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message 1: by JoAnne (last edited May 27, 2021 10:08AM) (new)

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July Monthly: Canada and the United States
Duration: July 1-July 31, 2018


This month both Canada and the United States celebrate national holidays. These countries have similarities and differences. I have lived in both and I thought we should have a challenge to honor these countries!

Levels:
Level 1: 1-6 tasks
Level 2: 7+ tasks

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

Tasks:

Canada and the United States are two of the largest countries in the world.

🍁 1. Read a book over 400 pages.

The world's largest waterfall, Niagara Falls, is on the border between the countries.
🦅 2. Read a book with a waterfall on the cover. Please post the cover.

The United States of America and Canada are two different countries located in North America.
🍁 3. Read a book set in the US or Canada.
🦅 4. Read a book by author born in the US or Canada.

Official Language:
Canada - English, French
U.S. - English
🍁 5. Read a book where a character speaks French or English.

Head of Government:
Canada - Queen of England and Prime Minister
U.S. - President
🦅 6. Read a book with a character that is a queen or a president. Does not have to be the head of state.

As Canada is situated more north and closer to the Artic, its climate is colder. Winters can be harsh with snow covering the ground for almost six months a year. In some areas of the north snow can persist year-round. However, in some coastal areas and areas near its southern borders can have a temperate climate with a mild and rainy winter.
USA, on the other hand, has a varying climate, from cold in north, north-west and north-east, to even tropical and sub-tropical in south, south-east, south-west. A major part of mid-west USA is in fact a desert with corresponding climate.
🍁 7. Read a book with snow on the cover.
🦅 8. Read a book with a desert on the cover.

Canadians tend to prefer winter sports such as ice hockey, curling, skiing, etc., whereas, Americans’ preference varies from baseball to American football to even ice hockey in some regions.
🍁 9. Read a book where winter sports are featured.
🦅 10. Read a book where baseball, football or basketball is featured.

Anthems:
Canada - "O Canada" or "God Save the Queen"
U.S. - "The Star-Spangled Banner"
🍁 11. Read a book with a word from one of the anthem titles in the book title. BUT you may not use THE. Ex: O Pioneers!: or Save Me.

Symbols:
Canada - Maple Leaf, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the totem pole and Inuksuk
U.S. -Statue of Liberty, Uncle Sam, Stars and Strips
🦅 12. Read a book with an item listed above on the cover. Please post the cover.

National Animal
Canada - The beaver
U.S. - The bald eagle
🍁 13. Read a book where a beaver or a bald eagle are mentioned in the text. Give us the sentence and page/loc#.

Highest Point:
Canada - Mount Logan 5959 meters
U.S. - Mt. McKinley 6914 meters
🦅 14. Read a book with TWO of these numbers in the page count.

🚩 15. Read a book in which the first letter in each title word is in NORTH AMERICA (three word minimum).

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Debbie (debbiegray) | 386 comments July Monthly: Canada and the United States
Duration: July 1-July 31, 2018

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


This month both Canada and the United States celebrate national holidays. These countries have similarities and differences. I have lived in both and I thought we should have a challenge to honor these countries!

Levels:

Level 2: 7+ tasks 8 completed

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

Tasks:

Canada and the United States are two of the largest countries in the world.
🍁 1. Read a book over 400 pages.
The Perfect Couple by Elin Hilderbrand 7/6/18..466 pages
The Perfect Couple by Elin Hilderbrand

The world's largest waterfall, Niagara Falls, is on the border between the countries.
🦅 2. Read a book with a waterfall on the cover. Please post the cover.

The United States of America and Canada are two different countries located in North America.
🍁 3. Read a book set in the US or Canada.
The Secret of the Old Clock by Carolyn Keene 7/14/18
Nancy Drew Mystery Stories The Secret of The Old Clock and The Hidden Staircase by Carolyn Keene
Little Shop of Homicide by Denise Swanson 7/24/18
Little Shop of Homicide (Devereaux Dime Store, #1) by Denise Swanson

🦅 4. Read a book by author born in the US or Canada.

Official Language:
Canada - English, French
U.S. - English
🍁 5. Read a book where a character speaks French or English.

Head of Government:
Canada - Queen of England and Prime Minister
U.S. - President
🦅 6. Read a book with a character that is a queen or a president. Does not have to be the head of state. The Last Castle: The Epic Story of Love, Loss, and American Royalty in the Nation's Largest Home by Denise Kiernan 7/18/18
The Last Castle The Epic Story of Love, Loss, and American Royalty in the Nation's Largest Home by Denise Kiernan

As Canada is situated more north and closer to the Artic, its climate is colder. Winters can be harsh with snow covering the ground for almost six months a year. In some areas of the north snow can persist year-round. However, in some coastal areas and areas near its southern borders can have a temperate climate with a mild and rainy winter.
USA, on the other hand, has a varying climate, from cold in north, north-west and north-east, to even tropical and sub-tropical in south, south-east, south-west. A major part of mid-west USA is in fact a desert with corresponding climate.
🍁 7. Read a book with snow on the cover.
🦅 8. Read a book with a desert on the cover.

Canadians tend to prefer winter sports such as ice hockey, curling, skiing, etc., whereas, Americans’ preference varies from baseball to American football to even ice hockey in some regions.
🍁 9. Read a book where winter sports are featured. The Cat Who Tailed a Thief by Lilian Jackson Braun 7/31/18
The Cat Who Tailed a Thief (Cat Who... #19) by Lilian Jackson Braun
🦅 10. Read a book where baseball, football or basketball is featured.

Anthems:
Canada - "O Canada" or "God Save the Queen"
U.S. - "The Star-Spangled Banner"
🍁 11. Read a book with a word from one of the anthem titles in the book title. BUT you may not use THE. Ex: O Pioneers!: or Save Me.

Symbols:
Canada - Maple Leaf, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the totem pole and Inuksuk
U.S. -Statue of Liberty, Uncle Sam, Stars and Strips
🦅 12. Read a book with an item listed above on the cover. Please post the cover.

National Animal
Canada - The beaver
U.S. - The bald eagle
🍁 13. Read a book where a beaver or a bald eagle are mentioned in the text. Give us the sentence and page/loc#.

Highest Point:
Canada - Mount Logan 5959 meters
U.S. - Mt. McKinley 6914 meters
🦅 14. Read a book with TWO of these numbers in the page count.
Bundle of Trouble by Diana Orgain 7/11/18..296 pages
Bundle of Trouble (A Maternal Instincts Mystery, #1) by Diana Orgain

🚩 15. Read a book in which the first letter in each title word is in NORTH AMERICA (three word minimum).
The High Tide Club by Mary Kay Andrews 7/3/18
The High Tide Club by Mary Kay Andrews
Evil in Carnations by Kate Collins 7/9/18
Evil in Carnations (A Flower Shop Mystery, #8) by Kate Collins


message 4: by Hannah (last edited Jul 30, 2018 06:20AM) (new)

Hannah (bookwormhannah) | 299 comments I'm in!
Level 2: 7+ tasks

Tasks:

Canada and the United States are two of the largest countries in the world.
🍁 1. Read a book over 400 pages.

The world's largest waterfall, Niagara Falls, is on the border between the countries.
🦅 2. Read a book with a waterfall on the cover. Please post the cover.
Where the Fire Falls (Vintage National Parks, #2) by Karen Barnett by Karen Barnett 7/29/18 (waterfall is small on the thumbnail but is easily seen on my hard copy.)

The United States of America and Canada are two different countries located in North America.
🍁 3. Read a book set in the US or Canada.
Vanished in the Night by Lynette Eason 7/23/18 Set in Tennessee, US
🦅 4. Read a book by author born in the US or Canada.
Finders Keepers by Catherine Palmer 7/14/18
US born author

Official Language:
Canada - English, French
U.S. - English
🍁 5. Read a book where a character speaks French or English.
Hide & Seek by Catherine Palmer 7/18/18 Speaks English

Head of Government:
Canada - Queen of England and Prime Minister
U.S. - President
🦅 6. Read a book with a character that is a queen or a president. Does not have to be the head of state.
The Red Signal by Grace Livingston Hill 7/10/18 Character gets to meet the U.S. President

As Canada is situated more north and closer to the Arctic, its climate is colder. Winters can be harsh with snow covering the ground for almost six months a year. In some areas of the north snow can persist year-round. However, in some coastal areas and areas near its southern borders can have a temperate climate with a mild and rainy winter.
USA, on the other hand, has a varying climate, from cold in north, north-west and north-east, to even tropical and sub-tropical in south, south-east, south-west. A major part of mid-west USA is in fact a desert with corresponding climate.
🍁 7. Read a book with snow on the cover.
🦅 8. Read a book with a desert on the cover.
Ride for Texas by Lee McGiffin 7/18/18 (Hope this works with the minimal artwork, but in the book that scene does take place in a desert.)

Canadians tend to prefer winter sports such as ice hockey, curling, skiing, etc., whereas, Americans’ preference varies from baseball to American football to even ice hockey in some regions.
🍁 9. Read a book where winter sports are featured.
Thee, Hannah! by Marguerite de Angeli 7/22/18 Characters go ice skating
🦅 10. Read a book where baseball, football or basketball is featured.

Anthems:
Canada - "O Canada" or "God Save the Queen"
U.S. - "The Star-Spangled Banner"
🍁 11. Read a book with a word from one of the anthem titles in the book title. BUT you may not use THE. Ex: O Pioneers!: or Save Me.
Six Star Ranch

Symbols:
Canada - Maple Leaf, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the totem pole and Inuksuk
U.S. -Statue of Liberty, Uncle Sam, Stars and Strips
🦅 12. Read a book with an item listed above on the cover. Please post the cover.

National Animal
Canada - The beaver
U.S. - The bald eagle
🍁 13. Read a book where a beaver or a bald eagle are mentioned in the text. Give us the sentence and page/loc#.

*Highest Point:
Canada - Mount Logan 5959 meters
U.S. - Mt. McKinley 6914 meters
🦅 14. Read a book with TWO of these numbers in the page count.
The White Stag by Kate Seredy 7/22/18 94 pgs.

🚩 15. Read a book in which the first letter in each title word is in NORTH AMERICA (three word minimum).


message 5: by Sandra (last edited Jul 17, 2018 04:40PM) (new)

Sandra | 1009 comments I'M IN!
LEVEL 1. 1-6 BOOKS

Tasks:
🍁 1. over 400 pages - X - Sue Grafton (512 pgs) - 16 JULY
🍁 3. set in the US - Embracing Her Heart - Melissa Foster - 5 JULY
🦅 4. author born in the US - Allegiances - Cynthia Eden - 6 JULY
🍁 5. character speaks English - Wanted by a Dangerous Man - Cleo Peitsche - 8 JULY

Canada - Mount Logan 5959 meters
U.S. - Mt. McKinley 6914 meters
🦅 14. TWO of these numbers in the page count - Double Time - Olivia Cunning (416 pgs) - 17 JULY
🚩 15. each title word in NORTH AMERICA - Heaven on Earth - Jayne Rylon - 10 JULY

X by Sue Grafton Embracing Her Heart (The Bradens & Montgomerys Pleasant Hill - Oak Falls , #1) by Melissa Foster Allegiances (The Battling McGuire Boys #6) by Cynthia Eden Wanted by a Dangerous Man (By a Dangerous Man #2) by Cleo Peitsche Double Time (Sinners on Tour, #5) by Olivia Cunning Heaven on Earth (Compass Boys #1) by Jayne Rylon


message 6: by Claire (last edited Jul 28, 2018 05:51AM) (new)

Claire  | 285 comments Tasks: Finished 8

Canada and the United States are two of the largest countries in the world.
✔️🍁 1. Read a book over 400 pages.
Dead Man's Grip Dead Man's Grip (Roy Grace, #7) by Peter James Peter James 544 p. 15 july 2018 3 stars
544 p.
The world's largest waterfall, Niagara Falls, is on the border between the countries.
🦅 2. Read a book with a waterfall on the cover. Please post the cover.

