Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Jumble Your Genres Reading Challenge 2014: April: Middle Grade

So this year Readers Live A Thousand Lives, Corrie The Book Crazed Girl, and Lovin' Los Libros have teamed up to host the Jumble Your Genres Reading Challenge! For this challenge, the goal is to mix up the genres/categories we read. We have all had those times when we have gotten stuck in the genre/category we are currently reading and read nothing else for a while. The goal here is to mix that up! Each month we will feature a different genre/category and the goal is to read and review one book or more in that genre/category during that month. This month we are focusing on Middle Grade. If you want to find out more and join in, go sign up here.


So when I had to pick my favorites for this month, I realized I don't read much Middle Grade, so I am looking forward to mixing things up. Here are some of my favorites though:


For the challenge this month I plan to read The Mark of Athena by Rick Riordan. I am really excited to get back to this series!






8 comments:

  1. I want read the Harry Potter Series so far! I've seen the movies, and enjoyed them, but I know that the books are always better than the movies! I love fantasy/paranormal reads! I can't wait to see what you think of The Mark of Athena!

    Lindy@ A Bookish Escape

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  2. AH! Harry Potter *high fives*

    I am so read to start the Percy Jackson series :D And I love your pick!

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  3. I have to do some digging on this one to see what book I want to read...I used to love Aliens Ate My Homework, maybe I can do that one or Doll Bones by Holly Black...

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  4. I love Rick Riordan books. I hope you enjoy.

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  5. I'm such a Rick Riordan fangirl! :D I love all his series! I'm excited for you to read Mark of Hades! :D

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  6. I adore this challenge, and I can't wait to hear what you think about this book; but you and I know one kiddo in particular who's going to be wanting to talk to you about this when you finish! lol Awesome choice *smoosh*

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    1. Haha when I picked that book I thought of her, I knew she would be my go to when I needed to discuss!

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  7. My daughter recently finished The Mark of Athena and loved it! (she was waaay behind my other two kids reading it ;) I'm thinking of reading The Total Tragedy of a Girl Named Hamlet. :)

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