Wednesday, November 4, 2020

2021 Monthly Motif Reading Challenge

 Another favorite of mine is now up!

JANUARY-  Once Upon A Time. Read a book from the Fantasy, Fairytale, Mythology, or Folklore Sub Genres: The Glittering Court--Richelle Mead

FEBRUARY- Laughter and Love. Read a relationship story, romance, comedy, or feel good contemporary: The Happy Ever After Playlist--Abby Jimenez

MARCH- Countries and Cultures. Read a book set in a country, or about a culture, that’s different than your own and that you’d like to learn more about: SLAY--Brittney Morris

APRIL- Books on the Menu. Read a book that features food, restaurants, cafes, cooking, or baking, on the cover or in the story: The Blue Bistro--Elin Hilderbrand

MAY- Magnificent Middle Grade. Read a Middle Grade book – a book that is marketed toward ages 8-14: Caddie Woodlawn--Carol Ryrie Brink

 JUNE- The Great Outdoors. Read a book featuring a garden, nature, country, or harvest setting or plot: The Secret Garden--Frances Hodgson Burnett

JULY- Short But Fabulous. Read a novella, comic, graphic novel, manga, or short book of poetry: Dingoes at Dinnertime--Mary Pope Osborne

AUGUST- Bag of Tricks. Read a book featuring any kind of magic, illusion, super powers, or enchantments: Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days, Volume 1--Shiro Amano

SEPTEMBER- Back to School. Read a book with a school setting, featuring a student or educator OR read a book to educate yourself on a topic you’re interested in learning more about: TTFN--Lauren Myracle

OCTOBER- Lurking in the Shadows. Read a book that has a gray, black, and/or white cover OR a book that shows a shadow on the cover: The Silent Girls--Eric Rickstad 

NOVEMBER- In the Library with the Candlestick. Read a mystery- cozy, detective, spies, true crime, whodunnit, or the like: Yule Log Murder--Leslie Meier 

DECEMBER- That’s History. Read a historical fiction book or a book about a true historical event: Mrs. Bennet Has Her Say--Jane Juska

Challenge completed on December 4