The United States of America and Canada are two different countries located in North America.
✔️🍁 3. Read a book set in the US or Canada.
Pineapple Grenade Pineapple Grenade by Tim Dorsey Tim Dorsey 352 p. 16 july 2018 3 stars
Set in the US

✔️🦅 4. Read a book by author born in the US or Canada.
Birdie Birdie by Tracey Lindberg Tracey Lindberg 288 p. 20 july 2018 4 stars
Author born in Canada

Official Language:
Canada - English, French
U.S. - English
✔️🍁 5. Read a book where a character speaks French or English.
Narrator speaks english
Head of Government:
Canada - Queen of England and Prime Minister
U.S. - President
✔️🦅 6. Read a book with a character that is a queen or a president. Does not have to be the head of state.
A Case of Exploding Mangoes by Mohammed Hanif A Case of Exploding Mangoes Mohammed Hanif 295 p. 18 july 2018 3 stars
President of Pakistan
As Canada is situated more north and closer to the Artic, its climate is colder. Winters can be harsh with snow covering the ground for almost six months a year. In some areas of the north snow can persist year-round. However, in some coastal areas and areas near its southern borders can have a temperate climate with a mild and rainy winter.
USA, on the other hand, has a varying climate, from cold in north, north-west and north-east, to even tropical and sub-tropical in south, south-east, south-west. A major part of mid-west USA is in fact a desert with corresponding climate.
✔️🍁 7. Read a book with snow on the cover.
Anna and the Swallow Man by Gavriel Savit Anna and the Swallow Man Gavriel Savit 256 p. 13 july 2018 5 stars
🦅 8. Read a book with a desert on the cover.

Canadians tend to prefer winter sports such as ice hockey, curling, skiing, etc., whereas, Americans’ preference varies from baseball to American football to even ice hockey in some regions.
🍁 9. Read a book where winter sports are featured.
🦅 10. Read a book where baseball, football or basketball is featured.

Anthems:
Canada - "O Canada" or "God Save the Queen"
U.S. - "The Star-Spangled Banner"
🍁 11. Read a book with a word from one of the anthem titles in the book title. BUT you may not use THE. Ex: O Pioneers!: or Save Me.

Symbols:
Canada - Maple Leaf, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the totem pole and Inuksuk
U.S. -Statue of Liberty, Uncle Sam, Stars and Strips
🦅 12. Read a book with an item listed above on the cover. Please post the cover.

National Animal
Canada - The beaver
U.S. - The bald eagle
🍁 13. Read a book where a beaver or a bald eagle are mentioned in the text. Give us the sentence and page/loc#.

Highest Point:
Canada - Mount Logan 5959 meters
U.S. - Mt. McKinley 6914 meters
✔️🦅 14. Read a book with TWO of these numbers in the page count.
Before I Go to Sleep Before I Go to Sleep by S.J. Watson S.J. Watson 495 p. 12 july 2018 3 stars
5 and 9
✔️🚩 15. Read a book in which the first letter in each title word is in NORTH AMERICA (three word minim

The Nightmare Room The Nightmare Room (The Messy Man #1) by Chris Sorensen R.L. Stine 274 p. 26 july 2018 3 stars
TNR


message 7: by Anne (last edited Jul 26, 2018 08:33AM) (new)

Anne | 947 comments July Monthly: Canada and the United States
Duration: July 1-July 31, 2018

12/7+
COMPLETED

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

Tasks:

Canada and the United States are two of the largest countries in the world.
🍁 1. Read a book over 400 pages.
A Season in Purgatory by Dominick Dunne
COMPLETED 07/08/2018

The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield
COMPLETED 07/19/2018


The world's largest waterfall, Niagara Falls, is on the border between the countries.
🦅 2. Read a book with a waterfall on the cover. Please post the cover.

The United States of America and Canada are two different countries located in North America.
🍁 3. Read a book set in the US or Canada.
Before We Were Yours by Lisa Wingate
COMPLETED 07/15/2018
Set in Memphis, TN, Aiken, SC, Savannah, GA, and Edisto Island, SC

Macramé Murder by Mollie Cox Bryan
COMPLETED 07/18/2018
Set in Sea Glass Island off of South Carolina

🦅 4. Read a book by author born in the US or Canada.
Pink Slip Party by Cara Lockwood
COMPLETED 07/10/2018
Cara Lockwood was born in Mesquite, TX and now resides near Chicago, IL.


Official Language:
Canada - English, French
U.S. - English
🍁 5. Read a book where a character speaks French or English.
Dear Daughter by Elizabeth Little
COMPLETED 07/02/2018
Janie Jenkins grew up in Switzerland and speak both French and English.


Head of Government:
Canada - Queen of England and Prime Minister
U.S. - President
🦅 6. Read a book with a character that is a queen or a president. Does not have to be the head of state.
Buffalo West Wing by Julie Hyzy
COMPLETED 07/04/2018
US President Hyden in Ollie's boss.

As Canada is situated more north and closer to the Artic, its climate is colder. Winters can be harsh with snow covering the ground for almost six months a year. In some areas of the north snow can persist year-round. However, in some coastal areas and areas near its southern borders can have a temperate climate with a mild and rainy winter.
USA, on the other hand, has a varying climate, from cold in north, north-west and north-east, to even tropical and sub-tropical in south, south-east, south-west. A major part of mid-west USA is in fact a desert with corresponding climate.
🍁 7. Read a book with snow on the cover.
Starry Night by Debbie Macomber
COMPLETED 07/09/2018
Starry Night by Debbie Macomber


🦅 8. Read a book with a desert on the cover.

Canadians tend to prefer winter sports such as ice hockey, curling, skiing, etc., whereas, Americans’ preference varies from baseball to American football to even ice hockey in some regions.
🍁 9. Read a book where winter sports are featured.
Jackie's Girl: My Life with the Kennedy Family by Kathy McKeon
COMPLETED 07/13/2108
Kathy travels with the family to Aspen and has to get new warm clothes. She and Mugsy, the Secret Service agent, are on the slope with JFK Jr as he learns to ski.

🦅 10. Read a book where baseball, football or basketball is featured.

Dust Bowl Girls: The Inspiring Story of the Team That Barnstormed Its Way to Basketball Glory by Lydia Reeder
COMPLETED 07/26/2018
It is literally the inspiring story of a women's college basketball team that takes amateur athletics by storm.

Anthems:
Canada - "O Canada" or "God Save the Queen"
U.S. - "The Star-Spangled Banner"
🍁 11. Read a book with a word from one of the anthem titles in the book title. BUT you may not use THE. Ex: O Pioneers!: or Save Me.
The Stars Are Fire by Anita Shreve
COMPLETED 07/24/2018
Stars is plural, but I think that should be okay.

Symbols:
Canada - Maple Leaf, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the totem pole and Inuksuk
U.S. -Statue of Liberty, Uncle Sam, Stars and Strips
🦅 12. Read a book with an item listed above on the cover. Please post the cover.

National Animal
Canada - The beaver
U.S. - The bald eagle
🍁 13. Read a book where a beaver or a bald eagle are mentioned in the text. Give us the sentence and page/loc#.
The Shaman Sings by James D Ross
COMPLETED 07/21/2018
I thought with a Ute Reservation in southeastern Colorado, I would read of an eagle soaring. Instead, I got an eager beaver student. Still counts!!
Page 27 -- In fact, I've learned you're rather an eager beaver , not satisfied to put in only 8 or 10 hours a day.


Highest Point:
Canada - Mount Logan 5959 meters
U.S. - Mt. McKinley 6914 meters
🦅 14. Read a book with TWO of these numbers in the page count.

🚩 15. Read a book in which the first letter in each title word is in NORTH AMERICA (three word minimum).


message 8: by Grace (last edited Jul 17, 2018 11:50PM) (new)

Grace | 1269 comments July Monthly: Canada and the United States
Duration: July 1-July 31, 2018

Level:
Level 2: 7+ tasks

Tasks:

Canada and the United States are two of the largest countries in the world.
🍁 1. Read a book over 400 pages.
-Impulse by Ellen Hopkins 7/6
-Burned by Ellen Hopkins 7/9

The United States of America and Canada are two different countries located in North America.
🍁 3. Read a book set in the US or Canada
-Ms. Marvel, Vol. 8: Mecca by G. Willow Wilson 7/16

Official Language:
Canada - English, French
U.S. - English
🍁 5. Read a book where a character speaks French or English
-Wonder Woman: Warbringer by Leigh Bardugo 7/1
-Sleeping Giants by Sylvain Neuvel 7/2
-Waking Gods by Sylvain Neuvel 7/5
-Princess Leia by Mark Waid 7/7
-Grave Witch by Kalayna Price 7/14
-Never Never: Part Three by Colleen Hoover 7/16
-Alice's Adventures in Wonderland & Through the Looking-Glass by Lewis Carroll 7/16
-Maybe This Time by Chantal Fernando 7/11

Symbols:
Canada - Maple Leaf, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the totem pole and Inuksuk
U.S. -Statue of Liberty, Uncle Sam, Stars and Strips
🦅 12. Read a book with an item listed above on the cover. Please post the cover-
Everyone's a Aliebn When Ur a Aliebn Too by Jonny Sun by Jonny Sun 7/2- Stars

Highest Point:
Canada - Mount Logan 5959 meters
U.S. - Mt. McKinley 6914 meters
🦅 14. Read a book with TWO of these numbers in the page count
-The Princess Saves Herself in this One by Amanda Lovelace 7/11- pg. 156
-More Than Him by Jay McLean 7/13-pg. 264

🚩 15. Read a book in which the first letter in each title word is in NORTH AMERICA (three word minimum).
-More Than Her by Jay McLean 7/9
-The Edge of Always by J.A. Redmerski 7/15


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Joann | 1300 comments Canada and the United States are two of the largest countries in the world.
🍁 1. Read a book over 400 pages.
Lighthouse Bay - Kimberley Freeman - 7/2/18 - 416 pages
The Shadowy Horses - Susanna Kearsley - 7/12/18 - 407 pgs

The world's largest waterfall, Niagara Falls, is on the border between the countries.
🦅 2. Read a book with a waterfall on the cover. Please post the cover.

The United States of America and Canada are two different countries located in North America.
🍁 3. Read a book set in the US or Canada.
Jackaby - William Ritter - 7/9/18- New England
The Someday Jar- Alison Morgan - 6/15/18 - Arizona
🦅 4. Read a book by author born in the US or Canada.
Perfect Day Plan - Jost Sauer - 7/7/18

Official Language:
Canada - English, French
U.S. - English
🍁 5. Read a book where a character speaks French or English.
A Poisoned Season - Tasha Alexander - 7/3/18 - English and French
Murder in Mayfair - D.M Quincy - 7/6/18 - English
Murder in Bloomsbury- D.M Quincy - 7/9/18 - English
To Kingdom Come - Will Thomas - 6/16/18 - English

Head of Government:
Canada - Queen of England and Prime Minister
U.S. - President
🦅 6. Read a book with a character that is a queen or a president. Does not have to be the head of state.

As Canada is situated more north and closer to the Artic, its climate is colder. Winters can be harsh with snow covering the ground for almost six months a year. In some areas of the north snow can persist year-round. However, in some coastal areas and areas near its southern borders can have a temperate climate with a mild and rainy winter.
USA, on the other hand, has a varying climate, from cold in north, north-west and north-east, to even tropical and sub-tropical in south, south-east, south-west. A major part of mid-west USA is in fact a desert with corresponding climate.
🍁 7. Read a book with snow on the cover.
🦅 8. Read a book with a desert on the cover.

Canadians tend to prefer winter sports such as ice hockey, curling, skiing, etc., whereas, Americans’ preference varies from baseball to American football to even ice hockey in some regions.
🍁 9. Read a book where winter sports are featured.
🦅 10. Read a book where baseball, football or basketball is featured.

