Spring Break is the perfect time to join the Reading Challenge

Hassenfeld Library’s 2021 Reading Challenge runs through the end of April, and many students have completed it already. If you haven’t started the challenge, Spring Break could be the perfect time to catch up. Click to find out how you can participate and view book recommendations in each category.
By Kate Pritchard, MS/HS Librarian

Students, parents, faculty, staff, and all USN community members are invited to participate in the 2021 Reading Challenge. This year’s Reading Challenge has five categories:

1. A book that was made into (or based on) a movie or TV show (recommendations here)
2. A book with an animal on the cover (recommendations here)
3. A book about food or one with recipes (recommendations here)
4. A book with a number in the title (recommendations here)
5. A buddy read: any book that you and a friend or family member read together (free choice)

Read at least one book in each category by the end of April and turn your tracking sheet in to the library for a chance to win a prize. Any kind of book counts for the challenge: picture books, audiobooks, graphic novels, poetry, cookbooks, and any other type of book you can imagine.

Visit the library’s Reading Challenge page to learn more about how the challenge works, to download a tracking sheet, and to get ideas for books in each category.
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