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2020 KHCPL Staff Reading Challenge

In any order, read a book with the following:

  • A book set in the 1800s.
  • A book with a purple spine.
  • A book used in any KHCPL book discussion past or present (Check Beanstack for list).
  • An #ownvoices book. (Hint: Google #ownvoices and NoveList)
  • A book being made into a movie or TV show this year.
  • A book set in Africa.
  • A book featuring money/banks, for MoneySmart week.
  • Any audiobook.
  • Any Ebook.
  • A book with pictures.
  • A book with a one word title.
  • A book published in 2020.
  • A book featured on any bestseller list.
  • A book by 2 or more authors.
  • A short story, novella, essay or poetry collection.
  • A book mentioned in any webinar, podcast, staff training, or email sent to all KHCPL Staff.
  • A book you found by using Novelist or Gale Books and Authors (part of our Gale Databases).
  • A book about books or featuring books.
  • A book with "library," "Howard," "bear," "read," "challenge" or "book" in the title.
  • A book that is inspired by a literary classic, mythology, legends, fairytales, or folktales.
  • A book from any celebrity reading club. (Oprah, Reece, Andrew Luck, etc…)
  • A book told from multiple characters points of view.
  • A book that makes you nostalgic.
  • A book that is part of a series.
  • A book set in a location you have visited or vacationed.
  • A book from a KHCPL book display.

Our patrons are invited to play along on the challenge. Be creative and find books that meet these challenges, and maybe you’ll find a new author or book that you’d never pick up otherwise. The only real rule is to have fun, and compare your finds to what staff is finding and reading.

Staff who are participating will be periodically posting the books they’ve found to meet the challenge as Staff Lists in Bibliocore. Be sure to make an account and follow along! Also, you can download a PDF version of this list here