you wish.

TASKS:

1. 1958-9 Wake Up and Read!
📚 Read a book with the words WAKE or UP in the title.

2. 1960 Open wonderful new worlds...wake up and read
📚 Read a Sci-Fi or Fantasy book.

3. 1963 Read -- the fifth freedom, enjoy it
📚 Read the 5th book in a series OR with the word FIFTH in the title.

4. 1964 Reading is the key
📚 Read a book with the letters K-E-Y in the title. Does not have to be in order.

5. 1966 Read -- keep growing; Know what you are talking about -- read
📚 Read a book with a character that is a farmer or gardener.

6. 1967 Explore inner space; Reading is what's happening
📚 Read a book whose title begins with I.

7. 1971 You've got a right to read
📚 Read a book with a lawyer as the MC.

8. 1974 Grow with books; Get it all together
📚 Read a book from a series that has more than 10 books.

9. 1975-9 Information Power
📚 Read a non-fiction book.

10. 1979 The Library is Filled with Success Stories
📚 Read a book that you got from the library! (Can be paper, ebook, audio, etc.)

11. 1981 America, the library has your number
📚 Read a book with a number in the title.

12. 1986 Get a head start at The Library
📚 Read a book with a HEAD on the cover.

13. 1987 Take time to read...use your library
📚 Read a book with books on the cover.

14. 1989 Ask a Professional. Ask a Librarian.
📚 Read a book where a character is a librarian.
Helper: Books About Librarians

15. 1991 Read. Succeed.; Kids Who Read Succeed.
📚 Read a Children's or YA book.

16. 1997-8 Kids Connect @ the Library
📚 Read a book your child would read (does not matter how old your child is - does not have to be a children's book) OR reread one of your childhood favorites.

17. 2006 Change your world @ your library®
📚 Read a book with a building on the cover.

18. 2007 Come together @ your library®
📚 Read a book by an author whose name is John, Paul, George or Richard (Ringo).

19. 2008 Join the circle of knowledge @ your library®
📚 Read a book with a circle on the cover.

20. 2009 Worlds connect @ your library®
📚 Read a book set in a country that is not where you live.

BONUS BADGE:
📚 Read a book from a LIST whose title contains the word BOOK or PRINTZ or AWARD or ALA or Newbery or CALDECOTT. Tell us the name of the list and the book's number on that list.

Help Lists:
Listopia Search: Library
Books about Books and Libraries
DCPL's Teen Humor Booklist
Little Library for a Daughter


message 29: by Erin (last edited May 21, 2018 03:59PM) (new)

Erin | 467 comments Completed 5/21/18

May Monthly: National Library Week Themes
Duration: May 1- May 31, 2018

Level: Level Two: 7+ tasks

13/13 read

TASKS:

2. 1960 Open wonderful new worlds...wake up and read
📚 Read a Sci-Fi or Fantasy book. The Undoing by Shelly Laurenston, read 5/7/18

4. 1964 Reading is the key
📚 Read a book with the letters K-E-Y in the title. Does not have to be in order. The Florida Keys Cookbook: Recipes & Foodways of Paradise by Victoria Shearer, read 5/5/18

7. 1971 You've got a right to read
📚 Read a book with a lawyer as the MC. John Adams by David McCullough, read 5/19/18

8. 1974 Grow with books; Get it all together
📚 Read a book from a series that has more than 10 books. Justice by Bailey Bradford, Leopard's Spots has 12 books, read 5/3/18

9. 1975-9 Information Power
📚 Read a non-fiction book. Catherine the Great: Portrait of a Woman by Robert K. Massie, read 5/10/18

10. 1979 The Library is Filled with Success Stories
📚 Read a book that you got from the library! (Can be paper, ebook, audio, etc.) Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli, read 5/9/18

11. 1981 America, the library has your number
📚 Read a book with a number in the title. Hot Mess 4 by Stormy Glenn, read 5/21/18

12. 1986 Get a head start at The Library
📚 Read a book with a HEAD on the cover. High Society: The Life of Grace Kelly by Donald Spoto, read 5/5/18
High Society The Life of Grace Kelly by Donald Spoto

16. 1997-8 Kids Connect @ the Library
📚 Reread one of your childhood favorites. The Velveteen Rabbit by Margery Williams, read 5/9/18

17. 2006 Change your world @ your library®
📚 Read a book with a building on the cover. Vengeance in Death by J.D. Robb, read 5/2/18
Vengeance in Death (In Death, #6) by J.D. Robb

19. 2008 Join the circle of knowledge @ your library®
📚 Read a book with a circle on the cover. Summer Lessons by Amy Lane, read 5/9/18
Summer Lessons (Winter Ball, #2) by Amy Lane

20. 2009 Worlds connect @ your library®
📚 Read a book set in a country that is not where you live. Satin (A Material World by K.C. Wells, set in London, England, read 5/5/18

BONUS BADGE:
📚 Read a book from a LIST whose title contains the word BOOK or PRINTZ or AWARD or ALA or Newbery or CALDECOTT. Tell us the name of the list and the book's number on that list. Brown Girl Dreaming by Jaqueline Woodson, Newbery 2015, #1, read 5/6/18


message 30: by Tammy (last edited May 30, 2018 07:46AM) (new)

Tammy (tammy17) May Monthly: National Library Week Themes
Duration: May 1- May 31, 2018

TASKS:

1. 1958-9 Wake Up and Read!
📚 Read a book with the words WAKE or UP in the title.

