Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Holiday Break Reading Challenge for 2011-2012

As mentioned before, this year the Holiday Break Reading Challenge will be hosted at Edifying and Edgy. So, from now on I'll be using this blog to post my entries/examples for the different activities. I'll post them here and then link to them in the official post on E&E to use for examples.

Thursday, September 1, 2011

Hello Holiday Break Reading Challenge Followers.  I just wanted to let everyone know that this year my friend Julie and I will host this Event together over at Edifying and Edgy.  It will work pretty much the same way as in the past.  It just has a new home now.  Start making plans now.  It starts on December 16th, 2011 and ends on January 1st, 2012.

Monday, January 3, 2011

Mark Your Calendar - Next Year's Holiday Break Reading Challenge Is Scheduled

December 16, 2011 - January 1, 2012

If you enjoyed this Holiday Break Reading Challenge be sure to spread the word and make not of the dates so you can join us again next year.

Sunday, January 2, 2011

Activity #17 Winner

Congratulations to Courtney H from Another Time Suck. She is the winner of the Activity #17 Challenge. Courtney-please email me at karinlibrarian@gmail.com with your prize choice and mailing address.

Random Review Post Winner

Congratulations to Annette. She is the winner of the Random Book Review post. Here is her review. Annette-email me at karinlibrarian@gmail.com with your prize choice and mailing address.

Post Your Reviews

Today is the last day to link your reviews on the Holiday Break Reading Challenge Reviews page. Remember, I'll be choosing a random review at the end of the day. LINK LINK LINK.

Activity #17 Collage of Books Read In 2010

Okay everyone, let's see who managed to complete this task. Just in case you missed the post from Tuesday giving you advance notice, here is what you need to do today.

Create a collage using all the book covers from the books you read in 2010.  I know, I know!!!! I'm crazy!!!  You can do this any way you want.  You can print out the book covers and cut and paste them on a poster board and take a picture of it.  Or, you can do it all on the computer. OR, if you have all the books in your home you can just lay them out on the floor in a collage and take a picture of that.  Whatever works for you.  Get crackin' and get creative!

Here is my collage:
Use Mr. Linky below to link your beautiful collage post so we can see what you created.

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