Southfield Public Library Reading Challenge 2016

Make it your New Year’s resolution to expand your reading horizons!  Accomplish as many reading suggestions as you can and include a challenge (or two) from your personal reading goals.

  • Read a book published this year
  • Read a horror book
  • Read a book that won a national or international award
  • Read a nonfiction book about a topic you don’t know anything about
  • Read a collection of essays
  • Read a biography (not a memoir or autobiography)
  • Read a mystery or thriller
  • Read a dystopian novel or post-apocalyptic novel
  • Read a book originally published in the decade you were born
  • Read a book over 500 pages
  • Read a book written by someone under the age of 30
  • Read a book written by someone over the age of 65
  • Read a book that was adopted into a movie or TV show
  • Read a book about politics, in your country or another (fiction/nonfiction)
  • Listen to an audiobook
  • Read a book with a main character that has a mental illness
  • Read a book that was originally published in another language
  • Read a book you were supposed to read in school but didn’t
  • Read a classic
  • Read a microhistory
  • Read a book by a Michigan author
  • Read a book from the middle of your “to be read” list
  • Read a banned book
  • Read a book with nonhuman characters
  • Read a YA novel
  • Read a book that is a retelling of a classic story

For a copy of the list, stop by the 2nd floor of the library or print out a copy here: Southfield Public Library Reading Challenge 2016

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