2. 1960 Open wonderful new worlds...wake up and read
📚 Read a Sci-Fi or Fantasy book.
Starstruck (Starstruck, #1) by Brenda Hiatt Starstruck Brenda Hiatt 5-15-18

3. 1963 Read -- the fifth freedom, enjoy it
📚 Read the 5th book in a series OR with the word FIFTH in the title.

4. 1964 Reading is the key
📚 Read a book with the letters K-E-Y in the title. Does not have to be in order.

5. 1966 Read -- keep growing; Know what you are talking about -- read
📚 Read a book with a character that is a farmer or gardener.

6. 1967 Explore inner space; Reading is what's happening
📚 Read a book whose title begins with I.

7. 1971 You've got a right to read
📚 Read a book with a lawyer as the MC.

8. 1974 Grow with books; Get it all together
📚 Read a book from a series that has more than 10 books.

9. 1975-9 Information Power
📚 Read a non-fiction book.

10. 1979 The Library is Filled with Success Stories
📚 Read a book that you got from the library! (Can be paper, ebook, audio, etc.)

11. 1981 America, the library has your number
📚 Read a book with a number in the title.

12. 1986 Get a head start at The Library
📚 Read a book with a HEAD on the cover.

13. 1987 Take time to read...use your library
📚 Read a book with books on the cover.

14. 1989 Ask a Professional. Ask a Librarian.
📚 Read a book where a character is a librarian.
Helper: Books About Librarians

15. 1991 Read. Succeed.; Kids Who Read Succeed.
📚 Read a Children's or YA book.
The Unflushables by Ron Bates The Unflushables Ron Bates 5-18-18

16. 1997-8 Kids Connect @ the Library
📚 Read a book your child would read (does not matter how old your child is - does not have to be a children's book) OR reread one of your childhood favorites.

17. 2006 Change your world @ your library®
📚 Read a book with a building on the cover.
Dead Until Dark (Sookie Stackhouse, #1) by Charlaine Harris Dead Until Dark Charlaine Harris 5-27-18

18. 2007 Come together @ your library®
📚 Read a book by an author whose name is John, Paul, George or Richard (Ringo).

19. 2008 Join the circle of knowledge @ your library®
📚 Read a book with a circle on the cover.

20. 2009 Worlds connect @ your library®
📚 Read a book set in a country that is not where you live.
Zoya by Danielle Steel Zoya Danielle Steel 5-10-18 " Russia, England "


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message 32: by Krissy (last edited May 09, 2018 08:21PM) (new)

Krissy (krissystewart) | 207 comments KRISSY'S SPOT

1. 1958-9 Wake Up and Read!
📚 Read a book with the words WAKE or UP in the title.
Wake Up Call
Wake Up Call (Porthkennack, #1) by J.L. Merrow

2. 1960 Open wonderful new worlds...wake up and read
📚 Read a Sci-Fi or Fantasy book.

3. 1963 Read -- the fifth freedom, enjoy it
📚 Read the 5th book in a series OR with the word FIFTH in the title.
The Judas Goat
The Judas Goat (Spenser, #5) by Robert B. Parker

4. 1964 Reading is the key
📚 Read a book with the letters K-E-Y in the title. Does not have to be in order.
Playing for Keeps
Playing for Keeps (Wolves of Desire, #2) by Lynn Hagen

5. 1966 Read -- keep growing; Know what you are talking about -- read
📚 Read a book with a character that is a farmer or gardener.
Oliver
Oliver (Whitedell Pride, #6) by Catherine Lievens

6. 1967 Explore inner space; Reading is what's happening
📚 Read a book whose title begins with I.

7. 1971 You've got a right to read
📚 Read a book with a lawyer as the MC.
Paul's Dream
Paul's Dream (Touching Fire, #1) by Rowan McBride

8. 1974 Grow with books; Get it all together
📚 Read a book from a series that has more than 10 books.
Alpha to His Omega
Alpha to His Omega (Wolves of Desire, #1) by Lynn Hagen

9. 1975-9 Information Power
📚 Read a non-fiction book.

