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message 2: by Pam (last edited Aug 01, 2020 10:25AM) (new)

Pam (bluegrasspam) | 2524 comments JUNE (Completed 1of 4)

1. Pride Month
a. Read a book with at least 5 different colors of the rainbow on the cover.
b. Read a book featuring an LGBTQIA+ protagonist (not side character).
c. Read a book that was nominated for or won the Lambda Award.

2. June Birthdays: Anne Frank
a. Read a book set during WWII.
b. Read a book that was published in sometime between 1900 and 1950.
c. Read The Diary of Anne Frank.

3. Father's Day
a. Read a book that starts with a letter in FATHERS DAY.
READ b. Read a book that features someone's relationship with their father. We Are All Made of Molecules
c. Read a book featured on one of these lists about fathers:
☀️11 Unforgettable Books about Fatherhood
☀️28 Books to Give Dad on Father's Day
☀️Top 10 Books about Fathers

4. Hit the Beach
a. Read a book with a yellow or blue cover.
b. Read a book where someone goes to the beach.
c. Read a book found on this list of best beach reads.


message 3: by Pam (last edited Aug 22, 2020 11:07AM) (new)

Pam (bluegrasspam) | 2524 comments JULY (Completed 0 0f 4)

1. Halfway There!
a. Read a book with a page number that ends in 2.
b. Read a book that is divided into multiple parts
READ c. Read a book that features twins.
Cutting for Stone

2. July Birthdays: Pablo Neruda
a. Read a book set in South America.
b. Read a book published between 1904 and 1973.
c. Read a book written in verse (must still meet the 100 page requirement).

3. It's Winter Down South
a. Read a book set in the southern hemisphere.
READ b. Read a book where the first letter of each title word can be found in the phrase LET IT SNOW. (Title must be at least two words long.)
A Life Without End

c. Read a book found on TED's Winter Reading List.

4. Summer Reading
a. Read a happy book.
READ b. Read a book published in June, July, or August.
Severance Aug
c. Read a book from one of the following lists:
☀️ A New Season of Reading
☀️ Authors Offer Summer Reading Recommendations
☀️ Goodreads Employees Share Their Summer Reading Plans


message 4: by Pam (last edited Aug 01, 2020 10:24AM) (new)

Pam (bluegrasspam) | 2524 comments AUGUST (Completed 4 of 4)

1. Read Good Books
a. Read a book by a favorite author.
b. Read the next book in a series you've already started.
READ c. Read a book published in 2020 that you've been looking forward to.
Countdown 1945: The Extraordinary Story of the 116 Days that Changed the World

2. Back to School
a. Read a book by an author that is new-to-you.
READ b. Read a YA book.
The Witch of Blackbird Pond
c. Read a book often tested on the AP Literature exam, as found on this list.

3. August Birthdays: Ray Bradbury
a. Read a book in which the initials author's name can be found in RAY BRADBURY.
READ b. Read a sci-fi or horror book.
The Stand
c. Read a collection of short stories (must still meet the 100 page requirement).

4. Go for a Drive
a. Read a book with a car on the cover.
READ b. Read a book that starts with a letter in the phrase WINDOWS DOWN, BREEZE BLOWING.
Spark Joy: An Illustrated Master Class on the Art of Organizing and Tidying Up
c. Read a book where a character visits multiple countries.


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