I have a feeling this would be my final post for the 24 Hour Dewey Readathon, it’s been such a blast and something tells me I now need to update my April Calendar for our 365 Book Project here in GatheringBooks what with all the books I was able to read thanks to this readathon.
Ok, first things first let me do a round-up of all books read for the Dewey Readathon:
- You can’t take a balloon into the Museum of Fine Arts by Jacqueline Preiss Weitzman and Robin Preiss Glasser
- You can’t take a balloon into the National Gallery by Jacqueline Preiss Weitzman and Robin Preiss Glasser
- Anno’s Spain by Mitsumasa Anno
- The Mysteries of Harris Burdick by Chris van Allsburg
- Anno’s USA by Mitsumasa Anno
- Anno’s Britain by Mitsumasa Anno
- Museum Trip by Barbara Lehman
- Clown by Quentin Blake
- A Small Miracle by Peter Collington
- The Midnight Circus by Peter Collington
- The Boy, the Bear, The Baron the Bard by Gregory Rogers
- Whodunnit by Caroline Browne and Helen Cresswell
- Ben’s Dream by Chris van Allsburg
- The Arrival by Shaun Tan
- The Silver Pony by Lynd Ward
- Chapters 13-18 from Stieg Larsson’s The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (98 pages read)
- Introduction Meme by Shesten from I Heart Monster
- Where in the World are you Challenge hosted by Shesten from I Heart Monster
- Collaborative Story Mini Challenge hosted by Tracy Marchini
- Oldies but Goodies Mini-Challenge by A Literary Odyssey
- Five Book Habits hosted by At Random
- Mid-event Survey which I failed to link on time but can be found here.
- Now all we need is a Theme song by Vamps R Us.
- Classic/Paranormal Tome Challenge by Stiletto Storytime
- Character Crush Mini-challenge as hosted by J.D. Montague’s Hungry Garden Chronicles
- Movie Madness Mini Challenge as hosted by J.D. Montague’s Hungry Garden Chronicles
- Picturrific Mini challenge which I posted here.
Prizes Received: NIL. Hahaha. It was a great deal of fun though. Would probably join again next year. I like the structure and the dynamism of the Dewey read-a-thon. Was also able to get to know quite a number of new blogs as well. Always good to link up with fellow bibliophiles.