2020 reading challenge

Themes are based on my love for books, booze, and travel. Grab more January 2020 reading ideas and share your thoughts here. In honor of learning and growing abroad, let’s cook up something new. I’d love to know what books you are reading and if you are participating. View more from the blog.

#26 is totally a spot so that Tress and I don't have to burn a Free Space, I think. Hey! Overall, I'm pretty happy with the challenge and I think it has some good staples as well as a variety.

In honor of our move to North Carolina, TUL started pumping out southern book lists. Best of luck :D, I will give it a shot! Just Grace Goes Green by Charise Mericle Harper is a beginning chapter book highlighting the benefits of reducing, reusing, and recycling as a way to end pollution. Grab your free printable 2020 Reading Challenge with monthly themes and reading lists. Read a book that takes place in the Middle East or is inspired by Middle Eastern Culture, 59.) I'm in!! and discovers more than he bargained for.”.

We are already planning our vacations now. You’re so creative, and I’m amazed that you came up with this fantastic idea that’s thought out so well <3, Thanks so much, Macey.

Like you, we want double citizenship. A lot. Why? Not quite sticking to the the mystery theme, our choice for young readers celebrates the arrival of fall. Sometimes, these messages go to spam. I'm in!

There's a lot of books on the list for #40 that I've been wanting to read all year. I'm going to sign up for 24 books...but hoping to stretch that to 36 if I can. I also sneak plenty of YA into my adult book lists, travel A LOT, and drink my fair share of wine…. My Journey to the Stars by Scott Kelly tells the story of NASA astronaut Scott Kelly, who was the first person to spend an entire year in space.

These remarkable women were known as “human computers,” and made all of their calculations using pencils, slide rules, and adding machines; these calculations would ultimately launch rockets and astronauts into space!

In 2020 we are resolving to read aloud every day. We will also share photos of you and the children in your life reading our monthly themed books. I'm working on my first book as well.

Our 2020 Reading Challenge will help you do just that and it consists of 52 challenges, so you could read a book a week or simply use it as a guide when it comes to making the difficult decision of what to read next.

Gareth Hinds is one of the top graphic adaptors of great literature for young adults.

Feel free to update on how you're doing!

I gotta get on that. You can find the April 2020 Book Discussion For Indie Books here. Tress has a different PDF version on her blog that's been checked. Read a book that starts with the letter J, 58.) That looks amazing, and YES, I totally think that title works, too. 18 June 2020. Read a book about a historical figure (fiction or non-fiction). August is Women in Translation Month. I’ll have to add Starlet… to my TBR. Plus, I love a good debate about what classics are worthy of our time vs the duds.

I'm really excited about the linking of #16 and #17. Our first choice for July is Escape North! OK, and maybe a $26 bowl of soup in Reykjavik. Who knew mountains could turn navy blue with the sunset?!

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https://www.goodreads.com/review/list/67057446?shelf=2020-linz-bookworm. Thanks. November – a book about a holiday you don’t celebrate

2020 Reading Challenge It's here! You can find the March 2020 Book Discussion For Mulan here. What’s it about?
Meg is battling an unknown and unseen enemy, only to find that the key to defeating the monster is her love for her friends and family. The book, part of a series, ends on a cliffhanger, so children are eager to read another Black Panther book to see what happens next. This 2020 reading challenge is not about how many books you read. If you want to skip that month, that’s OK too.

Once again, they should; the book is illustrated by Eric Carle, the author and illustrator of another classic, The Very Hungry Caterpillar. I might be reading two more romcoms, then my historical fiction maybe and then I’ll change my world perspective.

UTR helps military families maintain their routines, stay connected as a family, and build important skills including literacy. You may read the first chapter aloud and then suggest that the next three chapters be read independently. Read a book with a title that rhymes, 47.)

Because reading aloud to children is the single most important thing you can do for your child’s reading and learning skills.And United Through Reading recordings allow military service members to read aloud to the children in their lives every day, no matter where their military service takes them. A-Z CHALLENGE : Using the first letter of a book title’s main words, read a book for each letter of the alphabet. Read the full disclosure here.

Hygge is that Scandinavian–Danish and Norwegian–feeling for happiness and coziness.

