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2016 Reading Assignment Challenge

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I have Chosen level 4, 4 books a month here is my list –

January –

All for One by Ryne Douglas Pearson

Winter by Marissa Meyer

Galgorithm by Karo

Even the Moon has Scars by Steph Cambell

February –

Scent of Triumph by Jan Moran

Art of Baking Blind by Sarah vaughan

Evening Chorus by Helen Humphreys

The Paper Cowboy by Kristin Levine

March –

Model Misfit by Holly Smale

Jessie Belle by Jennifer Peel

Eat Pray Love by Elizabeth Gilbert

Her Dragon to Slay Julia Mills

April –

Committed by Elizabeth Gilbert

See no Sea by Roslyn Macfarland

The cinderella princess by Melissa Mclone

Hidden by Catherine Mckenzie

May –

The Queen of Bright and Shiny Things Ann Aquire

Ten Girls to Watch by Christy Shumway

The Alchemist by Paulo Coelo

Dreaming of You by Marie Higgins

June –

To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee

How Not to kiss a Prince by Elizabeth A. Reeves

I’ll See you in your dreams Tony Miller

Jayne Eyre Charlotte Bronte

July –

Ash and Bramble by Sarah Prineas

My Fair Godmother by Janette Rallison

Water for Elaphents by Sara Gruen

Just A summer Romance by Ann M. Martin

August –

The Fault in our Stars by John Green

The Orchard by Theresea Wier

Last First Kiss by Lia Riley

Lesser Prince by Jamie Mcfarlane

September –

Little Women by Louisa May Alcott

Twist by Karen Akins

Love and Diamonds by Amy Mullen

Love Handles by Gretchen Gathway

October –

Lexy Baker Book 7

Lexy Baker Book 8

Lexy Baker Book 9

Lexy Baker Book 10 by Leighann Dobbs

November –

Still Alice by Lisa Genova

The Truth about us by Janet Gurter

Where the Road Takes me Jay Mclean

A Company of Swa s byEva Ibbotson

December –

Christmas to Remember by Jenny Hale

Love Finds You in North Pole Alaska by Loree Lough

Mistletoe and Margaritas by Shannon Stacey

North for Christmas by Christina Dymock

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  • Berls @Fantasy is More Fun January 3, 2016, 9:34 pm

    Woot! I’m so glad you’re joining us : And four books a month, whoa! If you feel like switching around which books you read each month you can, btw, along as they’re a book from this list. So feel free to read July’s book in April and vice versa. Just FYI, in case it gets tough. Good luck!!
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