Anthems:
Canada - "O Canada" or "God Save the Queen"
U.S. - "The Star-Spangled Banner"
🍁 11. Read a book with a word from one of the anthem titles in the book title. BUT you may not use THE. Ex: O Pioneers!: or Save Me.

Symbols:
Canada - Maple Leaf, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the totem pole and Inuksuk
U.S. -Statue of Liberty, Uncle Sam, Stars and Strips
🦅 12. Read a book with an item listed above on the cover. Please post the cover.

National Animal
Canada - The beaver
U.S. - The bald eagle
🍁 13. Read a book where a beaver or a bald eagle are mentioned in the text. Give us the sentence and page/loc#.

Highest Point:
Canada - Mount Logan 5959 meters
U.S. - Mt. McKinley 6914 meters
🦅 14. Read a book with TWO of these numbers in the page count.
Ours': The Jersey Pals in the First World War - Ian Ronayne - 7/5/18 - 168pgs

🚩 15. Read a book in which the first letter in each title word is in NORTH AMERICA (three word minimum).


message 10: by Kat (last edited Aug 02, 2018 11:59AM) (new)

Kat July Monthly: Canada and the United States
Duration: July 1-July 31, 2018

Level 1: 1-6 tasks

4 completed

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

✔ 🍁 1. Read a book over 400 pages. The Shadow of the Wind Carlos Ruiz Zafón 7/2/18

🦅 2. Read a book with a waterfall on the cover. Please post the cover.

✔ 🍁 3. Read a book set in the US or Canada. The Door Into Summer by Robert A. Heinlein 7/14/18

✔ 🦅 4. Read a book by author born in the US or Canada. Since You've Been Gone by Morgan Matson 7/16/18

✔🍁 5. Read a book where a character speaks French or English. Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë 7/7/18

🦅 6. Read a book with a character that is a queen or a president. Does not have to be the head of state.

🍁 7. Read a book with snow on the cover.

🦅 8. Read a book with a desert on the cover.

🍁 9. Read a book where winter sports are featured.

🦅 10. Read a book where baseball, football or basketball is featured.

Canada - "O Canada" or "God Save the Queen"
U.S. - "The Star-Spangled Banner"
🍁 11. Read a book with a word from one of the anthem titles in the book title. BUT you may not use THE. Ex: O Pioneers!: or Save Me.

Symbols:
Canada - Maple Leaf, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the totem pole and Inuksuk
U.S. -Statue of Liberty, Uncle Sam, Stars and Stripes
🦅 12. Read a book with an item listed above on the cover. Please post the cover.

National Animal
Canada - The beaver U.S. - The bald eagle
🍁 13. Read a book where a beaver or a bald eagle are mentioned in the text. Give us the sentence and page/loc#.

Highest Point:
Canada - Mount Logan 5959 meters
U.S. - Mt. McKinley 6914 meters
🦅 14. Read a book with TWO of these numbers in the page count.

🚩 15. Read a book in which the first letter in each title word is in NORTH AMERICA (three word minimum).

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Ferenc (aeneth) | 1826 comments July Monthly: Canada and the United States
Duration: July 1-July 31, 2018


Goal: 11/7+
Current level: Level 2: 7+ tasks

🍁 1. Read a book over 400 pages.
Jane, Unlimited by Kristin Cashore - 7/13/2018

🦅 2. Read a book with a waterfall on the cover. Please post the cover.

🍁 3. Read a book set in the US or Canada.
The Summer Children by Dot Hutchison - 7/2/2018.
Manassas, Virginia and Quantico, Virginia

🦅 4. Read a book by author born in the US or Canada.
A Dog's Purpose by W. Bruce Cameron - 7/18/2018.
William Bruce Cameron (born 1960 in Petoskey, Michigan) (according to Wikipedia)

🍁 5. Read a book where a character speaks French or English.
The Monarch of the Glen by Neil Gaiman - 7/18/2018
MC Shadow is an American visiting Scottland. He speaks English.

🦅 6. Read a book with a character that is a queen or a president. Does not have to be the head of state.
Fire by Kristin Cashore - 7/6/2018
Queen Roen
The Sleeper and the Spindle by Neil Gaiman - 7/13/2018
The Queen (Snow White)
Marvel 1602 by Neil Gaiman - 7/23/2018
Queen Elizabeth of England

🍁 7. Read a book with snow on the cover.
🦅 8. Read a book with a desert on the cover.
🍁 9. Read a book where winter sports are featured.

🦅 10. Read a book where baseball, football or basketball is featured.
Beautiful Demons by Sarra Cannon - 7/3/2018
The Demons football team went for the two-point...

🍁 11. Read a book with a word from one of the anthem titles in the book title.

🦅 12. Read a book with an item listed above on the cover (Maple Leaf, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the totem pole and Inuksuk, Statue of Liberty, Uncle Sam, Stars and Strips). Please post the cover.
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone by J.K. Rowling - 7/24/2018
Stars

🍁 13. Read a book where a beaver or a bald eagle are mentioned in the text. Give us the sentence and page/loc#.
The Selfish Gene by Richard Dawkins - 7/8/2018
Beavers use flotation for the same reason as...(Location 4413)

🦅 14. Read a book with TWO of these numbers (5959, 6914) in the page count.
The Diving Pool: Three Novellas by Yōko Ogawa - 7/22/2018
164 pages

🚩 15. Read a book in which the first letter in each title word is in NORTH AMERICA (three word minimum).

Jane, Unlimited by Kristin Cashore The Summer Children (The Collector, #3) by Dot Hutchison Beautiful Demons (The Shadow Demons Saga #1) by Sarra Cannon Fire (Graceling Realm, #2) by Kristin Cashore The Sleeper and the Spindle by Neil Gaiman The Selfish Gene by Richard Dawkins The Monarch of the Glen by Neil Gaiman A Dog's Purpose (A Dog's Purpose, #1) by W. Bruce Cameron Marvel 1602 by Neil Gaiman Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (Harry Potter, #1) by J.K. Rowling The Diving Pool Three Novellas by Yōko Ogawa


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July Monthly: Canada and the United States
Level 2: 7+ tasks
15/7+

Tasks:
🍁 1. Read a book over 400 pages.

Where Lightning Strikes A.L. Jackson 7/18/18
Origin Dan Brown 7/20/18
The Black Echo Michael Connelly 7/26/18

🦅 2. Read a book with a waterfall on the cover. Please post the cover.

🍁 3. Read a book set in the US or Canada.
US Lost and Found Sisters Jill Shalvis 7/3/18

🦅 4. Read a book by author born in the US or Canada.
US Rainy Day Friends Jill Shalvis 7/4/18
Canada The Husband Hunt Lynsay Sands 7/6/18

🍁 5. Read a book where a character speaks French or English.
English JAMISON Olivia Chase 7/6/18
Both Fielder's Choice Pamela Aares 7/13/18
Both and Swedish too. Swedish for Beginners Susanne O'Leary 7/29/18

🦅 6. Read a book with a character that is a queen or a president. Does not have to be the head of state.

🍁 7. Read a book with snow on the cover.
🦅 8. Read a book with a desert on the cover.

🍁 9. Read a book where winter sports are featured.
Breakout Stephanie Kay 7/9/18

🦅 10. Read a book where baseball, football or basketball is featured.
Thrown By Love Pamela Aares 7/3/18

Anthems:
Canada - "O Canada" or "God Save the Queen"
U.S. - "The Star-Spangled Banner"
🍁 11. Read a book with a word from one of the anthem titles in the book title. BUT you may not use THE.

Symbols:
Canada - Maple Leaf, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the totem pole and Inuksuk
U.S. -Statue of Liberty, Uncle Sam, Stars and Strips
🦅 12. Read a book with an item listed above on the cover. Please post the cover.
Issued to the Bride One Airman (Brides of Chance Creek Book 2) by Cora Seton Cora Seton 7/9/18
Issued to the Bride One Sniper (Brides of Chance Creek Book 3) by Cora Seton Cora Seton 7/10/18
Issued to the Bride One Marine (Brides of Chance Creek Book 4) by Cora Seton Cora Seton 7/10/18

🍁 13. Read a book where a beaver or a bald eagle are mentioned in the text. Give us the sentence and page/loc#.

Highest Point:
Canada - Mount Logan 5959 meters
U.S. - Mt. McKinley 6914 meters
🦅 14. Read a book with TWO of these numbers in the page count.
351 pages Red Lily Nora Roberts 7/2/18

🚩 15. Read a book in which the first letter in each title word is in NORTH AMERICA (three word minimum).


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Welcome Debbie, Hannah, Sandra, Claire, Anne, Grace, Joann, Kat and Ferenc!


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JoAnne (joannemwct) | 1179 comments Perfect timing since we plan to vacation in Montreal and Quebec City this summer! We had a great time! Definitely want to go back.

July Monthly: Canada and the United States
Duration: July 1-July 31, 2018
Read 8/15 no page minimum DONE

This month both Canada and the United States celebrate national holidays. These countries have similarities and differences. I have lived in both and I thought we should have a challenge to honor these countries!

Level 2: 7+ tasks

Tasks:

Canada and the United States are two of the largest countries in the world.
🍁 1. Read a book over 400 pages.
When We Found Home by Susan Mallery When We Found Home by Susan Mallery 7/4/18 5stars (432 pages)

The world's largest waterfall, Niagara Falls, is on the border between the countries.
🦅 2. Read a book with a waterfall on the cover. Please post the cover.

The United States of America and Canada are two different countries located in North America.
🍁 3. Read a book set in the US.
Cowboy SEAL Redemption (Navy SEAL Cowboys, #2) by Nicole Helm Cowboy SEAL Redemption (Navy SEAL Cowboys #2) by Nicole Helm 7/3/18 4stars (Montana)
🦅 4. Read a book by author born in the US or Canada.
Lost and Found Sisters (Wildstone, #1) by Jill Shalvis Lost and Found Sisters (Wildstone #1) by Jill Shalvis 7/6/18 4stars (USA)

Official Language:
Canada - English, French
U.S. - English
🍁 5. Read a book where a character speaks French or English.
The Summer Wives by Beatriz Williams The Summer Wives by Beatriz Williams 7/8/18 4stars (everyone speaks English, Abigail - Isabella's estranged mom also speaks French)

Head of Government:
Canada - Queen of England and Prime Minister
U.S. - President
🦅 6. Read a book with a character that is a queen or a president. Does not have to be the head of state.
Crowning Design by Leila Meacham Crowning Design by Leila Meacham 7/14/18 3stars (Randall - president of his architectural firm)

As Canada is situated more north and closer to the Artic, its climate is colder. Winters can be harsh with snow covering the ground for almost six months a year. In some areas of the north snow can persist year-round. However, in some coastal areas and areas near its southern borders can have a temperate climate with a mild and rainy winter.
USA, on the other hand, has a varying climate, from cold in north, north-west and north-east, to even tropical and sub-tropical in south, south-east, south-west. A major part of mid-west USA is in fact a desert with corresponding climate.
🍁 7. Read a book with snow on the cover.
🦅 8. Read a book with a desert on the cover.

Canadians tend to prefer winter sports such as ice hockey, curling, skiing, etc., whereas, Americans’ preference varies from baseball to American football to even ice hockey in some regions.
🍁 9. Read a book where winter sports are featured.
🦅 10. Read a book where baseball, football or basketball is featured.
Do You Take This Cowboy? by Stephanie Berget Do You Take This Cowboy? by Stephanie Berget, Melissa Keir, Lyssa Layne, Robin Deeter, Ann Anders, Paty Jager, D'Ann Lindun 7/27/18 4.5stars (baseball in the story Roses with Thorns by Lyssa Layne)

Anthems:
Canada - "O Canada" or "God Save the Queen"
U.S. - "The Star-Spangled Banner"
🍁 11. Read a book with a word from one of the anthem titles in the book title. BUT you may not use THE. Ex: O Pioneers!: or Save Me.

