Thursday, December 18, 2008

The 2009 Support Your Local Library Challenge

There will be three sizes of challenges.

** The first is to read 12 books from your local library in 2009.
** The second is to read 25 books from your local library in 2009.
** The third is to read 50 books from your local library in 2009.

You decide which one of the three challenges is best for you. Here are the guidelines:

1) You can join anytime as long as you don’t start reading your books prior to 2009.
2) This challenge is for 2009 only. The last day to have all your books read is December 31, 2009.
3) You can join anytime between now and December 31, 2009.
4) Our goal is to read 12, 25, or 50 books checkout from our local library in 2009. Please decide which when you sign up and don’t change it.
5) These can be audios, downloads, children’s, YA. As long as it’s a book, format and target age group does not matter.
6) Feel free to post a link to your reviews HERE. That way, we can visit your blog and read your review.

To join in click on the link up top, or click HERE.

1. Names My Sisters Call Me- Megan Crane
2. Thirteen Reasons Why- Jay Asher
3. Plum Spooky- Janet Evanovich
4. New Moon- Stephenie Meyer
5. The Chocolate War- Robert Cormier
6. The Last Chance Cafe- Linda Lael Miller
7. Wake- Lisa McMann
8. Lost and Found- Carolyn Parkhurst
9. For Money and Love- Todd Strasser
10. Sister Wife- Shelley Hrdlitschka
11. Talk Me Down- Victoria Dahl
12. Hold Tight- Harlan Coben
13. The Writing Class- Jincy Willett
14. I Shall Not Want- Julia Spencer-Fleming
15. The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks- E. Lockhart
16. Eclipse- Stephenie Meyer
17. Vampire Academy- Richelle Mead
18. Fire and Ice- Julie Garwood
19. Breaking Dawn- Stephenie Meyer
20. Never Tell a Lie- Hallie Ephron
21. The Graveyard Book- Neil Gaiman
22. Knit Two- Kate Jacobs
23. Read My Lips- Teri Brown
24. Wicked Lovely- Melissa Marr
25. Fade- Lisa McMann

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Glad you are joining this challenge too! It's going to be an awesome year of challenges. Don't you agree?