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Read More in 2024 Book Challenge

 

Forget about the "New Year, New Me" incentive for 2024. We love you just the way you are and want to help encourage the growth of that spirit for 2024! We're kicking off the New Year, by hosting a reading challenge, with a new theme each month — follow along with us or buy ahead/catch up. You can join anytime throughout the year — come December, participants who purchased books from us in those 12 categories will be entered into a drawing for bookish prizes. 

 

How to Play:

Stop by CoffeeTree Books to get a custom bookmark with the year's themes and space for tracking your reads, sign up for the challenge, and return your finished reading log when you're done. Prize winners will be announced in December 2024.

 

Happy New [reading] Year!

July Reading Challenge

July is a month of celebration for our country's freedoms, which has us in a nostalgic state of mind. As such, we're digging into history with fiction or nonfiction titles.

 

Check out our in-store display for historical fiction and nonfiction books as well as staff picks! (BONUS: Buy a staff pick and save 10%.)

June Reading Challenge

June is Pride Month. Show your Pride with this month's book challenge: a book written by and/or about members of the LGBTQIA+ community.

May Reading Challenge

May is Mystery Month and to mark this annual celebration, this month's book challenge is to solve a mystery by reading one.

April Reading Challenge

 

April is National Poetry Month and to honor this annual milestone, this month's book challenge is to read a book of poetry.

March Reading Challenge

 

March is Women's History Month and to honor this annual milestone, this month's book challenge is to read a book by a female author. 

 

February Reading Challenge

February is Black History Month and to honor this annual milestone, this month's book challenge is to read a book by a Black author. Here are few authors to inspire (but there are so many more!):

 

  • Colson Whitehead

  • Roxane Gay

  • Jacqueline Woodson

  • Robert Jones, Jr.

  • Dorothy Roberts

  • Yaa Gyasi

  • Lorraine Hansberry

  • Oyinkan Braithwaite

  • Ashley C. Ford

  • Jason Reynolds

  • Kwame Alexander

  • Ibram X. Kendi

  • Nic Stone

January Reading Challenge

 

Kick off the New Year with a 2023 award-winning book! Here are few book awards worth considering:

 

  • Pulitzer

  • Nobel Prize in Literature 

  • National Book Award

  • Nebula

  • Hugo 

  • The Booker

  • Caldecott

  • Newbery

  • Coretta Scott King

  • Stonewall

  • Lambda Literary

  • Printz

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