Symbols:
Canada - Maple Leaf, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the totem pole and Inuksuk
U.S. -Statue of Liberty, Uncle Sam, Stars and Stripes
🦅 12. Read a book with an item listed above on the cover. Please post the cover.
Wild Deadwood Tales by E.E. Burke Wild Deadwood Tales by E.E. Burke, Zoe Blake, Paty Jager, Teresa Keefer, Megan Kelly, Sylvia McDaniel, Amanda McIntyre, Peggy McKenzie, Angi Morgan, Nancy Naigle, Jacqui Nelson, Terri Osburn, Ginger Ring, Maggie Ryan, Lizbeth Selvig, Tina Susedik, A.C. Wilson 7/13/18 4.5stars (star in upper left)

National Animal
Canada - The beaver
U.S. - The bald eagle
🍁 13. Read a book where a beaver or a bald eagle are mentioned in the text. Give us the sentence and page/loc#.

Highest Point:
U.S. - Mt. McKinley 6914 meters
🦅 14. Read a book with TWO of these numbers in the page count.
Fight for You by Nina Crespo Fight for You (The Kingman Brothers #2) by Nina Crespo 7/7/18 4stars (193 pages - 1 and 9 in US, Mt. McKinley)

🚩 15. Read a book in which the first letter in each title word is in NORTH AMERICA (three word minimum).


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Welcome JoAnne!!

Pastries!! Fresh Croissants!


.•*¨`*•✿ ✿•*¨`*•. Christine .•*¨`*•✿ ✿•*¨`*• | 568 comments July Monthly: Canada and the United States
Duration: July 1-July 31, 2018


This month both Canada and the United States celebrate national holidays. These countries have similarities and differences. I have lived in both and I thought we should have a challenge to honor these countries!

Levels:
Level 1: 1-6 tasks
Level 2: 7+ tasks

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

Tasks Completed: 24

Canada and the United States are two of the largest countries in the world.
🍁 1. Read a book over 400 pages.

✔️414 pages Dime Store Magic (Women of the Otherworld, #3) by Kelley Armstrong Dime Store Magic by Kelley Armstrong - 07/07/2018

✔️444 pages Broken (Women of the Otherworld, #6) by Kelley Armstrong Broken by Kelley Armstrong - 13/07/2018

The world's largest waterfall, Niagara Falls, is on the border between the countries.
🦅 2. Read a book with a waterfall on the cover. Please post the cover.

The United States of America and Canada are two different countries located in North America.
🍁 3. Read a book set in the US or Canada.

✔️Set in US - X-Ops Exposed by Paige Tyler X-Ops Exposed by Paige Tyler - 01/07/2018

✔️Set in Canada & US - Bitten (Women of the Otherworld, #1) by Kelley Armstrong Bitten by Kelley Armstrong - 02/07/2018

✔️Set in US - Undercover Princess (Royally Wed, #2) by Suzanne Brockmann Undercover Princess by Suzanne Brockmann - 03/07/2018

🦅 4. Read a book by author born in the US or Canada.

✔️Born in US - Killing Moon (Moon #1) by Rebecca York Killing Moon by Rebecca York - 01/07/2018

✔️Born in Canada - Stolen (Women of the Otherworld, #2) by Kelley Armstrong Stolen by Kelley Armstrong - 04/07/2018

✔️Born in US - Lady Isabella's Scandalous Marriage (MacKenzies & McBrides, #2) by Jennifer Ashley Lady Isabella's Scandalous Marriage by Jennifer Ashley - 05/07/2018

✔️Born in US - Rules for a Proper Governess (MacKenzies & McBrides, #7) by Jennifer Ashley Rules for a Proper Governess by Jennifer Ashley - 07/07/2018

✔️Born in Canada - No Humans Involved (Women of the Otherworld, #7) by Kelley Armstrong No Humans Involved by Kelley Armstrong - 15/07/2018

✔️Born in Canada - Personal Demon (Women of the Otherworld, #8) by Kelley Armstrong Personal Demon by Kelley Armstrong - 17/07/2018

✔️Born in Canada - Living with the Dead (Women of the Otherworld, #9) by Kelley Armstrong Living with the Dead by Kelley Armstrong - 19/07/2018

✔️Born in Canada - Waking the Witch (Women of the Otherworld, #11) by Kelley Armstrong Waking the Witch by Kelley Armstrong - 22/07/2018

✔️Born in Canada - Spell Bound (Women of the Otherworld, #12) by Kelley Armstrong Spell Bound by Kelley Armstrong - 22/07/2018

✔️Born in Canada - Thirteen (Women of the Otherworld, #13) by Kelley Armstrong Thirteen by Kelley Armstrong - 24/07/2018

Official Language:
Canada - English, French
U.S. - English
🍁 5. Read a book where a character speaks French or English.

✔️ Rock Addiction (Rock Kiss, #1) by Nalini Singh Rock Addiction by Nalini Singh - 09/07/2018

✔️ Rock Courtship (Rock Kiss, #1.5) by Nalini Singh Rock Courtship by Nalini Singh - 10/07/2018

✔️ Rock Hard (Rock Kiss, #2) by Nalini Singh Rock Hard by Nalini Singh - 13/07/2018

✔️ Rock Redemption (Rock Kiss, #3) by Nalini Singh Rock Redemption by Nalini Singh - 15/07/2018

✔️ Rock Wedding (Rock Kiss, #4) by Nalini Singh Rock Wedding by Nalini Singh - 19/07/2018

Head of Government:
Canada - Queen of England and Prime Minister
U.S. - President
🦅 6. Read a book with a character that is a queen or a president. Does not have to be the head of state.

✔️ Mr. President (White House, #1) by Katy Evans Mr. President by Katy Evans - 20/07/2018

✔️ Commander in Chief (White House, #2) by Katy Evans Commander in Chief by Katy Evans - 23/07/2018

As Canada is situated more north and closer to the Artic, its climate is colder. Winters can be harsh with snow covering the ground for almost six months a year. In some areas of the north snow can persist year-round. However, in some coastal areas and areas near its southern borders can have a temperate climate with a mild and rainy winter.
USA, on the other hand, has a varying climate, from cold in north, north-west and north-east, to even tropical and sub-tropical in south, south-east, south-west. A major part of mid-west USA is in fact a desert with corresponding climate.
🍁 7. Read a book with snow on the cover.

✔️ Frostbitten (Women of the Otherworld, #10) by Kelley Armstrong Frostbitten by Kelley Armstrong - 21/07/2018

🦅 8. Read a book with a desert on the cover.

Canadians tend to prefer winter sports such as ice hockey, curling, skiing, etc., whereas, Americans’ preference varies from baseball to American football to even ice hockey in some regions.
🍁 9. Read a book where winter sports are featured.
🦅 10. Read a book where baseball, football or basketball is featured.

Anthems:
Canada - "O Canada" or "God Save the Queen"
U.S. - "The Star-Spangled Banner"
🍁 11. Read a book with a word from one of the anthem titles in the book title. BUT you may not use THE. Ex: O Pioneers!: or Save Me.

Symbols:
Canada - Maple Leaf, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the totem pole and Inuksuk
U.S. -Statue of Liberty, Uncle Sam, Stars and Strips
🦅 12. Read a book with an item listed above on the cover. Please post the cover.

National Animal
Canada - The beaver
U.S. - The bald eagle
🍁 13. Read a book where a beaver or a bald eagle are mentioned in the text. Give us the sentence and page/loc#.

Highest Point:
Canada - Mount Logan 5959 meters
U.S. - Mt. McKinley 6914 meters
🦅 14. Read a book with TWO of these numbers in the page count.

✔️560 pages Industrial Magic (Women of the Otherworld, #4) by Kelley Armstrong Industrial Magic by Kelley Armstrong - 09/07/2018

✔️495 pages Haunted (Women of the Otherworld, #5) by Kelley Armstrong Haunted by Kelley Armstrong - 12/07/2018

🚩 15. Read a book in which the first letter in each title word is in NORTH AMERICA (three word minimum).

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message 17: by Erin (last edited Jul 28, 2018 08:30PM) (new)

Erin | 467 comments Completed 7/28/18

July Monthly: Canada and the United States
Duration: July 1-July 31, 2018

9/9 read

Level 2: 7+ tasks

Tasks:

🍁 1. Read a book over 400 pages.
Deadly Sting by Jennifer Estep, 404 pages, read 7/13/18
The Pie Book: Over 400 Classic Recipes by Louis P. De Gouy, 432 pages, read 7/4/18
🍁 3. Read a book set in the US or Canada. Old Loyalty, New Love by Mary Calmes, set in Maine and Arizona, read 7/2/18
🦅 4. Read a book by author born in the US or Canada. Dragon Hearts by Cree Storm, from New Mexico, read 7/17/18
🦅 6. Read a book with a character that is a queen or a president. Franklin D. Roosevelt: A Political Life by Robert Dallek, read 7/15/18
🍁 7. Read a book with snow on the cover. A Court of Frost and Starlight by Sarah J. Maas, read 7/28/18
A Court of Frost and Starlight (A Court of Thorns and Roses, #3.1) by Sarah J. Maas
Highest Point:
Canada - Mount Logan 5959 meters
U.S. - Mt. McKinley 6914 meters
🦅 14. Read a book with TWO of these numbers in the page count. No Ordinary Time: Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt: The Home Front in World War II by Doris Kearns Goodwin, 759 pages, read 7/20/18
🚩 15. Read a book in which the first letter in each title word is in NORTH AMERICA (three word minimum).
Carrying the Alpha's Heir by Marcy Jacks, read 7/8/18
Chained at the Hip by Marcy Jacks, read 7/8/18


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Welcome Christine, Banshee, Gabi, and Erin!


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Karen ♐ (kmk1214) | 957 comments July Monthly: Canada and the United States
Level 1: 1-6 tasks
6/6


Tasks:
🍁 1. Read a book over 400 pages. - 480 pgs - The Switch Sandra Brown - 7/3
The Switch by Sandra Brown

🍁 3. Read a book set in the US or Canada. - US - Delirious M.S. Force - 7/2
Delirious (Quantum, #6) by M.S. Force

🦅 4. Read a book by author born in the US or Canada. - A Rancher's Song Vivian Arend - 7/6
A Rancher's Song (Heart Falls, #2) by Vivian Arend

🍁 5. Read a book where a character speaks French or English. - English - Sergei, Volume 2 Roxie Rivera - 7/12
Sergei, Volume 2 (Her Russian Protector, #5.5) by Roxie Rivera

🍁 7. Read a book with snow on the cover. - A Gansett Island Christmas Marie Force - 7/2
A Gansett Island Christmas (Gansett Island Series, #15.75) by Marie Force

Highest Point:
Canada - Mount Logan 5959 meters
U.S. - Mt. McKinley 6914 meters
🦅 14. Read a book with TWO of these numbers in the page count. - 104 pgs - Three Years Lili St. Germain - 7/3
Three Years (Gypsy Brothers, #5) by Lili St. Germain


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Tammy (tammy17) completed 5/15

tasks:

Canada and the United States are two of the largest countries in the world.
🍁 1. Read a book over 400 pages.

The world's largest waterfall, Niagara Falls, is on the border between the countries.
🦅 2. Read a book with a waterfall on the cover. Please post the cover.

The United States of America and Canada are two different countries located in North America.
🍁 3. Read a book set in the US or Canada.
Fight Game (Fight Game, #1) by Kate Wild Fight Game Kate Wild 7-16-18
🦅 4. Read a book by author born in the US or Canada.

Official Language:
Canada - English, French
U.S. - English
🍁 5. Read a book where a character speaks French or English.
The Brutal Telling (Chief Inspector Armand Gamache, #5) by Louise Penny The Brutal Telling Louise Penny 7-28-18

Head of Government:
Canada - Queen of England and Prime Minister
U.S. - President
🦅 6. Read a book with a character that is a queen or a president. Does not have to be the head of state.

