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message 1: by Valerie (last edited Dec 18, 2020 01:28AM) (new)

Valerie (valroos) Am excited to participate in the reading women challenge for a second time. I really love this year's prompts!

20/26

1) A Book by an Author from the Caribbean or India
Julia Alvarez - In the Time of the Butterflies
2) A Book Translated from an Asian Language
3) A Book about the Environment
Eva Meijer - Bird Cottage
4) Picture Book Written/Illustrated by a BIPOC Author
Lupita Nyong'o -Sulwe
5) A Winner of the Stella Prize or the Women’s Prize for Fiction
6) A Nonfiction Title by a Woman Historian
Anne Applebaum - Gulag: A History
7) A Book Featuring Afrofuturism or Africanfuturism
8) An Anthology by Multiple Authors
Mariam Khan - It's Not About the Burqa
9) A Book Inspired by Folklore
Veronique Tadjo - Reine Pokou: Concerto pour un sacrifice
10) A Book About a Woman Artist
11) Read and Watch a Book-to-Movie Adaptation
Paula Hawkins - The Girl on the Train
12) A Book About a Woman Who Inspires You
Nawal el Saadawi - Memoirs from the Women's Prison
13) A Book by an Arab Woman
Alifa Rifaat - Distant View of a Minaret and Other Stories
14) A Book Set in Japan or by a Japanese Author
Yoko Ogawa - The Memory Police
15) A Biography
Shelley Emling - Marie Curie and Her Daughters: The Private Lives of Science's First Family
16) A Book Featuring a Woman with a Disability
Eva Meijer - De grenzen van mijn taal
17) A Book Over 500 Pages
18) A Book Under 100 Pages
Dorothy Parker - The Custard Heart
19) A Book That’s Frequently Recommended to You
Andrea Levy - The Long Song
20) A Feel-Good or Happy Book
Anna James - Tilly and the Bookwanderers
21) A Book about Food
Helena Attlee - The Land Where Lemons Grow: The Story of Italy and its Citrus Fruit
22) A Book by Either a Favorite or a New-to-You Publisher
Anabel Hernandez - A Massacre in Mexico: The True Story Behind the Missing Forty Three Students
23) A Book by an LGBTQ+ Author
Marieke Lucas Rijneveld - De avond is ongemak
24) A Book from the 2019 Reading Women Award Shortlists and Honorable Mentions
Jacqueline Woodson - Red at the Bone
BONUS
25) A Book by Toni Morrison
26) A Book by Isabel Allende: The House of the Spirits


message 2: by Valerie (new)

Valerie (valroos) A Book by an Author from the Caribbean or India

Julia Alvarez - In the Time of the Butterflies

My review here


message 3: by Valerie (new)

Valerie (valroos) A Book by Either a Favorite or a New-to-You Publisher

Anabel Hernandez - A Massacre in Mexico: The True Story Behind the Missing Forty Three Students

You can see my review here


message 4: by Valerie (new)

Valerie (valroos) A Book Featuring a Woman with a Disability

Eva Meijer - De grenzen van mijn taal


message 5: by Valerie (new)

Valerie (valroos) A Book Under 100 Pages

Dorothy Parker - The Custard Heart


message 6: by Valerie (new)

Valerie (valroos) A Nonfiction by a Woman Historian

Anne Applebaum - Gulag: A History


message 7: by Valerie (new)

Valerie (valroos) By an Arab Woman

Alifa Rifaat - Distant View of a Minaret and Other Stories


message 8: by Valerie (new)

Valerie (valroos) A feel good or happy book

Anna James - Tilly and the Bookwanderers


message 9: by Valerie (new)

Valerie (valroos) A book about the environment

Eva Meijer - Bird Cottage


message 11: by Valerie (new)

Valerie (valroos) A Book from the 2019 Reading Women Award Shortlists and Honorable Mentions

Jacqueline Woodson - Red at the Bone


message 12: by Valerie (last edited Aug 03, 2020 01:11PM) (new)

Valerie (valroos) A book inspired by folklore

Veronique Tadjo - Reine Pokou: Concerto pour un sacrifice

Find my review here


message 13: by Valerie (new)

Valerie (valroos) A book by a Japanese author

Yoko Ogawa - The Memory Police

Find my review here


message 14: by Valerie (new)

Valerie (valroos) A book by Isabel Allende: The House of the Spirits

And with this book I have read through half of the prompts. It's been a great experience so far so look forward to reading through the remaining prompts!


message 15: by Valerie (new)

Valerie (valroos) A book that is frequently recommended to you

Andrea Levy - The Long Song


message 16: by Valerie (new)

Valerie (valroos) A Book About a Woman Who Inspires You

Nawal el Saadawi - Memoirs from the Women's Prison

See my review here


message 17: by Valerie (new)

Valerie (valroos) An Anthology by Multiple Authors

Mariam Khan - It's Not About the Burqa


message 18: by Valerie (new)

Valerie (valroos) Read and Watch a Book-to-Movie Adaptation

Paula Hawkins - The Girl on the Train


message 19: by Valerie (new)

Valerie (valroos) A Biography

Shelley Emling - Marie Curie and Her Daughters: The Private Lives of Science's First Family

You can see my review here


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