Saturday, December 29, 2007

Decades Challenge

Another day, another challenge! This one will REALLY challenge me to read some different kinds of books. Man I love books, and reading, and challenges!! It is hosted by 3M author of, 1 more chapter.

Here are the rules:

The rules are simple:

1. Read a minimum of 8 books in 8 consecutive decades in ‘08.

2. Books published in the 2000’s do not count.

3. Titles may be cross-posted with any other challenge.

4. You may change your list at any time.



So, without much further ado,... my list:

From the 1900's~~Five Children and It (E. Nesbit) --Completed

From the1920's~~So Big (Edna Ferber) Completed

From the 1930's~~The Good Earth (Pearl S. Buck)-Completed

From the 1940's~~A Tree Grows in Brooklyn (Betty Smith)--Completed

From the1950's~~The Grass Harp (Truman Capote)-Completed
alternate: A Death in the Family (James Agee)

From the 1960's~~Island of the Blue Dolphins (Scott O'Dell)-Completed

From the 1970's~~Princess Bride (William Goldman)--Completed

From the 1980's~~The Color Purple (Alice Walker) Completed

Ready...set...go!

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5 comments:

Karen said...

This looks like fun. I must be a 20s, 30s, 40s soul. I loved The Good Earth and So Big is one of my all time favorites. A Tree Grows in Brooklyn has been on my TBR list for ages.

I'm in two book clubs and doing the In Their Shoes Challenge. This looks so tempting! Looking forward to your reviews this year.

Stacy at Exceedingly Mundane said...

Wow, this one would be so hard for me! You've chosen some really good books though, and a very "varied" list :) Happy Reading!

annie said...

Fun challenge. I love to read, just can't find the time right now. I don't mind, I know that my reading "season" will come :o).
blessings~
Annie

Joyful Days said...

You are making me tired just reading your lists!! LOL! That's a lot of tea, coffee and hot chocolate--because I have to have something to sip with reading!!

3M said...

Welcome to the challenge. I hope you have a great 2008!

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