10. 1979 The Library is Filled with Success Stories
📚 Read a book that you got from the library! (Can be paper, ebook, audio, etc.)
Sometimes I Lie
Sometimes I Lie by Alice Feeney

11. 1981 America, the library has your number
📚 Read a book with a number in the title.

12. 1986 Get a head start at The Library
📚 Read a book with a HEAD on the cover.

13. 1987 Take time to read...use your library
📚 Read a book with books on the cover.

14. 1989 Ask a Professional. Ask a Librarian.
📚 Read a book where a character is a librarian.
Murder Takes the High Road
Murder Takes the High Road by Josh Lanyon

15. 1991 Read. Succeed.; Kids Who Read Succeed.
📚 Read a Children's or YA book.

16. 1997-8 Kids Connect @ the Library
📚 Read a book your child would read (does not matter how old your child is - does not have to be a children's book) OR reread one of your childhood favorites.

17. 2006 Change your world @ your library®
📚 Read a book with a building on the cover.

18. 2007 Come together @ your library®
📚 Read a book by an author whose name is John, Paul, George or Richard (Ringo).
The Hike
The Hike by John Inman

19. 2008 Join the circle of knowledge @ your library®
📚 Read a book with a circle on the cover.
A Destiny of Dragons
A Destiny of Dragons (Tales From Verania, #2) by T.J. Klune

20. 2009 Worlds connect @ your library®
📚 Read a book set in a country that is not where you live.
Anatomy of a Scandal
Anatomy of a Scandal by Sarah Vaughan

BONUS BADGE:
📚 Read a book from a LIST whose title contains the word BOOK or PRINTZ or AWARD or ALA or Newbery or CALDECOTT. Tell us the name of the list and the book's number on that list.
(#286 on Best Books of 2015)
Flirting with Fire
Flirting with Fire (Hot in Chicago, #1) by Kate Meader


message 33: by Lisa (last edited May 30, 2018 03:35AM) (new)

Lisa (lisa3718) | 93 comments TASKS:

1. 1958-9 Wake Up and Read!
📚 Read a book with the words WAKE or UP in the title.

2. 📚 Read a Sci-Fi or Fantasy book. The Ship of the Dead by Rick Riordan 5/5/18

3. 1963 Read -- the fifth freedom, enjoy it
📚 Read the 5th book in a series OR with the word FIFTH in the title.

4. 1964 Reading is the key
📚 Read a book with the letters K-E-Y in the title. Does not have to be in order.

5. 1966 Read -- keep growing; Know what you are talking about -- read
📚 Read a book with a character that is a farmer or gardener.

6. 📚 Read a book whose title begins with I. Ignited by Desni Dantone 5/3/18

7. 1971 You've got a right to read
📚 Read a book with a lawyer as the MC.

8. 1974 Grow with books; Get it all together
📚 Read a book from a series that has more than 10 books.

9. 1975-9 Information Power
📚 Read a non-fiction book.

10. 1979 The Library is Filled with Success Stories
📚 Read a book that you got from the library! (Can be paper, ebook, audio, etc.)

11. 1981 America, the library has your number
📚 Read a book with a number in the title.

12. 1986 Get a head start at The Library
📚 Read a book with a HEAD on the cover.

13. 1987 Take time to read...use your library
📚 Read a book with books on the cover.

14. 1989 Ask a Professional. Ask a Librarian.
📚 Read a book where a character is a librarian.
Helper: Books About Librarians

15. 1991 Read. Succeed.; Kids Who Read Succeed.
📚 Read a Children's or YA book.

Sacrificed by Desni Dantone 5/20/18

16. 1997-8 Kids Connect @ the Library
📚 Read a book your child would read

Middleworld by Jon Voelkel 5/30/18

17. 2006 Change your world @ your library®
📚 Read a book with a building on the cover.

18. 2007 Come together @ your library®
📚 Read a book by an author whose name is John, Paul, George or Richard (Ringo).

19. 2008 Join the circle of knowledge @ your library®
📚 Read a book with a circle on the cover.

20. 2009 Worlds connect @ your library®
📚 Read a book set in a country that is not where you live.

BONUS BADGE:
📚 Read a book from a LIST whose title contains the word BOOK or PRINTZ or AWARD or ALA or Newbery or CALDECOTT. Tell us the name of the list and the book's number on that list.


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Welcome Krissy and Lisa!


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Angie | 287 comments May Monthly: National Library Week Themes
1/5/18 – 31/5/18
Level One: 1-6 tasks


TASKS:

1. 1958-9 Wake Up and Read!
Read a book with the words WAKE or UP in the title.

2. 1960 Open wonderful new worlds...wake up and read
Read a Sci-Fi or Fantasy book.

3. 1963 Read -- the fifth freedom, enjoy it
Read the 5th book in a series OR with the word FIFTH in the title.

4. 1964 Reading is the key
Read a book with the letters K-E-Y in the title. Does not have to be in order.