As Canada is situated more north and closer to the Artic, its climate is colder. Winters can be harsh with snow covering the ground for almost six months a year. In some areas of the north snow can persist year-round. However, in some coastal areas and areas near its southern borders can have a temperate climate with a mild and rainy winter.
USA, on the other hand, has a varying climate, from cold in north, north-west and north-east, to even tropical and sub-tropical in south, south-east, south-west. A major part of mid-west USA is in fact a desert with corresponding climate.
🍁 7. Read a book with snow on the cover.
Little Red (Everland Ever After, #1) by Caroline Lee Little Red Caroline Lee 7-9-18
🦅 8. Read a book with a desert on the cover.

Canadians tend to prefer winter sports such as ice hockey, curling, skiing, etc., whereas, Americans’ preference varies from baseball to American football to even ice hockey in some regions.
🍁 9. Read a book where winter sports are featured.
🦅 10. Read a book where baseball, football or basketball is featured.

Anthems:
Canada - "O Canada" or "God Save the Queen"
U.S. - "The Star-Spangled Banner"
🍁 11. Read a book with a word from one of the anthem titles in the book title. BUT you may not use THE. Ex: O Pioneers!: or Save Me.

Symbols:
Canada - Maple Leaf, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the totem pole and Inuksuk
U.S. -Statue of Liberty, Uncle Sam, Stars and Strips
🦅 12. Read a book with an item listed above on the cover. Please post the cover.
The Winds of Change (Richard Jury, #19) by Martha Grimes The Winds of Change Martha Grimes 7-6-18 Maple leaves on cover
National Animal
Canada - The beaver
U.S. - The bald eagle
🍁 13. Read a book where a beaver or a bald eagle are mentioned in the text. Give us the sentence and page/loc#.

Highest Point:
Canada - Mount Logan 5959 meters
U.S. - Mt. McKinley 6914 meters
🦅 14. Read a book with TWO of these numbers in the page count.
Trollhunters Tales of Arcadia the Secret History of Trollkind by Richard Ashley Hamilton Trollhunters: Tales of Arcadia the Secret History of Trollkind Richard Ashley Hamilton 7-12-18 Pages... 154

🚩 15. Read a book in which the first letter in each title word is in NORTH AMERICA (three word minimum).


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Welcome Karen and Tammy!


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Suzanne (esmerelda1) | 2028 comments The Lost Challenges
July Monthly: Canada and the United States
Duration:
July 1-July 31, 2018

Progress: 0 out of 7+
Levels:
Level 1: 1-6 tasks
Level 2: 7+ tasks

This month both Canada and the United States celebrate national holidays. These countries have similarities and differences. I have lived in both and I thought we should have a challenge to honor these countries!

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

Tasks:

Canada and the United States are two of the largest countries in the world.
🍁 1. Read a book over 400 pages.

The world's largest waterfall, Niagara Falls, is on the border between the countries.
🦅 2. Read a book with a waterfall on the cover. Please post the cover.

The United States of America and Canada are two different countries located in North America.
🍁 3. Read a book set in the US or Canada.
🦅 4. Read a book by author born in the US or Canada.

Official Language:
Canada - English, French
U.S. - English
🍁 5. Read a book where a character speaks French or English.

Head of Government:
Canada - Queen of England and Prime Minister
U.S. - President
🦅 6. Read a book with a character that is a queen or a president. Does not have to be the head of state.

As Canada is situated more north and closer to the Artic, its climate is colder. Winters can be harsh with snow covering the ground for almost six months a year. In some areas of the north snow can persist year-round. However, in some coastal areas and areas near its southern borders can have a temperate climate with a mild and rainy winter.
USA, on the other hand, has a varying climate, from cold in north, north-west and north-east, to even tropical and sub-tropical in south, south-east, south-west. A major part of mid-west USA is in fact a desert with corresponding climate.
🍁 7. Read a book with snow on the cover.
🦅 8. Read a book with a desert on the cover.

Canadians tend to prefer winter sports such as ice hockey, curling, skiing, etc., whereas, Americans’ preference varies from baseball to American football to even ice hockey in some regions.
🍁 9. Read a book where winter sports are featured.
🦅 10. Read a book where baseball, football or basketball is featured.

Anthems:
Canada - "O Canada" or "God Save the Queen"
U.S. - "The Star-Spangled Banner"
🍁 11. Read a book with a word from one of the anthem titles in the book title. BUT you may not use THE. Ex: O Pioneers!: or Save Me.

Symbols:
Canada - Maple Leaf, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the totem pole and Inuksuk
U.S. -Statue of Liberty, Uncle Sam, Stars and Strips
🦅 12. Read a book with an item listed above on the cover. Please post the cover.

National Animal
Canada - The beaver
U.S. - The bald eagle
🍁 13. Read a book where a beaver or a bald eagle are mentioned in the text. Give us the sentence and page/loc#.

Highest Point:
Canada - Mount Logan 5959 meters
U.S. - Mt. McKinley 6914 meters
🦅 14. Read a book with TWO of these numbers in the page count.

🚩 15. Read a book in which the first letter in each title word is in NORTH AMERICA (three word minimum).

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message 24: by Melanie (last edited Jul 29, 2018 11:57PM) (new)

Melanie July Monthly: Canada and the United States
Challenge duration:
July 1-July 31, 2018

Levels:
Level 1: 1-6 tasks
Level 2: 7+ tasks

Tasks:
🍁 1. Read a book over 400 pages.
The Good Daughter A Gripping, Suspenseful, Page-Turning Thriller by Alexandra Burt The Good Daughter - Alexandra Burt - 7/10/2018
How it fits: Page count 528
White Highlands by John McGhie White Highlands - John McGhie - 7/24/2018
How it fits: Page count 432
The Great Zoo of China by Matthew Reilly The Great Zoo of China - Matthew Reilly - 7/29/2018
How it fits: Page count 529

🦅 2. Read a book with a waterfall on the cover. Please post the cover.

🍁 3. Read a book set in the US or Canada.
Lean Mean Thirteen (Stephanie Plum, #13) by Janet Evanovich Lean Mean Thirteen - Janet Evanovich - 7/19/2018
How it fits: Set in Trenton, New Jersey.

🦅 4. Read a book by author born in the US or Canada.

🍁 5. Read a book where a character speaks French or English.
Blood Red, Snow White by Marcus Sedgwick Blood Red, Snow White - Marcus Sedgwick - 7/14/2018
How it fits: MC Arthur Ransome is an Englishmen in Russia so can speak English.
Yesterday's Sun by Amanda Brooke Yesterday's Sun - Amanda Brooke - 7/17/2018
How it fits: MC speaks English.

🦅 6. Read a book with a character that is a queen or a president. Does not have to be the head of state.
In the Age of Love and Chocolate (Birthright, #3) by Gabrielle Zevin In the Age of Love and Chocolate - Gabrielle Zevin - 7/8/2018
How it fits: Anya is the President of The Dark Room nightclub chain.

🍁 7. Read a book with snow on the cover.

🦅 8. Read a book with a desert on the cover.

🍁 9. Read a book where winter sports are featured.

🦅 10. Read a book where baseball, football or basketball is featured.

🍁 11. Read a book with a word from one of the anthem titles in the book title. BUT you may not use THE. Ex: O Pioneers!: or Save Me.

🦅 12. Read a book with an item listed above on the cover. Please post the cover.

🍁 13. Read a book where a beaver or a bald eagle are mentioned in the text. Give us the sentence and page/loc#.

🦅 14. Read a book with TWO of these numbers in the page count. (Mount Logan 5959 meters or Mt. McKinley 6914 meters)
Iron Cradles - Carol Mara - 7/3/2018
How it fits: Page count 294 (Mt McKinley 6914)

🚩 15. Read a book in which the first letter in each title word is in NORTH AMERICA (three word minimum).


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message 26: by Rina (last edited Jul 26, 2018 04:23AM) (new)

Rina | 1084 comments July Monthly: Canada and the United States
Duration: July 1-July 31, 2018

Level 2: 7+ tasks

Progress: 10

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

Tasks:

Canada and the United States are two of the largest countries in the world.
🍁 1. Read a book over 400 pages.
- Bitterblue, Kristin Cashore, 25.07.2018 - 539 pages

The world's largest waterfall, Niagara Falls, is on the border between the countries.
🦅 2. Read a book with a waterfall on the cover. Please post the cover.

The United States of America and Canada are two different countries located in North America.

🍁 3. Read a book set in the US or Canada.
- The Dead Girls' Dance, Rachel Caine, 01.07.2018
- Truth or Beard, Penny Reid, 02.07.2018
- Anne of Green Gables, L.M. Montgomery, 04.07.2018
- Fourth Grave Beneath My Feet, Darynda Jones, 07.07.2018
- The Neon Lawyer, Victor Methos, 10.07.2018
- Magic Binds, Ilona Andrews, 14.07.2018

🦅 4. Read a book by author born in the US or Canada.

Official Language:
Canada - English, French
U.S. - English
🍁 5. Read a book where a character speaks French or English.
- The Phantom of the Opera, Gaston Leroux, 03.07.2018 - set in France, so all characters speak French
- The Duchess Deal, Tessa Dare, 05.07.2018 - all characters speak English
- Murder on the Orient Express, Agatha Christie, 13.07.2018 - Poirot speaks both French and English

Head of Government:
Canada - Queen of England and Prime Minister
U.S. - President
🦅 6. Read a book with a character that is a queen or a president. Does not have to be the head of state.

As Canada is situated more north and closer to the Artic, its climate is colder. Winters can be harsh with snow covering the ground for almost six months a year. In some areas of the north snow can persist year-round. However, in some coastal areas and areas near its southern borders can have a temperate climate with a mild and rainy winter.
USA, on the other hand, has a varying climate, from cold in north, north-west and north-east, to even tropical and sub-tropical in south, south-east, south-west. A major part of mid-west USA is in fact a desert with corresponding climate.
🍁 7. Read a book with snow on the cover.
🦅 8. Read a book with a desert on the cover.

Canadians tend to prefer winter sports such as ice hockey, curling, skiing, etc., whereas, Americans’ preference varies from baseball to American football to even ice hockey in some regions.
🍁 9. Read a book where winter sports are featured.
🦅 10. Read a book where baseball, football or basketball is featured.

Anthems:
Canada - "O Canada" or "God Save the Queen"
U.S. - "The Star-Spangled Banner"
🍁 11. Read a book with a word from one of the anthem titles in the book title. BUT you may not use THE. Ex: O Pioneers!: or Save Me.

Symbols:
Canada - Maple Leaf, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the totem pole and Inuksuk
U.S. -Statue of Liberty, Uncle Sam, Stars and Strips
🦅 12. Read a book with an item listed above on the cover. Please post the cover.

National Animal
Canada - The beaver
U.S. - The bald eagle
🍁 13. Read a book where a beaver or a bald eagle are mentioned in the text. Give us the sentence and page/loc#.

Highest Point:
Canada - Mount Logan 5959 meters
U.S. - Mt. McKinley 6914 meters
🦅 14. Read a book with TWO of these numbers in the page count.

🚩 15. Read a book in which the first letter in each title word is in NORTH AMERICA (three word minimum).


message 27: by Barbara ★ (last edited Jul 31, 2018 09:40PM) (new)

Barbara ★ | 2793 comments July Monthly: Canada and the United States
Level 2: 7+ tasks

READ: 12/7

Canada and the United States are two of the largest countries in the world.
✔️🍁 1. Read a book over 400 pages.
Blade of Darkness - Dianne Duvall (541 pages) 7/14

The United States of America and Canada are two different countries located in North America.
✔️🍁 3. Read a book set in the US or Canada.
Unlucky - Jana DeLeon (Louisiana) 7/12
Crouching Buzzard, Leaping Loon - Donna Andrews (Virginia) 7/13
Shady Cross - James Hankins (Indiana) 7/16
The Real Deal - Lucy Monroe (Washington) 7/20
🦅 4. Read a book by author born in the US or Canada.

