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Coming up on April 24th: Dewey’s 24-hour-readathon

The Bingo Card is ready!! I love some of these! Oldest book on the TBR? Is that by publication date or time on my TBR or owned the longest? Lots of good ways to interpret that one. The Bostonians (above) has been on my immense Goodreads TBR longer than any other and it is pretty old. (I’m not going to page through the1000 or so books on that list to figure out which one is the oldest by publication date though).

A Book With a Unique Cover–I love great book covers. The Infinite Library (above) not only represents my TBR but has a unique cover! It may be a tad outside my usual comfort zone–that’s often good for a readathon.

Most likely for me though is Books Set in the Spring since I’m reading seasonally this year (in among anything else I chose to read). (See the Spring selections farther down on this post. )

 

It’s time again for Dewey’s 24 Hour Readathon

Read The Beginner’s Guide to Dewey’s Readathon, then go sign up!

Sign up HERE for April 24th’s readathon!

Possible Books For My Readathon Pleasure

 

 

Past Dewey’s Readathon Posts

2020 Dewey’s October Readathon

Dewey’s 24 Hour Reverse Readathon

2019 Readathon

2 thoughts on “Coming up on April 24th: Dewey’s 24-hour-readathon

  1. Hmmmm, yeah oldest on list could be interpreted a few ways. Tackle “The Bostonians” — I’ve never heard of it and would enjoy your review 🙂

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  2. I went out and checked the rules and posts and I am going to give this a go. I like that I can use the same book for more than one square and the other activities look fun. Thanks Lisa.

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