5. 1966 Read -- keep growing; Know what you are talking about -- read
Read a book with a character that is a farmer or gardener.

6. 1967 Explore inner space; Reading is what's happening
Read a book whose title begins with I.

7. 1971 You've got a right to read
Read a book with a lawyer as the MC.

8. 1974 Grow with books; Get it all together
Read a book from a series that has more than 10 books.

9. 1975-9 Information Power
Read a non-fiction book.

10. 1979 The Library is Filled with Success Stories
Read a book that you got from the library! (Can be paper, ebook, audio, etc.)

11. 1981 America, the library has your number
Read a book with a number in the title.

12. 1986 Get a head start at The Library
Read a book with a HEAD on the cover.

13. 1987 Take time to read...use your library
Read a book with books on the cover.

14. 1989 Ask a Professional. Ask a Librarian.
Read a book where a character is a librarian.

15. 1991 Read. Succeed.; Kids Who Read Succeed.
Read a Children's or YA book.

16. 1997-8 Kids Connect @ the Library
Read a book your child would read (does not matter how old your child is - does not have to be a children's book) OR reread one of your childhood favorites.

17. 2006 Change your world @ your library®
Read a book with a building on the cover.

18. 2007 Come together @ your library®
Read a book by an author whose name is John, Paul, George or Richard (Ringo).

19. 2008 Join the circle of knowledge @ your library®
Read a book with a circle on the cover.

20. 2009 Worlds connect @ your library®
Read a book set in a country that is not where you live.

BONUS BADGE:
Read a book from a LIST whose title contains the word BOOK or PRINTZ or AWARD or ALA or Newbery or CALDECOTT. Tell us the name of the list and the book's number on that list.


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message 37: by Wanda (last edited May 30, 2018 03:58PM) (new)

Wanda (oma1229) | 173 comments May Monthly: National Library Week Themes
Duration: May 1- May 31, 2018

This is a challenge based on themes for National Library Week from years past.

Levels:
Level Two: 7+ tasks


Pick your level. Level 2
You may use the tasks as many times as you wish.

TASKS:

1. 1958-9 Wake Up and Read!
📚 Read a book with the words WAKE or UP in the title.

2. 1960 Open wonderful new worlds...wake up and read
📚 Read a Sci-Fi or Fantasy book.

Book:Journey Between Worlds by Sylvia Engdahl
Date Read: 5/15/18
Rating: 5 Stars
How It Fits: The MPG is Science Fiction
Journey Between Worlds by Sylvia Engdahl

3. 1963 Read -- the fifth freedom, enjoy it

📚 Read the 5th book in a series OR with the word FIFTH in the title.
Book: The Secret of Shadow Ranch by Carolyn Keene
Date Read: 5/13/18
Rating: 4 Stars
How It Fits: It is the 5th book in the Nancy Drew Mystery Stories Series.
The Secret of Shadow Ranch (Nancy Drew Mystery Stories, #5) by Carolyn Keene

4. 1964 Reading is the key
📚 Read a book with the letters K-E-Y in the title. Does not have to be in order.

5. 1966 Read -- keep growing; Know what you are talking about -- read

📚 Read a book with a character that is a farmer or gardener.
Book: Green Angel by Alice Hoffman
Date Read: 5/3/15
Rating: 5 Stars
How It Fits: One of the characters-Diamond- is a gardener and replants the MC's (Green) garden
Green Angel (Green Angel, #1) by Alice Hoffman

6. 1967 Explore inner space; Reading is what's happening
📚 Read a book whose title begins with I.

7. 1971 You've got a right to read
📚 Read a book with a lawyer as the MC.

8. 1974 Grow with books; Get it all together

📚 Read a book from a series that has more than 10 books.
Book: Salamandastron by Brian Jacques
Date read: 5/6/18
Rating: 5 Stars
How It Fits: This series (Redwall) has 22 books.
Salamandastron (Redwall, #5) by Brian Jacques

9. 1975-9 Information Power
📚 Read a non-fiction book.

10. 1979 The Library is Filled with Success Stories
📚 Read a book that you got from the library! (Can be paper, ebook, audio, etc.)

Book: Half Magic by Edward Eager
Date Read: 5/2/18
Rating: 4 Stars
How It Fits: This was an Ebook that I borrowed from my library.
Half Magic by Edward Eager

11. 1981 America, the library has your number
📚 Read a book with a number in the title.

12. 1986 Get a head start at The Library
📚 Read a book with a HEAD on the cover.


Book:Jack Templar, Monster Hunter by Jeff Gunhus
Date Read: 5/4/18
Rating: 3 Stars
How It Fits: There is a male head on the cover.
Jack Templar, Monster Hunter (The Templar Chronicles, #1) by Jeff Gunhus



13. 1987 Take time to read...use your library
📚 Read a book with books on the cover.

