The Newbery Reading Challenge is on again and this year it includes the Caldecott Honor Books.
Welcome to the fourth year of the Newbery Reading Challenge! Newbery and Caldecott books are fun to read - whether it's our first time experiencing them, or we're revisiting them from our childhood. If you want to challenge yourself to read more Newbery and Caldecott books this year, then you have found the right place!
Here are the rules:
Each book you read is worth points. You get:
In addition to that, you pick a level to aim for:
You can get to this level with any combination of points you want. You can read all Newbery Medal winners. You can throw in a few Honor Books. If you want, you can even read 75 Caldecott Medal winners! How you get to your point level is totally up to you.
Also, anywhere in the point range for your level counts as completing that level. So for example, if you signed up for the Avi level and read 46 points' worth of books, then you have completed that level!
Here is what I am reading:
- Owl Moon--Jane Yolen (1 point)
- Olivia--Ian Falconer (1 point)
- Alphabet City--Stephen T. Johnson (1 point)
- El Deafo--Cece Bell (2 points)
- Voice of Freedom: Fannie Lou Hamer--Carole Boston Weatherford (1 point)
- Make Way For Ducklings--Robert McCloskey (1 point)
- Out of the Dust--Karen Hesse (3 points)
- If You Come Softly--Jacqueline Woodson (2 points)
- The View From Saturday--E.L. Konigsburg (3 points)
- Challenge completed on July 16