Thursday, April 1, 2021

Sisters' April Reading Challenge

I really enjoyed the March challenges. Five challenges (three books and two activies) was just about right for me. I hope you join my sister Charity and I for the April Reading Challenges. We'll give some examples, but you can choose whatever books you want to fit these categories.

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1. Since April is poetry month, read from a book of poetry.

    Examples: A.A. Milne, Emily Dickinson  


2. Read a biography or autobiography.

    Examples: A Chance to Die: The Life and Legacy of Amy Carmichael by Elisabeth Elliot 

    Truman by David McCullough

3. Read a fairy tale or a retelling of a fairy tale.   

    Examples: Beauty by Robin McKinley

    Ella Enchanted by Gail Carson Levine

4. Celebrate spring by reading in a park.

5. Share a poem with a friend by a card, email, text, or social media.

Have fun with these reading challenges!


  1. This looks doable! I'll join you this month.
    I enjoy seeing what you read, it gives me future reading material. Thanks, Beth

    1. I love getting ideas from you all too.

  2. Oh I think I can do this! I'm going to like this one!

  3. I'm joining in. This looks fun! Just since reading this email I read the Beauty book on kindle. I had never read this fairy tale before. I really loved it.

    1. I love that book. It is such a sweet retelling of the fairy tale.

  4. I can't thank Charity enough for calling my attention to the book "Keep a Quiet Heart" in your last post. I had read it years ago, but pulled it off the shelf again, and it is exactly what I need right now! Thank you!


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