Reading Through The Seasons

Reading Through The Seasons over at Book Dragon’s Lair caught my eye because I’ve always wanted to do something special to mark the changing of the seasons and this seems to be a great way to do it. You commit to reading four books, one for each season, and each book must have the name of one of the four seasons in its title.

I thought I would take it a step further and actually read four books for each season, one each month of the season (thing is, winter starts late in December, four days before Christmas late, yuck). But, I give myself freedom to change my mind later if I’m not turning up enough winter books to taste, since that’s what I’m starting with. Three more months of winter, how depressing! At least I will have books to cheer me up with.

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  • Girls in Pants: The Third Summer of the Sisterhood by Ann Brashares
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4 Responses to Reading Through The Seasons

  1. Bitsy
    12:19 pm on December 2nd, 2009

    Sure, you can borrow the buttons if you want!

    That’s an idea, instead of stressing about reading two books in overlapping months just read one book for the new season. It would take care of the stress of reading a Winter book at the end of next December too! I will have to play with that, I’m not really committing to anything yet because I’m waiting to see how it all plays out.

    I’m visiting with family now, but as soon as I get home I’m going to raid my library to see what books I can turn up. I’m looking forward to it!

  2. Tina
    11:24 am on December 2nd, 2009

    What beautiful buttons, and what a great idea…I’m not sure I could find three for every season, but it sure would be fun to look. I’m doing this one too, so I’m looking forward to seeing what you’re reading? May I ‘borrow’ your buttons if I link to you?

  3. Sandra Stiles
    9:33 am on January 1st, 2010

    Beautiful Buttons. I am doing 4 books for adults and 4 books for young adults. To find them I typed the season into my library catalog, made a list and then looked the description up on Amazon. The hazard of this is you find more and more books to read.

  4. Gnoe (on Graasland)
    8:44 am on February 9th, 2010

    OMG those buttons are gorgeous! Did you make them? I would almost join because of them 😉 But for now I can’t join anymore challenges — I went a bit overboard last year : Good luck with your extended goals!

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