Hey guys,

As part of my 101 goals in 1001 days I have to complete a reading challenge. Having never done a reading challenge before I was unaware of what to expect… I searched high and low for a reading challenge that I could work with until I found one by pop sugar. The categories in this challenge would be easy to change to the books I had available in my house. (I think I have to many). Anyway I decided to do this challenge and have a list of all the books I plan on reading or have read.

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Here is the list of books on my reading challenge this year. I hope to achieve it as I feel it would be a great way to end a year. 🙂🙂

  • A book based on a fairy tale – Winnie the Pooh, A.A Milne
  • A National Book Award Winner – Mockingbird, Kathryn Erskine
  • A YA bestseller – The Book Thief, Markus Zusak
  • A book you haven’t read since high school – The Secrets of Vesuvius, Caroline Lawrence
  • A book set in your home state –   Goldstrike, Matt Whyman
  • A book translated into English –  Grimms Fairy Tales, The Brothers Grimm
  • A romance set in the future –  The long way to a small angry planet, Becky Chambers
  • A book set in Europe – War Horse, Micheal Morpurgo
  • A book that’s under 150 pages – Stickman – Julia Donaldson
  • A New York Times bestseller –  After You – JoJo Moyes
  • A book that’s becoming a movie this year –  Me before you – JoJo Moyes
  • A book recommended by someone you just me – Sophie’s World, Justein Gaarder
  • A self-improvement book – The Snow Goose, Paul Galico
  • A book you can finish in a day – Jonathan Livingston Seagull – Richard Bach
  • A book written by a celebrity – The Amazing Book is Not on Fire, Dan Howell and Phil Lester
  • A political memoir – The Motorcycle Diaries, Ernesto Che Guevara
  • A book that’s at least 100 years older than you
  • A book thats more than 600 pages
  • A book from Oprahs book club
  • A book thats published in 2016 – Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, J.K Rowling
  • A book with a protagonist who has your occupation
  • A science-fiction novel – Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde – Robert Louis Stevenson
  • A book recommended by a family member – Tisha, Robert Specht
  • A graphic novel – An Inspector Calls – J.B Priestley
  • A book that takes place during summer – High Tide – Veronica Henry
  • A book and it’s prequel
  • A murder mystery – Gone Girl, Gillian Flynn
  • A dystopian novel – Fahrenheit 451, Ray Bradbury
  • A book written by a comedian – Tommy Coopers Secret Joke files – John Fisher/Tommy Cooper
  • A book with a blue cover – Cassius, Gordon Thorburn
  • A book of poetry – When we were very young, A.A Milne
  • The first book you see in a bookstore – Perfect, Racheal Joyce
  • A classic from the 20th Century – The Little Prince, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
  • A book from the library – The Loney, Andrew Micheal Hurley
  • A book about a road trip – Running – Barbara Spencer
  • A book about a culture your unfamiliar with – The lion on the path – Hugh Tracey
  • An autobiography – Micheal J. Fox Always Looking Up, Micheal J. Fox
  • A satirical book – The Bigger Book of Borris, Ian Dale
  • A book that takes place on an island – Island of Blue Dolphins – Scott O’Dell
  • A book that’s guaranteed to bring you joy – Just a Family Affair, Veronica Henry

If any of you have any book recommendations put them in the comments below and I will take a look at them.

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