Thursday, November 5, 2009

Young Readers Challenge

Young Readers Challenge
Hosted by Becky of Becky's Book Reviews
January - December 2010
Read 12 Children's Books

Think of this as referring to the "E" (Easy) and "J" (Juvenile or Junior) sections of the library.

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You do not have to have a blog.
You may keep in touch and leave links to your reviews.
*But* no reviews are required.

A list is not required. Choose what you like. Choose as you go. Or plan it all out now. Whatever you want.

You may leave LINKS TO REVIEWS in the MckLinky below. Sign up by leaving a comment though.



© Becky Laney of Young Readers

23 comments:

  1. I'm in! I currently do a feature on my blog called Illustrated Friday where I feature a different illustrated book (usually a book for young readers but not always) so I know I'll hit twelve books for sure, but my challenge will be to pick a favorite out of all the illustrated books for each month and that'll count towards this challenge. This is a great idea!

    Emily
    What Book is That?

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  2. I like kids books. My favorite authros are Peg Kehret, Isabelle Holland, Rosemary Sutcliff

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  3. Count me in! I read to my son daily so doing 12 will be no problem....lol! I will post about this one on my blog later tonight. The baby will be waking from his nap any minute!!

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  4. Count me in for next year!This is one of my favorite challenges.

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  5. count me in. thanks for sponsoring

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  6. Count me in! As a pre-k teacher I am sure I will come into contact with some great children's books! :)

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  7. I'm game! My post will go up next week.

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  8. Count me in! I love getting to read with my son more often =)

    http://kristinasfavorites.blogspot.com/2009/12/2010-young-readers-reading-challenge.html

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  9. I would love to join in again. I'll blog about it very soon.

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  10. I'm in for this one. My son is starting to move out of the Juvenile books so this might be my last chance to read with him for the challenge.

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  11. I will be participating in this. If people want to read reviews, I will be reviewing over at http://realta-reads.livejournal.com/.

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  12. I'd love to join in. My daughter and I read together every day so this should be a snap! And my daughter gets to participate in her first reading challenge at the age of 5!

    http://piperspastreads.blogspot.com/2009/12/young-readers-reading-challenge-11.html

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  13. I love chilren's books thanks for doing this challenge.

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  14. This may be my last year to do this with my kids; the youngest is eight. I'll sign up; we're enjoying reading through some library lists together.

    Thanks for running this challenge. I'll link back here when I write up a blog post for this.

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  15. Just wrote about the first book I've read for this challenge Dangerous Voyage by Gilbert Morris

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  16. I am definitely in on this one again for 2010! Love it!! Here's the link to my announcement post: http://www.tiftalksbooks.com/2010/01/2010-young-readers-challenge.html

    Will we be doing monthly posts again or just posting here for those of us doing reviews?

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  17. Tif, I've decided to add a McKlinky for review posts this year. You can find that MckLinky in the above post.

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  18. Wonderful! Thank you so much!

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  19. I'm in. I'm still a huge fan of small fry books.

    My joining post is here:

    http://libraryfrog.blogspot.com/2010/01/young-reader-challenge.html

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  20. I officially hit twelve (I only counted books I really liked), but maybe I'll keep counting...

    See above comment for the challenge post.

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