2017 Reading Resolution

  1. Read a book where the author is from your home state. With You Always
  2. Read a book where the main character has the same eye color as you. A Name Unknown
  3. Read a classic. The Hobbit
  4. Read a historical fiction. All She Left Behind
  5. Read a graphic novel. To Dance
  6. Read a book that you read when you were a child. I Dreamed I was a Ballerina
  7. Read a book with a red cover. The Captain’s Daughter
  8. Read a book where the main character is a child. Number the Stars
  9. Read a bestseller. Everyday Watercolor
  10. Read a book set in a different country. An Inconvenient Beauty
  11. Read a mystery. The Daughter of Sherlock Holmes
  12. Read an award-winning book. Hidden Figures
  13. Read a book that has been on the “to read” list for a very long time. The Two Princesses of Bamarre
  14. Read a book that your favorite author recommends. The Writing Desk
  15. Read a teen book. A Dangerous Engagement
  16. Read a book from the inspirational section.Grace and the Preacher
  17. Read a book recommended by a friend or blogger. John Ronald’s Dragons: The Story of J. R. R. Tolkien
  18. Read a non-fiction book that is not in the Dewey 900s. Colored Pencil Painting Portraits
  19. Read a biography. Henry Ford for Kids: His Life and Ideas, with 21 Activities
  20. Read a youth picture book. Robin Hood And The Golden Arrow
  21. Read a youth fiction book. The Invention of Hugo Cabret
  22. Read a youth non-fiction book. Some Writer!
  23. Read a play or script.
  24. Read a holiday book. Thanksgiving and a Good Children’s Book
  25. Read a book where the main character is a boy.The Christmas Shoes
  26. Read a book that has been made into a movie. The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe
  27. Read a book set in a war era. When Tides Turn
  28. Read a book published in 2017.An Uncommon Courtship
  29. Read a book that has a title that makes you go, “Hmm”. Jane of Austin
  30. Read a book that is over 400 pages. A Note Yet Unsung
  31. Read a book set in the future.
  32. Read a book with a horse in it. Sweetbriar Cottage
  33. Read a book that has an animal on the cover. Sandpiper Cove
  34. Read a series/trilogy. The Royal Wedding Series
  35. Read a book from a genre that you typically do not read. Deadly Proof
  36. Read a book that was originally written in a different language.
  37. Read a book you chose because of the cover. To the Farthest Shores
  38. Reread your favorite book. Against the Tide
  39. Read a fantasy
  40. Read a book that was published before you were born. The Gift of the Magi
  41. Read a book that has been banned before.
  42. Read a book that you own but never read.
  43. Read a short story or a novella. At Your Request
  44. Read an autobiography. Taking Aim
  45. Listen to an entire book on CD. Barefoot Summer
  46. Read a book that has a title that starts with “W” Waterfall
  47. Read a poem. Poems by Robert Louis Stevenson
  48. Read a book by an author that you have never read before. Innkeeper of Ivy Hill
  49. Read a book with a one-word title.
  50. Read a book that takes place during your favorite season. The Christmas Blessing
  51. Read a book that is set in a place that you would like to visit. The Bridge
  52. Read a book that was published in the year you were born. The Princess
  53. Read a book that starts a series. Behind the Scenes
  54. Read a book that ends a series. Wrath of the Storm
  55. Read a book that has a cover with your favorite color. True to You
  56. Read a library book. The Knight and the Dove
  57. Read a debut novel.
  58. Read a book that is less than 200 pages. The Lost Stone
  59. Read a fairy-tale retelling. A Noble Servant
  60. Read a book that you think would become a great movie. Dangerous Illusions
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