Mix up your reading routine and broaden your horizons in 2021! OPL librarians have created a series of reading challenges to push you outside your reading comfort zone and into new literary realms. Take on one challenge each month or complete them on your own timeline. Finish all 12 to qualify for prizes!
How it works:
- Read or listen to a book for each of the 12 challenges.
- Track your reading in your Reading Challenge notebook (available at all 12 OPL locations) and complete the log sheet on the final page. Or print out this log sheet.
- Starting April 1, 2021, you may submit your entries online or bring in your printed sheet to any OPL branch by December 31, 2021, to receive a pin and to be entered into a drawing for some fun, literary-themed prizes!
Join a Reading Challenge Book Club online for a lively discussion of each challenge. Share the books you're reading and get ideas for titles that apply to the different challenge themes. Registration is required.
If you have any questions about the Reading Challenge, contact email@example.com.
|Read a book with illustrations||Blog | Titles|
|Read a book mentioned on The Book Drop podcast||Titles|
|Read a book set in Nebraska||Titles|
|Read a book of poetry or a novel in verse||Titles|
|Read a book from OPL's 2020 Top Shelf||Titles|
|Read a book about refugees or the immigrant experience||Titles|
|Read a book about animals||Titles|
|Read a book by or about a person you'd like to meet||Titles|
|Read a book that has been banned or frequently challenged||Titles|
|Read a book told from multiple points of view||Titles|
|Read a book by a Native, First Nations or Indigenous author||Titles|
|Read a book that won an award||Titles|