Dec 032013
 

i read banned books

Hosted by Becca @ Lost In Books

 For this challenge, all banned and challenged books you’ve ever read count.The point of it is to read 50 of them, not necessarily 50 new ones.

Here are a few links to sites about banned and/or challenged books:
Banned Books Online
List of banned books on Wikipedia
Forbidden Library
American Library Association’s Banned Book Week Information
Banned Books: How Schools Restrict the Reading of Young People

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Feb 082012
 
This is a perpetual challenge, which means there is no end date. You will finish the challenge whenever you finish the series! Take as much time as you need.

The books in the Stephanie Plum series
(including the Between the Numbers/Holiday Novels series)

1. One for the Money
2. Two for the Dough
3. Three to Get Deadly
4. Four to Score
5. High Five
6. Hot Six
7. Seven Up
8. Hard Eight
9. To the Nines
10. Ten Big Ones
11. Eleven on Top
12. Twelve Sharp
13. Lean Mean Thirteen
14. Fearless Fourteen
15. Finger Lickin’ Fifteen
16. Sizzling Sixteen
17. Smokin’ Seventeen
18. Explosive Eighteen
19. Visions of Sugar Plums
20.Plum Lovin’
21. Plum Lucky
22. Plum Spooky

Post Reviews Here

Oct 152011
 


Here is a challenge that’s perpetual. I like that. No pressure! I have a few Reagan Arthur books that I’ve never read, so this will be a great way to thin out my TBR shelf.

You can read more about this challenge, check out some of the R.A. books and sign up for the challenge by clicking on the challenge button above.

1. The Book Of Life by Stuart Nadler
2. Bossypants by Tina Fey