A January Reading Challenge
Posted by STAIR-Annapolis on January 5, 2021
Happy New Year!
If you're the sort of person who likes to greet a new year with a goal or two in mind, you're not alone. About half of all Americans typically make New Year's resolutions and one of the most popular resolutions year after year is to "read more."
A reading challenge is a great way to help stay on track with a "read more" resolution. There are tons of excellent reading challenges online, with options for readers of all ages and levels that cover a full year or change month-to-month. Some of our favorites include the Brightly Monthly Reading Challenges for Kids and the monthly #AACPLReads recommendations from our friends at Anne Arundel County Public Library.
For a simple January reading challenge that's easy to adapt to any age, reading level, or genre preference, follow the list below. One book per week, every week this month:
- Read a book with a white cover.
- Read a book about winter or snow.
- Read a book with the word "COLD" in the title.
- Read a book written by an author who was born in a place that gets lots of snow in winter.
Good luck! We'll be back next month with a new reading challenge for you. Until then, keep reading!