Earn points by completing reading challenges.
Earn 1 point per challenge completed.
5 points is the goal, but you can complete as many challenges as you’d like!
Looking for some great books to help you complete the challenges? We’ve got some librarian-recommended titles that should suit just about any reader. You don’t have to pick from these lists to finish the challenges, we just wanted to give you some good options!
When thinking of stories written from an animal’s perspective, you may find yourself thinking only of children’s classics like The Wind in the Willows or
Exercise your emotional intelligence for May (Mental Health Awareness Month) with books full of insight, compassion, and humanity. Easy Crafts for the Insane by Kelly
People often use a diaries, journals and letters to record everyday events, deepest emotions, and darkest desires. Take a peek into the secret lives of
Hardboiled crime fiction is tough, graphic, and unsentimental, while noir crime fiction is quite literally focused on darker themes. From the 1930s to the present,
Have you avoided starting fantasy books because the series are too long? You don’t have to feel guilty! Fantasy series can be quite the undertaking.
Read a fiction or nonfiction book that celebrates the wonder of books. Hmm, a bit meta perhaps?! Whether historical, futuristic, or contemporary perspective, the following
Coming out of the season that gives us holidays like Christmas and Hannukah can leave us with the appetite for comforting stories with a strong
Water is vital for all life. So what happens when water is scarce? Read about the conflicts this scarcity creates in a variety of times
Netflix says they’re “always looking to help you find your next favorite story.” It could be argued that they find a lot of those stories
Since they were first produced, Shakespeare’s plays have been adapted into many dramatic forms: opera, ballet, musicals, and other plays. But they’ve also served as
Open yourself to works of literature from around the globe! Authors from different parts of the world have different perspectives, cultures, and settings to draw