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2015 Hub Reading Challenge Check-In #19

2015_reading_challenge_logo “And now, the end is near, and so I face, the final curtain…”

OK, that’s hokey, but apt! The end is very near indeed! Tonight at 11:59 PM EDT the 2015 Hub Reading Challenge wraps up. If you took part and completed it, be sure to fill out the form below before 11:59 PM tonight so you will get credit AND be eligible to win our random drawing for a YALSA tote bag full of 2014 and 2015 YA literature. If the winner is a teacher or librarian or something similar, we will also toss in a few professional development titles!

Everyone who completes the Challenge will receive an elite digital badge to show off online. And if you completed it – well done!! That is a lot of reading and listening. I hope you enjoyed yourself and that you broadened your reading horizons; perhaps explored some genres you don’t normally venture into.  I didn’t actually hit 25 books myself, but just by taking part, I read some titles that I would otherwise never have even looked at!

We are still working on contacting all finishers, so don’t worry if you haven’t gotten your badge yet. Please feel free to use the comments here to tell the Hub what you enjoyed most about this year’s challenge, as well as what didn’t really work for you. Please share what books you loved and what books you didn’t love. If you’d rather email us that information, that works too. Don’t forget you can still peruse the #hubchallenge hashtag on social media to see what other folks have been doing, challenge-wise.

Thank you so very much for taking part in the 2015 Hub Reading Challenge! We hope you enjoyed yourself and that you’ve found some new authors and genres to dive into for the rest of the year. 

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  1. Jenna Griffith Jenna Griffith

    I finished my 24th and 25th books of the challenge list this weekend. I can say that overall the nonfiction books on the list were the real standouts for me this year and the graphic novels were some of my least favorites. I reviewed my books at goodreads under the handle of jmrunninglib.

  2. Justine Johnson Justine Johnson

    Down to the wire but FINISHED with a couple graphic novels and #25- Everything I Never Told You. Thank you to the Hub Challenge organizers! This was the first challenge I completed, and I read several books I probably would not have picked up on my own. I’ll be back to do it again next year!

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