14. 1989 Ask a Professional. Ask a Librarian.
📚 Read a book where a character is a librarian.
Helper: Books About Librarians

15. 1991 Read. Succeed.; Kids Who Read Succeed.
📚 Read a Children's or YA book.


Book:A Crooked Kind of Perfect by Linda Urban
Date read: 5/11/18
Rating: 5 Stars
How It Fits: The MPG is YA
A Crooked Kind of Perfect by Linda Urban

16. 1997-8 Kids Connect @ the Library
📚 Read a book your child would read (does not matter how old your child is - does not have to be a children's book) OR reread one of your childhood favorites.

Book: Mariel of Redwall by Brian Jacques
Date Read: 5/3/18
Rating ; 5 Stars
How If Fits: This is a children's book that both my daughter and I like. We enjoy reading the series.
Mariel of Redwall (Redwall, #4) by Brian Jacques

17. 2006 Change your world @ your library®
📚 Read a book with a building on the cover.

18. 2007 Come together @ your library®
📚 Read a book by an author whose name is John, Paul, George or Richard (Ringo).

Book: Theodore Boone: Kid Lawyer by John Grisham
Date read: 5/27/18
Rating: 5 Stars
How It Fits: The author's first name is John
Theodore Boone Kid Lawyer (Theodore Boone, #1) by John Grisham

19. 2008 Join the circle of knowledge @ your library®
📚 Read a book with a circle on the cover.

20. 2009 Worlds connect @ your library®
📚 Read a book set in a country that is not where you live.

BONUS BADGE:
📚 Read a book from a LIST whose title contains the word BOOK or PRINTZ or AWARD or ALA or Newbery or CALDECOTT. Tell us the name of the list and the book's number on that list.

Help Lists:
Listopia Search: Library
Books about Books and Libraries
DCPL's Teen Humor Booklist
Little Library for a Daughter


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Welcome Wanda!


message 39: by Rina (last edited May 21, 2018 04:08AM) (new)

Rina | 1084 comments May Monthly: National Library Week Themes
Duration: May 1- May 31, 2018

Levels:
Level Two: 7+ tasks

Progress: 9

You may use the tasks as many times as you wish.

TASKS:

1. 1958-9 Wake Up and Read!
📚 Read a book with the words WAKE or UP in the title.

2. 1960 Open wonderful new worlds...wake up and read
📚 Read a Sci-Fi or Fantasy book.
- Fire, Kristin Cashore, 14.05.2018

3. 1963 Read -- the fifth freedom, enjoy it
📚 Read the 5th book in a series OR with the word FIFTH in the title.
- Magic Slays, Ilona Andrews, 02.05.2018 - Kate Daniels #5

4. 1964 Reading is the key
📚 Read a book with the letters K-E-Y in the title. Does not have to be in order.

5. 1966 Read -- keep growing; Know what you are talking about -- read
📚 Read a book with a character that is a farmer or gardener.

6. 1967 Explore inner space; Reading is what's happening
📚 Read a book whose title begins with I.

7. 1971 You've got a right to read
📚 Read a book with a lawyer as the MC.

8. 1974 Grow with books; Get it all together
📚 Read a book from a series that has more than 10 books.
- Crocodile on the Sandbank, Elizabeth Peters, 03.05.2018 - Amelia Peabody Series has 20 books in it.

9. 1975-9 Information Power
📚 Read a non-fiction book.
Dead Wake: The Last Crossing of the Lusitania, Erik Larson, 09.05.2018

10. 1979 The Library is Filled with Success Stories
📚 Read a book that you got from the library! (Can be paper, ebook, audio, etc.)
- The Shop on Blossom Street, Debbie Macomber, 04.05.2018
- The Rose & the Dagger, Renee Ahdieh, 04.05.2018
- Blood Bound, Patricia Briggs, 05.05.2018

11. 1981 America, the library has your number
📚 Read a book with a number in the title.

12. 1986 Get a head start at The Library
📚 Read a book with a HEAD on the cover.

13. 1987 Take time to read...use your library
📚 Read a book with books on the cover.

14. 1989 Ask a Professional. Ask a Librarian.
📚 Read a book where a character is a librarian.
Helper: Books About Librarians

15. 1991 Read. Succeed.; Kids Who Read Succeed.
📚 Read a Children's or YA book.
A Little Princess, Frances Hodgson Burnett, 19.05.2018
Weil ich Layken liebe, Colleen Hoover, 21.05.2018

16. 1997-8 Kids Connect @ the Library
📚 Read a book your child would read (does not matter how old your child is - does not have to be a children's book) OR reread one of your childhood favorites.

17. 2006 Change your world @ your library®
📚 Read a book with a building on the cover.

18. 2007 Come together @ your library®
📚 Read a book by an author whose name is John, Paul, George or Richard (Ringo).

