Spring Reading Challenging

5 Point Tasks
 May 7th is No Pants Day - Read a book with an article of clothing other than pants in the title 
The Boy in the Striped Pajamas
 Read a book with a spring word in the title (sun, warm, rain, flower, bird, etc)
 Read a book with a spring color as the color on the cover (pink, blue, green, yellow)
The Help 
 It is raining out, so read a book while staying dry

Read a book with a number in the title
13 Reasons Why
In honor of spring break, read a book set in a place you would like to visit
The Orange Girl
 Read a book released in April, May, or June of 2010 
 April is National Frog Month, so hop into a book with an animal in the title or about an animal
 Read a book about music.
 In honor of Arbor Day, save a tree and listen to an audiobook or read a book online or through an e-     reader

10 Point Tasks

Read a historical fiction novel
Judge a book by it's cover/title
In honor of spring cleaning, read a book that is on your physical TBR list 
Pick someone you know has different taste in books than you do and read what she chooses for you.
In honor of Cinco de Mayo, read a book written by a Mexican or French author, that has a Mexican or French main character, or takes place in Mexico or France
Like Water for Chocolate by Laura Esquivael
Since series finales will be airing, read a book in a series
Read a non-fiction book
In honor of prom/wedding season, read a book with a dress on the cover, about a graduation or prom, or about a wedding/getting married
Since school is out for the summer, read a book set in high school or college
Read a book about baseball or basketball

15 Point Tasks
Read a book that was mentioned in a book you enjoy
Read a book by an author who was born in the same month as you
On Writing by Stephen King
Read a Pulitzer Prize winner
Read a book from the 1001 Book to Read Before You Die list
Read April, May, or June's book club choice and participate in the discussion
Read a book of your choice, then post a lengthy review on the board and encourage discussion
Opposites attract: read one book in your favorite genre and one book in a radically different genre
Read a book that you have heard a lot about, but have been hesitant to read.  Then post a review of the book, why you hadn't read it, and your thoughts on the book.
Read a non-fiction or fiction book about any religion
The Chosen
Ripped from the headlines: read any book that is similar to or the same as a news headline, or that you think could be possible
25 Points
Read a Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance Book Award Winner and post a 100+ word review (rosenjoe)
Read no more than 15% of books from any one genre (SaraBethBR)
Read a children's (not YA) book and adult book on the same topic and post a comparison as well as which you think covered the topic better. (julie37619)
Read a romance novel featuring a homosexual couple and compare it to traditional, heterosexual romances. (modb1rd)
Read a book by a Canadian author other than Margaret Atwood or L.M. Montgomery. (2bMrsEAB)