Read Harder

Read Harder

Are you up for new reading challenges?

Book Riot has cooked up a new challenge this year, and you can keep up all year long with blogs, lists, and links that will help you Read Harder!

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Lists, Reviews, and Blog Posts

Read Harder: Card Masonry Block - Lists & Reviews

I wonder if Read Harder challenge fatigue is setting in? I am off to a slow start this year both in my reading and writing about the books.
Here are fiction and nonfiction that are either set in space or about it by authors of color. Bon voyage!
If you don't like blood and guts but still want a good case to solve, cozy mysteries are right up your alley.
Are you doing the Read Harder challenge this year? Here are a some humor books you can find right here at PCPL! The best way to read humor…
Love is in the air, but we've only got so much time to read this week! Let's make it count with some comics!
Are you participating in the Read Harder Challenge this year? Here's a collection of self-published books you can get right here at PCPL!
If you're taking the Read Harder challenge, these books are set across the world! Here's a list written by authors from Oceania. Enjoy!
Here are some titles, recommended by the staff of the Eckstrom-Columbus Library, that we think you may enjoy!
Part of the 2019 Read Harder Challenge? Here's the scoop! This list is full of fiction and nonfiction titles by or about journalists.
Peruse this list! A mix of non-fiction and novels by a trans or non-binary author.
The 2019 winners of the Michael L. Printz, YALSA, and other awards for teens and young adults, chosen by library staff across America
After you've read manga and a cozy mystery, check off your next challenge by reading books that were written by the authors while in prison.
Working on the Read Harder Challenge? Here's a list of books written by a woman and/or author of color that won a literary award in 2018!
This list of international favorites by women authors are translated from their original languages.
"Neurodiversity" is respecting neurological differences as part of the human experience. All these books feature neurodiverse characters!
Working on the Read Harder Challenge this year? Here are some options for comics—with and without superheroes—with queer creators.
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