19. 2008 Join the circle of knowledge @ your library®
📚 Read a book with a circle on the cover.

20. 2009 Worlds connect @ your library®
📚 Read a book set in a country that is not where you live.


BONUS BADGE:
📚 Read a book from a LIST whose title contains the word BOOK or PRINTZ or AWARD or ALA or Newbery or CALDECOTT. Tell us the name of the list and the book's number on that list.
- The Blood of Flowers, Anita Amirrezvani, 13.05.2018 - Book Recommendations for Daenerys Targaryen - #50 on the list


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Welcome Rina!


message 41: by Suzanne (last edited May 09, 2018 11:53AM) (new)

Suzanne (esmerelda1) | 2028 comments The Lost Challenges
May Monthly: National Library Week Themes
Duration:
May 1- May 31, 2018

Progress: 7 out of 7+ (Levels: Level Two: 7+ tasks)

This is a challenge based on themes for National Library Week from years past.

You may use the tasks as many times as you wish.


TASKS:

1. 1958-9 Wake Up and Read!
📚 Read a book with the words WAKE or UP in the title.

2. 1960 Open wonderful new worlds...wake up and read
📚 Read a Sci-Fi or Fantasy book:
The Emerald City of OzEric Shanower - **** - 5/1/2018 - 120 Pages
My Big Fat Supernatural Wedding by P.N. Elrod - ***** - 5/3/2018 - 310 Pages
On the Edge by Ilona Andrews - ***** - 5/4/2018 - 309 Pages

The Emerald City of Oz by Eric Shanower My Big Fat Supernatural Wedding by P.N. Elrod On the Edge (The Edge, #1) by Ilona Andrews

3. 1963 Read -- the fifth freedom, enjoy it
📚 Read the 5th book in a series OR with the word FIFTH in the title.
Burn Bright by Patricia Briggs - ***** - 5/9/2018 - 308 Pages

Burn Bright (Alpha & Omega, #5; Mercy Thompson World - Complete, #15) by Patricia Briggs

4. 1964 Reading is the key
📚 Read a book with the letters K-E-Y in the title. Does not have to be in order.

5. 1966 Read -- keep growing; Know what you are talking about -- read
📚 Read a book with a character that is a farmer or gardener.

6. 1967 Explore inner space; Reading is what's happening
📚 Read a book whose title begins with I.

7. 1971 You've got a right to read
📚 Read a book with a lawyer as the MC:
John Adams by David McCullough - **** - 5/1/2018 - 751 Pages

John Adams by David McCullough

8. 1974 Grow with books; Get it all together
📚 Read a book from a series that has more than 10 books:
Bitten by Kelley Armstrong - ***** - 5/8/2018 - 436 Pages

Bitten (Women of the Otherworld, #1) by Kelley Armstrong

9. 1975-9 Information Power
📚 Read a non-fiction book.

10. 1979 The Library is Filled with Success Stories
📚 Read a book that you got from the library! (Can be paper, ebook, audio, etc.)
Giant Days, Vol. 4 by John Allison - ***** - 5/2/2018 - 112 Pages

Giant Days, Vol. 4 (Giant Days, #4) by John Allison

11. 1981 America, the library has your number
📚 Read a book with a number in the title.

12. 1986 Get a head start at The Library
📚 Read a book with a HEAD on the cover.

13. 1987 Take time to read...use your library
📚 Read a book with books on the cover.

14. 1989 Ask a Professional. Ask a Librarian.
📚 Read a book where a character is a librarian.
Helper: Books About Librarians

15. 1991 Read. Succeed.; Kids Who Read Succeed.
📚 Read a Children's or YA book:
Kim Reaper Vol. 1: Grim Beginnings by Sarah Graley - ***** - 5/5/2018 - 112 Pages

Kim Reaper Vol. 1 Grim Beginnings by Sarah Graley

16. 1997-8 Kids Connect @ the Library
📚 Read a book your child would read (does not matter how old your child is - does not have to be a children's book) OR reread one of your childhood favorites.

17. 2006 Change your world @ your library®
📚 Read a book with a building on the cover.

18. 2007 Come together @ your library®
📚 Read a book by an author whose name is John, Paul, George or Richard (Ringo).

19. 2008 Join the circle of knowledge @ your library®
📚 Read a book with a circle on the cover.

20. 2009 Worlds connect @ your library®
📚 Read a book set in a country that is not where you live.

BONUS BADGE:
📚 Read a book from a LIST whose title contains the word BOOK or PRINTZ or AWARD or ALA or Newbery or CALDECOTT. Tell us the name of the list and the book's number on that list.

