Welcome to the first Quilchena Reading Challenge of 2020-2021!
As we all know, September was a bit different this year and my focus was elsewhere so I wasn’t able to publish a reading challenge last month. We will start with the October challenge and now that our routines are beginning to settle in, we can all get back to our reading.
The Quilchena Reading Challenges are for all students, teachers, and parents. The categories are designed to be applicable to any and all reading levels. As a reader, you get to choose how long, how hard, and in what format the books are to complete this challenge. I trust you to make good choices for yourself.
Start Something New
Even though it’s not September anymore, we are still settling into this slightly different newness of a school year. This month, take an opportunity to embrace new things and read something new, all from the comfort of a familiar, cozy reading spot.
- A book about a subject (like an animal) you know nothing about.
2. A story or non-fiction book about a refugee or immigrant experience.
- The first book in a series.
- A story or non-fiction book about or set during autumn.
- A book of short stories (you don’t have to read all of them.)