Official Language:
Canada - English, French
U.S. - English
✔️🍁 5. Read a book where a character speaks French or English.
Last Gasp - Karen Chester (Australian English) 7/15

Head of Government:
Canada - Queen of England and Prime Minister
U.S. - President
✔️🦅 6. Read a book with a character that is a queen or a president. Does not have to be the head of state.
Courting Darkness - Yasmine Galenorn (Queen of the Fae) 7/27

As Canada is situated more north and closer to the Artic, its climate is colder. Winters can be harsh with snow covering the ground for almost six months a year. In some areas of the north snow can persist year-round. However, in some coastal areas and areas near its southern borders can have a temperate climate with a mild and rainy winter.
USA, on the other hand, has a varying climate, from cold in north, north-west and north-east, to even tropical and sub-tropical in south, south-east, south-west. A major part of mid-west USA is in fact a desert with corresponding climate.
✔️🍁 7. Read a book with snow on the cover.
Sister - Rosamund Lupton 7/2

Anthems:
Canada - "O Canada" or "God Save the Queen"
U.S. - "The Star-Spangled Banner"
✔️🍁 11. Read a book with a word from one of the anthem titles in the book title. BUT you may not use THE. Ex: O Pioneers!: or Save Me.
Queen of Shadows - Dianne Sylvan 7/24

Highest Point:
Canada - Mount Logan 5959 meters
U.S. - Mt. McKinley 6914 meters
✔️🦅 14. Read a book with TWO of these numbers in the page count.
Lady Isabella's Scandalous Marriage - Jennifer Ashley (316 pages) 7/1
Every Heart a Doorway - Seanan McGuire (169 pages) 7/18

✔️🚩 15. Read a book in which the first letter in each title word is in NORTH AMERICA (three word minimum).
Catering to Nobody - Diane Mott Davidson 7/4

Blade of Darkness (Immortal Guardians, #7) by Dianne Duvall Unlucky by Jana Deleon Crouching Buzzard, Leaping Loon (Meg Langslow, #4) by Donna Andrews Shady Cross by James Hankins The Real Deal by Lucy Monroe Last Gasp (a Pelican Bay Mystery Book 1) by Karen Chester Courting Darkness (Otherworld/Sisters of the Moon #10) by Yasmine Galenorn Sister by Rosamund Lupton Queen of Shadows (Shadow World, #1) by Dianne Sylvan Lady Isabella's Scandalous Marriage (MacKenzies & McBrides, #2) by Jennifer Ashley Every Heart a Doorway (Wayward Children, #1) by Seanan McGuire Catering to Nobody (A Goldy Bear Culinary Mystery, #1) by Diane Mott Davidson

CHALLENGE COMPLETE


message 28: by ElleEm (last edited Jul 26, 2018 09:21AM) (new)

ElleEm Count me in!

July Monthly: Canada and the United States
Level 2: 7+ tasks
7/7 books

Tasks:
🍁 1. Read a book over 400 pages.-Beyond Reach by Karin Slaughter (594 pages) Finished 7/6/18****

🦅 2. Read a book with a waterfall on the cover. Please post the cover.

🍁 3. Read a book set in the US or Canada.-Undone by Karin Slaughter Finished 7/13/18***
🦅 4. Read a book by author born in the US or Canada.-A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith Finished 7/7/18*****

🍁 5. Read a book where a character speaks French or English.-Redemption Road by John Hart Finished 7/10/18****

🦅 6. Read a book with a character that is a queen or a president. Does not have to be the head of state.

🍁 7. Read a book with snow on the cover.
🦅 8. Read a book with a desert on the cover.- The Quick and the Dead by Louis L'Amour by Louis L'Amour Finished 7/8/18***

🍁 9. Read a book where winter sports are featured.
🦅 10. Read a book where baseball, football or basketball is featured.

Anthems:
Canada - "O Canada" or "God Save the Queen"
U.S. - "The Star-Spangled Banner"
🍁 11. Read a book with a word from one of the anthem titles in the book title. BUT you may not use THE.

Symbols:
Canada - Maple Leaf, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the totem pole and Inuksuk
U.S. -Statue of Liberty, Uncle Sam, Stars and Strips
🦅 12. Read a book with an item listed above on the cover. Please post the cover.- Hex by Thomas Olde Heuvelt by Thomas Olde Heuvelt (American Flag on the cover) Finished 7/15/18****

🍁 13. Read a book where a beaver or a bald eagle are mentioned in the text. Give us the sentence and page/loc#.

Highest Point:
Canada - Mount Logan 5959 meters
U.S. - Mt. McKinley 6914 meters
🦅 14. Read a book with TWO of these numbers in the page count.-Plum Island by Nelson DeMille (592 pages) Finished 7/4/18***

🚩 15. Read a book in which the first letter in each title word is in NORTH AMERICA (three word minimum).


message 29: by Shash (last edited Jul 28, 2018 03:36AM) (new)

Shash | 1924 comments July Monthly: Canada and the United States
July 2018

Level 1: 1-6 tasks
Level 2: 7+ tasks

9/7+ Tasks Completed

Tasks:

🍁 1. Read a book over 400 pages.

🦅 2. Read a book with a waterfall on the cover. Please post the cover.

🍁 3. Read a book set in the US or Canada.
The Country Groom by Taylor Hart (7/2/18)
Set in the U.S.

🦅 4. Read a book by author born in the US or Canada.
Joy to the World by Nicole Zoltack (7/1/18)
Born in the U.S.

🍁 5. Read a book where a character speaks French or English.
The Book of Peril by Melissa McShane (7/3/18)
Characters speak English

🦅 6. Read a book with a character that is a queen or a president. Does not have to be the head of state.
Sleeping Beauty by Jenni James (7/15/18)
Queen Aleyna

🍁 7. Read a book with snow on the cover.

🦅 8. Read a book with a desert on the cover.

🍁 9. Read a book where winter sports are featured.
A Corner Church Christmas by Ginny Baird (7/13/18)
David and Liz go ice skating and cross country skiing.

🦅 10. Read a book where baseball, football or basketball is featured.
The Trustworthy Groom by Cami Checketts (7/4/18)
Brady is a football player, and Hailey is an athletic trainer for the team.

🍁 11. Read a book with a word from one of the anthem titles in the book title. Can't use "the" (Anthems - "O Canada" or "God Save the Queen" or "The Star-Spangled Banner")

🦅 12. Read a book with a listed item on the cover. Please post the cover. (Maple Leaf, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the totem pole, Inuksuk, Statue of Liberty, Uncle Sam, Stars and Strips)

🍁 13. Read a book where a beaver or a bald eagle are mentioned in the text. Give us the sentence and page/loc#.
The Organized Bride by Lucy McConnell (7/19/18)
"'Hang on there, eager beaver,' said Trish." (Loc 297)

🦅 14. Read a book with TWO of these numbers in the page count. (5959, 6914)
A Wolfish Dilemma by Kate Palmer (7/11/18)
152 pages

🚩 15. Read a book in which the first letter in each title word is in NORTH AMERICA (three word minimum).
The Independent One by Cami Checketts (7/28/18)
nOrTh amerIca


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Welcome Rina, Barbara, ElleEm and Shash!


message 31: by Maria (last edited Jul 31, 2018 03:40PM) (new)

Maria (milg) | 32 comments I'm in!
July Monthly: Canada and the United States - July 2018
Task 7/7+ - Level 2

Tasks:


🍁 1. Read a book over 400 pages. - Percy Jackson's Greek Gods (417pp) 7/21
🦅 4. Read a book by author born in the US or Canada. - When I'm Bad, I'm Better 7/08 (Author born in NY)
🍁5. Read a book where a character speaks French or English. - Unfiltered: No Shame, No Regrets, Just Me 7/25 (Memoir. Author speaks English)
Ways to Live Forever 7/28
🦅 6. Read a book with a character that is a queen or a president. Does not have to be the head of state. - Lincoln in the Bardo 7/07
🦅 14. Read a book with TWO of these numbers in the page count. (5959, 6914) - Man's Search for Meaning (156pp) 7/09
🚩 15. Read a book in which the first letter in each title word is in NORTH AMERICA (three word minimum). - The Night Circus (T. N. C.) 7/16


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Welcome Maria!


message 33: by Sandra (new)

Sandra | 1009 comments ALL DONE!
LEVEL 1. 1-6 BOOKS

Tasks:
🍁 1. over 400 pages - X - Sue Grafton (512 pgs) - 16 JULY
🍁 3. set in the US - Embracing Her Heart - Melissa Foster - 5 JULY
🦅 4. author born in the US - Allegiances - Cynthia Eden - 6 JULY
🍁 5. character speaks English - Wanted by a Dangerous Man - Cleo Peitsche - 8 JULY

Canada - Mount Logan 5959 meters
U.S. - Mt. McKinley 6914 meters
🦅 14. TWO of these numbers in the page count - Double Time - Olivia Cunning (416 pgs) - 17 JULY
🚩 15. each title word in NORTH AMERICA - Heaven on Earth - Jayne Rylon - 10 JULY

X by Sue Grafton Embracing Her Heart (The Bradens & Montgomerys Pleasant Hill - Oak Falls , #1) by Melissa Foster Allegiances (The Battling McGuire Boys #6) by Cynthia Eden Wanted by a Dangerous Man (By a Dangerous Man #2) by Cleo Peitsche Double Time (Sinners on Tour, #5) by Olivia Cunning Heaven on Earth (Compass Boys #1) by Jayne Rylon


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WOOHOO Sandra!


message 35: by Grace (new)

Grace | 1269 comments July Monthly: Canada and the United States
Duration: July 1-July 31, 2018

FINISHED

Level 2: 7+ tasks
Tasks Completed: 16

Tasks:

Canada and the United States are two of the largest countries in the world.
🍁 1. Read a book over 400 pages.
-Impulse by Ellen Hopkins 7/6
-Burned by Ellen Hopkins 7/9

The United States of America and Canada are two different countries located in North America.
🍁 3. Read a book set in the US or Canada
-Ms. Marvel, Vol. 8: Mecca by G. Willow Wilson 7/16

Official Language:
Canada - English, French
U.S. - English
🍁 5. Read a book where a character speaks French or English
-Wonder Woman: Warbringer by Leigh Bardugo 7/1
-Sleeping Giants by Sylvain Neuvel 7/2
-Waking Gods by Sylvain Neuvel 7/5
-Princess Leia by Mark Waid 7/7
-Grave Witch by Kalayna Price 7/14
-Never Never: Part Three by Colleen Hoover 7/16
-Alice's Adventures in Wonderland & Through the Looking-Glass by Lewis Carroll 7/16
-Maybe This Time by Chantal Fernando 7/11

Symbols:
Canada - Maple Leaf, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the totem pole and Inuksuk
U.S. -Statue of Liberty, Uncle Sam, Stars and Strips
🦅 12. Read a book with an item listed above on the cover. Please post the cover-
Everyone's a Aliebn When Ur a Aliebn Too by Jonny Sun by Jonny Sun 7/2- Stars

Highest Point:
Canada - Mount Logan 5959 meters
U.S. - Mt. McKinley 6914 meters
🦅 14. Read a book with TWO of these numbers in the page count
-The Princess Saves Herself in this One by Amanda Lovelace 7/11- pg. 156
-More Than Him by Jay McLean 7/13-pg. 264

🚩 15. Read a book in which the first letter in each title word is in NORTH AMERICA (three word minimum).
-More Than Her by Jay McLean 7/9
-The Edge of Always by J.A. Redmerski 7/15


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WOOHOO Grace!


message 37: by Joann (new)

Joann | 1300 comments Going to stop with 10 completed

Canada and the United States are two of the largest countries in the world.
🍁 1. Read a book over 400 pages.
Lighthouse Bay - Kimberley Freeman - 7/2/18 - 416 pages
The Shadowy Horses - Susanna Kearsley - 7/12/18 - 407 pgs

The United States of America and Canada are two different countries located in North America.
🍁 3. Read a book set in the US or Canada.
Jackaby - William Ritter - 7/9/18- New England
The Someday Jar- Alison Morgan - 6/15/18 - Arizona
🦅 4. Read a book by author born in the US or Canada.
Perfect Day Plan - Jost Sauer - 7/7/18

Official Language:
Canada - English, French
U.S. - English
🍁 5. Read a book where a character speaks French or English.
A Poisoned Season - Tasha Alexander - 7/3/18 - English and French
Murder in Mayfair - D.M Quincy - 7/6/18 - English
Murder in Bloomsbury- D.M Quincy - 7/9/18 - English
To Kingdom Come - Will Thomas - 6/16/18 - English

Highest Point:
U.S. - Mt. McKinley 6914 meters
🦅 14. Read a book with TWO of these numbers in the page count.
Ours': The Jersey Pals in the First World War - Ian Ronayne - 7/5/18 - 168pgs


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JoAnne | 44075 comments Mod
WOOHOO Joann!


message 39: by Ferenc (new)

Ferenc (aeneth) | 1826 comments Finished!