Join The Literary Life Podcast community in our 20 for 2020 Reading Challenge! It’s that time of year to encourage your students to participate in CONNECTICUT READS, the 2020 Governor’s Summer Reading Challenge! March – a children’s book featuring a character from the child’s favorite movie or TV show Whenever you start or finish a book, please let me know on social media by using the hashtag: #UncorkedReading2020 and tag @ theuncorkedlibrarian or @ theuncorklib for Twitter. This post may contain affiliate links for products and services I recommend.

Take the Uncorked Reading Challenge with 12 categories, one for each month, with books to inspire travel and diverse, international reads. That's exciting! im in. The rhythmic style of the book is enchanting, sure to make this book a favorite read. You can also join my mailing list so that you never miss a 2020 Reading Challenge update.

The rhyming pattern throughout the book makes it a nice choice for a read-aloud, and the illustrations match the joy and exuberance of the text. I'm always amazed when someone tells me they get them all done.

Or tumbleeeeee that booze?! I will never spam you. Before you begin, read the book a couple of times to yourself so you’re familiar with the story.

Books and Needlepointhttps://booksandneedlepoint.blogspot.com. So, what do you say?!

Are you a traveler too?

I will definitely participate when I can!. Please feel free to leave a comment to further or start a discussion on the book reviews and other posts. TUL has never written a cookbook list, but I think it is time.

“This story of an ordinary boy who grew up to do extraordinary things is perfect for children;” it is also the perfect partner to his adult book, Endurance: A Year in Space, A Lifetime of Discovery. Why not read a book set in your next destination for the 2020 Reading Challenge? I still haven't decided if I'm going to go at this randomly or by level. Sorry, I'm a total spreadsheet nerd. This book is perfect for your elementary school kid and is the newest addition to the popular picture book biography series Ordinary People Change the World. Read chapter five aloud and follow the same pattern until the book is finished. I wouldn’t mind reading another one of those books though.

I definitely did not know that was a thing, but it’s an amazing Disney movie so I’m sure it will inspire some fascinating reads. by Sandra Boynton and Stink and the Midnight Zombie Walk by Megan McDonald.

Yes, you will be reading upside down, but you’ll get used to it. Hi everyone! Tress (find her blog here) and I have been brainstorming the 2020 challenge the last week or so and finally finalized it tonight.

Take part.

Maybe that fits in that category?, Love this!

Only a couple that I am not so sure about (the author specific ones) but will give it my best shot :) I will keep track in Goodreads. Try different voices for different characters; you may feel silly, but your kids will love it.

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Best of luck and welcome! I know I am joining late myself. I'm hoping I actually get all of my books on the challenge this year.

I hope you don't mind, but I sent a friend request on Goodreads.

Also, for February’s Icelandic Challenge, I have a BIG announcement to make that I think you WILL LOVE. If you make a purchase through these links, at no additional cost to you, I will earn a small commission.

One of our favorites on this topic is Eating the Alphabet: Fruits & Vegetables from A to Z by Lois Ehlert.

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XXXxx, I love this Christine!!!! Historical fiction is one of my favorite genres.

My first time next year .

Filed Under: Reading Challenge Tagged With: 2020 reading challenge, reading challenge 2020. It's here! Tress (find her blog, If you'd like a PDF to use you can grab that, 1.) Each month, I will send out suggestions to my mailing list with book recommendations per theme as well as post ideas in our FB group, Uncorked Readers.

Plus, I’d love to add your titles to book lists–and credit you, if you don’t mind being Uncorked Famous. I’m sure plenty of people will dip in and out–because LIFE! OKAY, that was a tangent… but I love this challenge and I’m totally in. Our Christmas movie this year might be 1917. Read more.

Be sure to look for it at your Story Station or download our App today and request it as your free book. Authors from these countries’ diaspora are included in this prompt. Don’t miss the July 2020 Reading Challenge here. Read a book about a video game or virtual reality. For those of you who are audio reads, I think Gutenberg has audiobooks as well as e-books. Read a book with a building on the cover, 20.)

June – a children’s biography of a scientist And, I’d feel like a failure by February, ahaha. Oh I also need to read The Starlet and the Spy. Plus, this Reading Challenge 2020 theme is perfect for Nonfiction November. I’m definitely hoping to have a few more upcoming contributor lists soon.

Another great choice for this month’s reading challenge is Hidden Figures (Young Readers’ Edition) by Margot Lee Shetterly, perfect for the tween in your life. A book you got for free (gift, found or book exchange), 19.)

I’m definitely due for a book to change my world perspective.

My next NYC read might be historical fiction but not WWII.

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