6 month fairytale challenge

I know I should learn to resist, but so many reading challenges are too good to pass up. Here’s the latest commitment!

The 6 month fairytale challenge

“November 1st – May 1st
Rules:
– Read a book that fit each item below
– To complete the challenge you need to read all items
– In case your reading speed makes it impossible for you to read every item or you cannot find the books suitable for the listed items, you can skip some.
– However, please make sure that you read at least 2 items from each category

Little Red Riding Hood
1. Read a book red cover or cover with a person wearing hoodie
2. Read a book about road trip or traveling long distance (Cross-country, outer space…)
3. Read a paranormal book (vampires, werewolves, aliens…)
4. Read a book about betrayal or cheating
5. Read a book that the character is seriously sick

Jack and the Beanstalk
1. Read a book that main character’s name starts with letter J or B
2. Read a book with trees, flowers, or green cover
3. Read a book about mythical creatures, such as Pegasus, giants, mermaids…
4. Read a book about poverty or character having financial problems
5. Read a book whose main character is having one or no parent

Three Little Pigs
1. Read a book about farmers or cowboys
2. Read a book about bullying
3. Read a book about family drama
4. Read a book with animal on the cover or whose character is a vegetarian
5. Read a dystophian book

Hansel and Gretel
1. Read a fantasy book (magic, time traveling or fallen angels)
2. Read a book with candy, cake or pie on the cover
3. Read a book about abusive relationship, whose character is being neglected or a book from a debut author
4. Read a book whose main character is brainy or nerdy or read a sci-fi book
5. Read a book about people surviving tragedy or in horror genre or a tear jerking book

The Ugly Duckling
1. Read a book with sea, river on the cover or a book with blue cover
2. Read a coming of age book
3. Read a book whose main character is being homeless or a suspense book
4. Read a book whose main character is having low self-esteem or is unattractive
5. Read a book whose main character is being adopted or having step-parent”

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