July Monthly: Canada and the United States
Duration: July 1-July 31, 2018


Goal: 11/7+
Current level: Level 2: 7+ tasks

🍁 1. Read a book over 400 pages.
Jane, Unlimited by Kristin Cashore - 7/13/2018

🦅 2. Read a book with a waterfall on the cover. Please post the cover.

🍁 3. Read a book set in the US or Canada.
The Summer Children by Dot Hutchison - 7/2/2018.
Manassas, Virginia and Quantico, Virginia

🦅 4. Read a book by author born in the US or Canada.
A Dog's Purpose by W. Bruce Cameron - 7/18/2018.
William Bruce Cameron (born 1960 in Petoskey, Michigan) (according to Wikipedia)

🍁 5. Read a book where a character speaks French or English.
The Monarch of the Glen by Neil Gaiman - 7/18/2018
MC Shadow is an American visiting Scottland. He speaks English.

🦅 6. Read a book with a character that is a queen or a president. Does not have to be the head of state.
Fire by Kristin Cashore - 7/6/2018
Queen Roen
The Sleeper and the Spindle by Neil Gaiman - 7/13/2018
The Queen (Snow White)
Marvel 1602 by Neil Gaiman - 7/23/2018
Queen Elizabeth of England

🍁 7. Read a book with snow on the cover.
🦅 8. Read a book with a desert on the cover.
🍁 9. Read a book where winter sports are featured.

🦅 10. Read a book where baseball, football or basketball is featured.
Beautiful Demons by Sarra Cannon - 7/3/2018
The Demons football team went for the two-point...

🍁 11. Read a book with a word from one of the anthem titles in the book title.

🦅 12. Read a book with an item listed above on the cover (Maple Leaf, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the totem pole and Inuksuk, Statue of Liberty, Uncle Sam, Stars and Strips). Please post the cover.
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone by J.K. Rowling - 7/24/2018
Stars

🍁 13. Read a book where a beaver or a bald eagle are mentioned in the text. Give us the sentence and page/loc#.
The Selfish Gene by Richard Dawkins - 7/8/2018
Beavers use flotation for the same reason as...(Location 4413)

🦅 14. Read a book with TWO of these numbers (5959, 6914) in the page count.
The Diving Pool: Three Novellas by Yōko Ogawa - 7/22/2018
164 pages

🚩 15. Read a book in which the first letter in each title word is in NORTH AMERICA (three word minimum).

Jane, Unlimited by Kristin Cashore The Summer Children (The Collector, #3) by Dot Hutchison Beautiful Demons (The Shadow Demons Saga #1) by Sarra Cannon Fire (Graceling Realm, #2) by Kristin Cashore The Sleeper and the Spindle by Neil Gaiman The Selfish Gene by Richard Dawkins The Monarch of the Glen by Neil Gaiman A Dog's Purpose (A Dog's Purpose, #1) by W. Bruce Cameron Marvel 1602 by Neil Gaiman Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (Harry Potter, #1) by J.K. Rowling The Diving Pool Three Novellas by Yōko Ogawa


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WOOHOO Ferenc!


message 41: by Jess (new)

Jess Penhallow | 241 comments Tasks:

Canada and the United States are two of the largest countries in the world.
🍁 1. Read a book over 400 pages.
The Cartel by Don Winslow - 616 pages - 24/07/18

The world's largest waterfall, Niagara Falls, is on the border between the countries.
🦅 2. Read a book with a waterfall on the cover. Please post the cover.

The United States of America and Canada are two different countries located in North America.
🍁 3. Read a book set in the US or Canada.
🦅 4. Read a book by author born in the US or Canada.

Official Language:
Canada - English, French
U.S. - English
🍁 5. Read a book where a character speaks French or English.
The Magpies by Mark Edwards (set in the UK) - 16/07/18

Head of Government:
Canada - Queen of England and Prime Minister
U.S. - President
🦅 6. Read a book with a character that is a queen or a president. Does not have to be the head of state.

As Canada is situated more north and closer to the Artic, its climate is colder. Winters can be harsh with snow covering the ground for almost six months a year. In some areas of the north snow can persist year-round. However, in some coastal areas and areas near its southern borders can have a temperate climate with a mild and rainy winter.
USA, on the other hand, has a varying climate, from cold in north, north-west and north-east, to even tropical and sub-tropical in south, south-east, south-west. A major part of mid-west USA is in fact a desert with corresponding climate.
🍁 7. Read a book with snow on the cover.
🦅 8. Read a book with a desert on the cover.

Canadians tend to prefer winter sports such as ice hockey, curling, skiing, etc., whereas, Americans’ preference varies from baseball to American football to even ice hockey in some regions.
🍁 9. Read a book where winter sports are featured.
🦅 10. Read a book where baseball, football or basketball is featured.

Anthems:
Canada - "O Canada" or "God Save the Queen"
U.S. - "The Star-Spangled Banner"
🍁 11. Read a book with a word from one of the anthem titles in the book title. BUT you may not use THE. Ex: O Pioneers!: or Save Me.

Symbols:
Canada - Maple Leaf, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the totem pole and Inuksuk
U.S. -Statue of Liberty, Uncle Sam, Stars and Strips
🦅 12. Read a book with an item listed above on the cover. Please post the cover.

National Animal
Canada - The beaver
U.S. - The bald eagle
🍁 13. Read a book where a beaver or a bald eagle are mentioned in the text. Give us the sentence and page/loc#.

Highest Point:
Canada - Mount Logan 5959 meters
U.S. - Mt. McKinley 6914 meters
🦅 14. Read a book with TWO of these numbers in the page count.

🚩 15. Read a book in which the first letter in each title word is in NORTH AMERICA (three word minimum).


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.•*¨`*•✿ ✿•*¨`*•. Christine .•*¨`*•✿ ✿•*¨`*• | 568 comments Finished!

July Monthly: Canada and the United States
Duration: July 1-July 31, 2018


This month both Canada and the United States celebrate national holidays. These countries have similarities and differences. I have lived in both and I thought we should have a challenge to honor these countries!

Levels:
Level 1: 1-6 tasks
Level 2: 7+ tasks

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

Tasks Completed: 24

Canada and the United States are two of the largest countries in the world.
🍁 1. Read a book over 400 pages.

✔️414 pages Dime Store Magic (Women of the Otherworld, #3) by Kelley Armstrong Dime Store Magic by Kelley Armstrong - 07/07/2018

✔️444 pages Broken (Women of the Otherworld, #6) by Kelley Armstrong Broken by Kelley Armstrong - 13/07/2018

The world's largest waterfall, Niagara Falls, is on the border between the countries.
🦅 2. Read a book with a waterfall on the cover. Please post the cover.

The United States of America and Canada are two different countries located in North America.
🍁 3. Read a book set in the US or Canada.

✔️Set in US - X-Ops Exposed by Paige Tyler X-Ops Exposed by Paige Tyler - 01/07/2018

✔️Set in Canada & US - Bitten (Women of the Otherworld, #1) by Kelley Armstrong Bitten by Kelley Armstrong - 02/07/2018

✔️Set in US - Undercover Princess (Royally Wed, #2) by Suzanne Brockmann Undercover Princess by Suzanne Brockmann - 03/07/2018

🦅 4. Read a book by author born in the US or Canada.

✔️Born in US - Killing Moon (Moon #1) by Rebecca York Killing Moon by Rebecca York - 01/07/2018

✔️Born in Canada - Stolen (Women of the Otherworld, #2) by Kelley Armstrong Stolen by Kelley Armstrong - 04/07/2018

✔️Born in US - Lady Isabella's Scandalous Marriage (MacKenzies & McBrides, #2) by Jennifer Ashley Lady Isabella's Scandalous Marriage by Jennifer Ashley - 05/07/2018

✔️Born in US - Rules for a Proper Governess (MacKenzies & McBrides, #7) by Jennifer Ashley Rules for a Proper Governess by Jennifer Ashley - 07/07/2018

✔️Born in Canada - No Humans Involved (Women of the Otherworld, #7) by Kelley Armstrong No Humans Involved by Kelley Armstrong - 15/07/2018

✔️Born in Canada - Personal Demon (Women of the Otherworld, #8) by Kelley Armstrong Personal Demon by Kelley Armstrong - 17/07/2018

✔️Born in Canada - Living with the Dead (Women of the Otherworld, #9) by Kelley Armstrong Living with the Dead by Kelley Armstrong - 19/07/2018

✔️Born in Canada - Waking the Witch (Women of the Otherworld, #11) by Kelley Armstrong Waking the Witch by Kelley Armstrong - 22/07/2018

✔️Born in Canada - Spell Bound (Women of the Otherworld, #12) by Kelley Armstrong Spell Bound by Kelley Armstrong - 22/07/2018

✔️Born in Canada - Thirteen (Women of the Otherworld, #13) by Kelley Armstrong Thirteen by Kelley Armstrong - 24/07/2018

Official Language:
Canada - English, French
U.S. - English
🍁 5. Read a book where a character speaks French or English.

✔️ Rock Addiction (Rock Kiss, #1) by Nalini Singh Rock Addiction by Nalini Singh - 09/07/2018

✔️ Rock Courtship (Rock Kiss, #1.5) by Nalini Singh Rock Courtship by Nalini Singh - 10/07/2018

✔️ Rock Hard (Rock Kiss, #2) by Nalini Singh Rock Hard by Nalini Singh - 13/07/2018

✔️ Rock Redemption (Rock Kiss, #3) by Nalini Singh Rock Redemption by Nalini Singh - 15/07/2018

✔️ Rock Wedding (Rock Kiss, #4) by Nalini Singh Rock Wedding by Nalini Singh - 19/07/2018

Head of Government:
Canada - Queen of England and Prime Minister
U.S. - President
🦅 6. Read a book with a character that is a queen or a president. Does not have to be the head of state.

✔️ Mr. President (White House, #1) by Katy Evans Mr. President by Katy Evans - 20/07/2018

✔️ Commander in Chief (White House, #2) by Katy Evans Commander in Chief by Katy Evans - 23/07/2018

As Canada is situated more north and closer to the Artic, its climate is colder. Winters can be harsh with snow covering the ground for almost six months a year. In some areas of the north snow can persist year-round. However, in some coastal areas and areas near its southern borders can have a temperate climate with a mild and rainy winter.
USA, on the other hand, has a varying climate, from cold in north, north-west and north-east, to even tropical and sub-tropical in south, south-east, south-west. A major part of mid-west USA is in fact a desert with corresponding climate.
🍁 7. Read a book with snow on the cover.

