Read Harder 2016 Recap!

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At the beginning of 2016, I started the Read Harder Challenge. It gave a series of different categories to get you out of your reading rut. I started out great but waned toward the end.

I’m surprised by the categories I didn’t get to like a book with only 100 pages or a book about feminism. And even though many of these books weren’t what I’d normally pick up, I would recommend them all, especially George. If you struggle at all about issues with transgender rights, this book will make the difficulties transgendered kids face crystal clear.

• A book about Horror: Frankenstein
Nonfiction about Science:
Collection of Essays:
• Read a book out loud to someone: Gingerbread Baby
• A middle grade novel: Gabby Lost and Found
• Biography: Steve Jobs: The Man Who Thought Different
Post-apocalyptic/dystopian
Published year you were born
• Audio book that won Audie: What I Know for Sure
• Book over 500 pages: Goldfinch
Book under 100 pages
• A transgendered author: George
• Set in the Middle East: I am Malala
Author from Southeast Asia
Historical fiction before 1900
• 1st book in series by person of color: Circuit
non-superhero comic in last 3 years
• book that has a movie: Blindness
nonfiction about feminism
• book about religion: Gilead
• book about politics: Citizen
• food memoir: Life from Scratch
• A play: A Raisin in the Sun
• Main character with mental illness: The Perks of Being a Wallflower

Don’t fret if you missed the 2016 challenge! Soon, I’ll post the 2017 list!

What do you plan to read in the next year?

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One response to “Read Harder 2016 Recap!

  1. Gilberto Lobo

    DANA:
    QUIERO ENFOCARME EN LOS LIBROS DE PAULO COELHO. PUES SOLO HE LEIDO EL ALQUIMISTA Y ME GUSTO MUCHO.
    SALUDOS A TUS TRES MOSQUETEROS.
    SAWABONA
    EL VIEJO LOBO

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