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Spring Reading Thing 2010

Yes, it's true. I'm joining another challenge. But this one isn't like the others! The Spring Reading Thing just requires me to make a list of the books I'll read during the season of Spring, and read them. That's it. So I'm including books that will help me meet my other challenge goals and this will just be an added incentive to finish them by June 20th. I'm leaving space to read a few additional publisher reviews as well.

Here's a list of the books I plan to read from March 20 - June 20, 2010:
The book club, Local Authors and Birth Year books will also apply to the Support Your Local Library Challenge, since I plan to borrow most of those from the library.


    1. Not My Daughter by Barbara Delinsky is on my TBR list too. Happy reading this spring!

    2. While I've never read it, my sisters-in-law have. Have your kleenex ready for The Glass Castle. They enjoyed it very much but said it sad.

    3. Sounds like your in some interesting reading challenges. Enjoy working through them!

    4. Looks like a great list! I have wanted to read The Glass Castle. Have fun reading this Spring!

    5. Looks like you're reading books for a lot of reasons! I especially like that you're reading a local author. Great idea!

      ~Mimi @ Woven by Words

    6. Great list! Have a great spring reading!

    7. The Piano Teacher is pretty good. Not My Daughter is on my wish list. You have a great spring reading list. Enjoy!

    8. Looks good, Julie! The only book from your list that I've read is Rebecca, but I've seen very good reviews for The Glass Castle and Not My Daughter.

      Enjoy your reading, and thanks for being part of the challenge!

    9. I found you through the hop.
      Kelly Bookend Diaries


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