✔️ Frostbitten (Women of the Otherworld, #10) by Kelley Armstrong Frostbitten by Kelley Armstrong - 21/07/2018

🦅 8. Read a book with a desert on the cover.

Canadians tend to prefer winter sports such as ice hockey, curling, skiing, etc., whereas, Americans’ preference varies from baseball to American football to even ice hockey in some regions.
🍁 9. Read a book where winter sports are featured.
🦅 10. Read a book where baseball, football or basketball is featured.

Anthems:
Canada - "O Canada" or "God Save the Queen"
U.S. - "The Star-Spangled Banner"
🍁 11. Read a book with a word from one of the anthem titles in the book title. BUT you may not use THE. Ex: O Pioneers!: or Save Me.

Symbols:
Canada - Maple Leaf, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the totem pole and Inuksuk
U.S. -Statue of Liberty, Uncle Sam, Stars and Strips
🦅 12. Read a book with an item listed above on the cover. Please post the cover.

National Animal
Canada - The beaver
U.S. - The bald eagle
🍁 13. Read a book where a beaver or a bald eagle are mentioned in the text. Give us the sentence and page/loc#.

Highest Point:
Canada - Mount Logan 5959 meters
U.S. - Mt. McKinley 6914 meters
🦅 14. Read a book with TWO of these numbers in the page count.

✔️560 pages Industrial Magic (Women of the Otherworld, #4) by Kelley Armstrong Industrial Magic by Kelley Armstrong - 09/07/2018

✔️495 pages Haunted (Women of the Otherworld, #5) by Kelley Armstrong Haunted by Kelley Armstrong - 12/07/2018

🚩 15. Read a book in which the first letter in each title word is in NORTH AMERICA (three word minimum).

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WOOHOO Christine!! Rocking the KAs this month. I love her Rockton/Casey Duncan series.


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Anne | 947 comments July Monthly: Canada and the United States
Duration: July 1-July 31, 2018

12/7+
COMPLETED

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

Tasks:

Canada and the United States are two of the largest countries in the world.
🍁 1. Read a book over 400 pages.
A Season in Purgatory by Dominick Dunne
COMPLETED 07/08/2018

The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield
COMPLETED 07/19/2018


The world's largest waterfall, Niagara Falls, is on the border between the countries.
🦅 2. Read a book with a waterfall on the cover. Please post the cover.

The United States of America and Canada are two different countries located in North America.
🍁 3. Read a book set in the US or Canada.
Before We Were Yours by Lisa Wingate
COMPLETED 07/15/2018
Set in Memphis, TN, Aiken, SC, Savannah, GA, and Edisto Island, SC

Macramé Murder by Mollie Cox Bryan
COMPLETED 07/18/2018
Set in Sea Glass Island off of South Carolina

🦅 4. Read a book by author born in the US or Canada.
Pink Slip Party by Cara Lockwood
COMPLETED 07/10/2018
Cara Lockwood was born in Mesquite, TX and now resides near Chicago, IL.


Official Language:
Canada - English, French
U.S. - English
🍁 5. Read a book where a character speaks French or English.
Dear Daughter by Elizabeth Little
COMPLETED 07/02/2018
Janie Jenkins grew up in Switzerland and speak both French and English.


Head of Government:
Canada - Queen of England and Prime Minister
U.S. - President
🦅 6. Read a book with a character that is a queen or a president. Does not have to be the head of state.
Buffalo West Wing by Julie Hyzy
COMPLETED 07/04/2018
US President Hyden in Ollie's boss.

As Canada is situated more north and closer to the Artic, its climate is colder. Winters can be harsh with snow covering the ground for almost six months a year. In some areas of the north snow can persist year-round. However, in some coastal areas and areas near its southern borders can have a temperate climate with a mild and rainy winter.
USA, on the other hand, has a varying climate, from cold in north, north-west and north-east, to even tropical and sub-tropical in south, south-east, south-west. A major part of mid-west USA is in fact a desert with corresponding climate.
🍁 7. Read a book with snow on the cover.
Starry Night by Debbie Macomber
COMPLETED 07/09/2018
Starry Night by Debbie Macomber


🦅 8. Read a book with a desert on the cover.

Canadians tend to prefer winter sports such as ice hockey, curling, skiing, etc., whereas, Americans’ preference varies from baseball to American football to even ice hockey in some regions.
🍁 9. Read a book where winter sports are featured.
Jackie's Girl: My Life with the Kennedy Family by Kathy McKeon
COMPLETED 07/13/2108
Kathy travels with the family to Aspen and has to get new warm clothes. She and Mugsy, the Secret Service agent, are on the slope with JFK Jr as he learns to ski.

🦅 10. Read a book where baseball, football or basketball is featured.

Dust Bowl Girls: The Inspiring Story of the Team That Barnstormed Its Way to Basketball Glory by Lydia Reeder
COMPLETED 07/26/2018
It is literally the inspiring story of a women's college basketball team that takes amateur athletics by storm.

Anthems:
Canada - "O Canada" or "God Save the Queen"
U.S. - "The Star-Spangled Banner"
🍁 11. Read a book with a word from one of the anthem titles in the book title. BUT you may not use THE. Ex: O Pioneers!: or Save Me.
The Stars Are Fire by Anita Shreve
COMPLETED 07/24/2018
Stars is plural, but I think that should be okay.

Symbols:
Canada - Maple Leaf, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the totem pole and Inuksuk
U.S. -Statue of Liberty, Uncle Sam, Stars and Strips
🦅 12. Read a book with an item listed above on the cover. Please post the cover.

National Animal
Canada - The beaver
U.S. - The bald eagle
🍁 13. Read a book where a beaver or a bald eagle are mentioned in the text. Give us the sentence and page/loc#.
The Shaman Sings by James D Ross
COMPLETED 07/21/2018
I thought with a Ute Reservation in southeastern Colorado, I would read of an eagle soaring. Instead, I got an eager beaver student. Still counts!!
Page 27 -- In fact, I've learned you're rather an eager beaver , not satisfied to put in only 8 or 10 hours a day.


Highest Point:
Canada - Mount Logan 5959 meters
U.S. - Mt. McKinley 6914 meters
🦅 14. Read a book with TWO of these numbers in the page count.

🚩 15. Read a book in which the first letter in each title word is in NORTH AMERICA (three word minimum).


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ElleEm Challenge Completed.

Level 2: 7+ tasks
7/7 books

Tasks:
🍁 1. Read a book over 400 pages.-Beyond Reach by Karin Slaughter (594 pages) Finished 7/6/18****

🦅 2. Read a book with a waterfall on the cover. Please post the cover.

🍁 3. Read a book set in the US or Canada.-Undone by Karin Slaughter Finished 7/13/18***
🦅 4. Read a book by author born in the US or Canada.-A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith Finished 7/7/18*****

🍁 5. Read a book where a character speaks French or English.-Redemption Road by John Hart Finished 7/10/18****

🦅 6. Read a book with a character that is a queen or a president. Does not have to be the head of state.

🍁 7. Read a book with snow on the cover.
🦅 8. Read a book with a desert on the cover.- The Quick and the Dead by Louis L'Amour by Louis L'Amour Finished 7/8/18***

🍁 9. Read a book where winter sports are featured.
🦅 10. Read a book where baseball, football or basketball is featured.

Anthems:
Canada - "O Canada" or "God Save the Queen"
U.S. - "The Star-Spangled Banner"
🍁 11. Read a book with a word from one of the anthem titles in the book title. BUT you may not use THE.

Symbols:
Canada - Maple Leaf, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the totem pole and Inuksuk
U.S. -Statue of Liberty, Uncle Sam, Stars and Strips
🦅 12. Read a book with an item listed above on the cover. Please post the cover.- Hex by Thomas Olde Heuvelt by Thomas Olde Heuvelt (American Flag on the cover) Finished 7/15/18****

🍁 13. Read a book where a beaver or a bald eagle are mentioned in the text. Give us the sentence and page/loc#.

Highest Point:
Canada - Mount Logan 5959 meters
U.S. - Mt. McKinley 6914 meters
🦅 14. Read a book with TWO of these numbers in the page count.-Plum Island by Nelson DeMille (592 pages) Finished 7/4/18***

🚩 15. Read a book in which the first letter in each title word is in NORTH AMERICA (three word minimum).


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WOOHOO Anne and ElleEm!


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WOOHOO Gabi!


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Claire  | 285 comments Completed tasks 8



Canada and the United States are two of the largest countries in the world.
✔️🍁 1. Read a book over 400 pages.
Dead Man's Grip Dead Man's Grip (Roy Grace, #7) by Peter James Peter James 544 p. 15 july 2018 3 stars
544 p.
The world's largest waterfall, Niagara Falls, is on the border between the countries.
🦅 2. Read a book with a waterfall on the cover. Please post the cover.

The United States of America and Canada are two different countries located in North America.
✔️🍁 3. Read a book set in the US or Canada.
Pineapple Grenade Pineapple Grenade by Tim Dorsey Tim Dorsey 352 p. 16 july 2018 3 stars
Set in the US

✔️🦅 4. Read a book by author born in the US or Canada.
Birdie Birdie by Tracey Lindberg Tracey Lindberg 288 p. 20 july 2018 4 stars
Author born in Canada

Official Language:
Canada - English, French
U.S. - English
✔️🍁 5. Read a book where a character speaks French or English.
Narrator speaks english
Head of Government:
Canada - Queen of England and Prime Minister
U.S. - President
✔️🦅 6. Read a book with a character that is a queen or a president. Does not have to be the head of state.
A Case of Exploding Mangoes by Mohammed Hanif A Case of Exploding Mangoes Mohammed Hanif 295 p. 18 july 2018 3 stars
President of Pakistan
As Canada is situated more north and closer to the Artic, its climate is colder. Winters can be harsh with snow covering the ground for almost six months a year. In some areas of the north snow can persist year-round. However, in some coastal areas and areas near its southern borders can have a temperate climate with a mild and rainy winter.
USA, on the other hand, has a varying climate, from cold in north, north-west and north-east, to even tropical and sub-tropical in south, south-east, south-west. A major part of mid-west USA is in fact a desert with corresponding climate.
✔️🍁 7. Read a book with snow on the cover.
Anna and the Swallow Man by Gavriel Savit Anna and the Swallow Man Gavriel Savit 256 p. 13 july 2018 5 stars
🦅 8. Read a book with a desert on the cover.

Canadians tend to prefer winter sports such as ice hockey, curling, skiing, etc., whereas, Americans’ preference varies from baseball to American football to even ice hockey in some regions.
🍁 9. Read a book where winter sports are featured.
🦅 10. Read a book where baseball, football or basketball is featured.

Anthems:
Canada - "O Canada" or "God Save the Queen"
U.S. - "The Star-Spangled Banner"
🍁 11. Read a book with a word from one of the anthem titles in the book title. BUT you may not use THE. Ex: O Pioneers!: or Save Me.

Symbols:
Canada - Maple Leaf, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the totem pole and Inuksuk
U.S. -Statue of Liberty, Uncle Sam, Stars and Strips
🦅 12. Read a book with an item listed above on the cover. Please post the cover.

National Animal
Canada - The beaver
U.S. - The bald eagle
🍁 13. Read a book where a beaver or a bald eagle are mentioned in the text. Give us the sentence and page/loc#.

Highest Point:
Canada - Mount Logan 5959 meters
U.S. - Mt. McKinley 6914 meters
✔️🦅 14. Read a book with TWO of these numbers in the page count.
Before I Go to Sleep Before I Go to Sleep by S.J. Watson S.J. Watson 495 p. 12 july 2018 3 stars
5 and 9
✔️🚩 15. Read a book in which the first letter in each title word is in NORTH AMERICA (three word minim

The Nightmare Room The Nightmare Room (The Messy Man #1) by Chris Sorensen R.L. Stine 274 p. 26 july 2018 3 stars
TNR


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WOOHOO Claire!


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