Dewey Read-a-Thon Mini-Challenges: Hours 13-24

Read-a-Thon: Hour 14 Mini-Challenge "Share a quote"

"This idea, it wrap around me like a warm blanket, it settle my shaking bone, it calm my heart, and I understand. All the time you fighting, you think only of how to survive. All the time you survive, you wonder why you don't die. But now my life can be something different. Now, in America, I don't have to fight. I don't have to survive. I can chose a new thing: to live."
Never Fall Down by Patricia McCormick p. 208

Read-a-Thon Hour 16 Mini-Challenge Turn the Page

For this challenge, you must turn to page 32 of the book you are currently reading (or the nearest page with text on it) and find the most entertaining phrase to complete the following sentence:"I would rather read than ________ any day!"

I would rather read than have my History of American Foreign Policy double lecture in the afternoon any day.

From Love and Other Perishable Items by Laura Buzo p.32

Read-a-Thon: Hour 17 Mini-Challenge "Six Word Celebration"

Your challenge is to creative a six-word celebration of Dewey's Read-a-Thon.

Dewey Read? Books Open 24 Hours

1 comment:

  1. Great quote! And great job hanging in there! You know what they say about when the going gets tough...caffeine!