Monday, November 1, 2021

Sisters' November Reading Challenge

A new month means a new reading challenge! I'm excited about this November's reading.

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Sisters' November Reading Challenge 

1. Read a book published in the 1800s.

There are so many great book in this category that I either want to read or reread.

Bleak House by Charles Dickens

Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte

Mansfield Park by Jane Austen

2. Read a book about a disability. 

Some examples: 

Joni by Joni Eareckson Tada (quadriplegic)

Fish in a Tree by Lynda Mullaly Hunt (dyslexia) 

Out of my Mind by Sharon M. Draper (cerebral palsy)

Still Alice by Lisa Genova (Alzheimer's) 

3. Read a book about clothes.

Maybe you are groaning and saying that you hate fashion, but think out of the box. What about a book on modesty? Or building a capsule wardrobe? Or a seamstress in a third-world country? 

4. Check a book out of the library for one of these challenges.

You may have lots of books on your shelves, like Charity and me, but we want to encourage support of your local library.

5. Chat with a librarian about their favorite book or ask her for a book recommendation.

Don't know which book to read for one of these challenges.? Your librarian would love to give you suggestions. Most librarians love books and love introducing people to new favorite books. 


  1. I'm so curious as to what you thought about the 1800s book!

  2. If you've not yet chosen your book on clothing, consider reading a book (illustrated) on the history of clothing. I wish I could recall the name of the one I read years ago, but a quick Web search is likely to reveal many suggestions of such books. Whether it's about world clothing or just clothing in the USA, it would be interesting.


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