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message 42: by Maria (last edited May 31, 2018 09:55PM) (new)

Maria (milg) | 32 comments May Monthly: National Library Week Themes
Duration: May 1- May 31, 2018

Progress 5/5 (level one)

2. 1960 Open wonderful new worlds...wake up and read
📚 Read a Sci-Fi or Fantasy book. - A Pocketful of Crows - 5/30

12. 1986 Get a head start at The Library
📚 Read a book with a HEAD on the cover. - The Poet X - 5/03

15. 1991 Read. Succeed.; Kids Who Read Succeed.
📚 Read a Children's or YA book. - Ghost Boys - 5/31

19. 2008 Join the circle of knowledge @ your library®
📚 Read a book with a circle on the cover. - Sheets 5/09

20. 2009 Worlds connect @ your library®
📚 Read a book set in a country that is not where you live (Set in Argentina. I live in Peru). - Cornelia 5/26

Covers:
A Pocketful of Crows by Joanne M. Harris The Poet X by Elizabeth Acevedo Ghost Boys by Jewell Parker Rhodes Sheets by Brenna Thummler Cornelia by Florencia Etcheves


update: I'll change my lvl because I won'r be able to read 7 book by the end of the month.


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message 44: by Katherine (last edited Aug 04, 2018 07:32AM) (new)

Katherine | 220 comments 📚📚📚📚 May Monthly: National Library Week Themes 📚📚📚📚 Level Two: 7+ tasks.

2. 1960: Read a Fantasy book. Fairest of All A Tale of the Wicked Queen by Serena Valentino 1/6/18 ★★★
3. 1963: Read the 5th book in a series. Doe and the Wolf (Furry United Coalition, #5) by Eve Langlais 2/6/18 ★★★★★
5. 1966: with a character that is a gardener. The Purple Girl by Audrey Kane 7/6/18 ★★★★
6. 1967: whose title begins with I. Intentional Abduction (Alien Abduction, #2) by Eve Langlais 12/6/18 ★★★★
7. 1971: with a lawyer as the MC. Princess Jellyfish, Tome 1 by Akiko Higashimura 20/6/18 ★★
8. 1974: from a series that has more than 10 books. How to Seize a Dragon's Jewel (How to Train Your Dragon, #10) by Cressida Cowell 8/6/18 ★★★★
9. 1975-9: non-fiction book. Depression is a Liar by Danny Baker 19/6/18 ★★
10. 1979: you got from the library! The Loneliest Girl in the Universe by Lauren James 6/6/18 ★★★
11. 1981: with a number in the title. Lion and the Falcon (Furry United Coalition, #4) by Eve Langlais 2/6/18 ★★★★★
12. 1986: with a head on the cover. The Unfairest of Them All (Ever After High, #2) by Shannon Hale 3/6/18 ★★★★
15. 1991: YA book. Giant Days, Vol. 5 (Giant Days, #5) by John Allison 14/6/18 ★★★
16. 1997-8: your child would read. Doctor Who Wetworld by Mark Michalowski 24/6/18 ★★★★
17. 2006: with a building on the cover. Saga, Vol. 6 (Saga, #6) by Brian K. Vaughan 9/6/18 ★★★★
20. 2009: set in a country that is not where you live. Ostrich and the 'Roo (Furry United Coalition, #6) by Eve Langlais 20/6/18 ★★★


message 45: by JoAnne (new)

JoAnne | 43874 comments Mod
Welcome Katherine!


message 46: by Debs (new)

Debs (3xmum) 1. 1958-9 Wake Up and Read!
📚 Read a book with the words WAKE or UP in the title.

2. 1960 Open wonderful new worlds...wake up and read
📚 Read a Sci-Fi or Fantasy book.

3. 1963 Read -- the fifth freedom, enjoy it
📚 Read the 5th book in a series OR with the word FIFTH in the title.

4. 1964 Reading is the key
📚 Read a book with the letters K-E-Y in the title. Does not have to be in order.

5. 1966 Read -- keep growing; Know what you are talking about -- read
📚 Read a book with a character that is a farmer or gardener.

6. 1967 Explore inner space; Reading is what's happening
📚 Read a book whose title begins with I.

7. 1971 You've got a right to read
📚 Read a book with a lawyer as the MC.

8. 1974 Grow with books; Get it all together
📚 Read a book from a series that has more than 10 books.

9. 1975-9 Information Power
📚 Read a non-fiction book.

10. 1979 The Library is Filled with Success Stories
📚 Read a book that you got from the library! (Can be paper, ebook, audio, etc.)

11. 1981 America, the library has your number
📚 Read a book with a number in the title.

12. 1986 Get a head start at The Library
📚 Read a book with a HEAD on the cover.

13. 1987 Take time to read...use your library
📚 Read a book with books on the cover.

14. 1989 Ask a Professional. Ask a Librarian.
📚 Read a book where a character is a librarian.
Helper: Books About Librarians

15. 1991 Read. Succeed.; Kids Who Read Succeed.
📚 Read a Children's or YA booK
Everything, Everything by Nicola Yoon 306 pages Finished 4th May

16. 1997-8 Kids Connect @ the Library
📚 Read a book your child would read (does not matter how old your child is - does not have to be a children's book) OR reread one of your childhood favorites.

17. 2006 Change your world @ your library®
📚 Read a book with a building on the cover.

18. 2007 Come together @ your library®
📚 Read a book by an author whose name is John, Paul, George or Richard (Ringo).

19. 2008 Join the circle of knowledge @ your library®
📚 Read a book with a circle on the cover.

20. 2009 Worlds connect @ your library®
📚 Read a book set in a country that is not where you live.

BONUS BADGE:
📚 Read a book from a LIST whose title contains the word BOOK or PRINTZ or AWARD or ALA or Newbery or CALDECOTT. Tell us the name of the list and the book's number on that list.


message 47: by JoAnne (new)

JoAnne | 43874 comments Mod
Welcome Debs!


message 48: by Grace (last edited May 22, 2018 04:47PM) (new)

Grace | 1252 comments May Monthly: National Library Week Themes
Duration: May 1- May 31, 2018
Level Two: 7+ tasks
9/7+

TASKS:
2. 1960 Open wonderful new worlds...wake up and read
📚 Read a Sci-Fi or Fantasy book- Obsidio by Amie Kaufman 5/2

6. 1967 Explore inner space; Reading is what's happening
📚 Read a book whose title begins with I- Indie and the Brother's Best Friend by R. Linda 5/6

8. 1974 Grow with books; Get it all together
📚 Read a book from a series that has more than 10 books- Fullmetal Alchemist, Vol. 12 by Hiromu Arakawa 5/3

10. 1979 The Library is Filled with Success Stories
📚 Read a book that you got from the library! (Can be paper, ebook, audio, etc.)- Crank by Ellen Hopkins 5/3

11. 1981 America, the library has your number
📚 Read a book with a number in the title- One Piece, Volume 20: Showdown at Alubarna by One Piece, Volume 20: Showdown at Alubarna 5/2

12. 1986 Get a head start at The Library
📚 Read a book with a HEAD on the cover- The Poet X by Elizabeth Acevedo The Poet X by Elizabeth Acevedo 5/3

15. 1991 Read. Succeed.; Kids Who Read Succeed.
📚 Read a Children's or YA book- Heartless by Marissa Meyer 5/15

19. 2008 Join the circle of knowledge @ your library®
📚 Read a book with a circle on the cover- The Edge of Never (The Edge of Never, #1) by J.A. Redmerski The Edge of Never by J.A. Redmerski 5/9

20. 2009 Worlds connect @ your library®
📚 Read a book set in a country that is not where you live- Unraveling You by Jessica Sorensen 5/10


message 49: by JoAnne (new)

JoAnne | 43874 comments Mod
Welcome Grace!


message 50: by Tanya (last edited May 31, 2018 12:33AM) (new)

Tanya | 38 comments May Monthly: National Library Week Themes
May 1st-May 31st
Completed: 14/1-6

I will try this one at Level One. Do 1-6 tasks.

TASKS:

2. 1960 Open wonderful new worlds...wake up and read
📚 Read a Sci-Fi or Fantasy book.
1. Undead and Unwed by MaryJanice Davidson 05/11/18 ****
2. Demon: (Cait Murphy Book 1) by Ellis Everley 05/16/18 ***

4. 1964 Reading is the key
📚 Read a book with the letters K-E-Y in the title. Does not have to be in order.
1. Positively Pricked by Sabrina Stark 05/19/18 *****

6. 1967 Explore inner space; Reading is what's happening
📚 Read a book whose title begins with I.
1. Irresistible SEAL Book 1 by Amanda Heartley 05/26/18 **
2. Irresistible SEAL Book 2 by Amanda Heartley 05/28/18 ****
3. Irresistible SEAL Book 3 by Amanda Heartley 05/29/19 ***

8. 1974 Grow with books; Get it all together
📚 Read a book from a series that has more than 10 books.
1. Dressed for Death by Donna Leon 05/23/18 ***

12. 1986 Get a head start at The Library
📚 Read a book with a HEAD on the cover.
1. Jordan by Lindsey Hart 05/25/18 *****
2. Royal Service by Leslie North 05/23/18 ****
3. Ruthless Mountain Man by Jenika Snow 05/24/18 ***

20. 2009 Worlds connect @ your library
📚 Read a book set in a country that is not where you live.
1. Mustang: A Mountain Man Romance by S. Cook 05/21/18 ***
2. The Duke and his Scoundrel: A Clean Medieval Romance by Mary Flowers 05/16/18 **
3. Conquered by the Ghost by Pippa Greathouse 05/26/18 ***
4. The Mysterious Affair at Styles by Agatha Christie 05/25/18 ****


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