1. Read a book with a one word title
Some clarification to this task:
The whole entire head cannot be visable. Part of the head may be visible. The head does not have to be visable at all as long as part of the body is visable.
7. Flowers are (finally!) growing: Read a book with a green cover or with "flower" or a specific flower name in the title
10. Read a non-fiction book that isn't a biography or memoir
Deborah and Steven:
Read a book about urban farming, sustainable agriculture, or American food policy (200 pages +, not an audiobook) and grow an edible plant. Post a 100 word response to the book and a picture of your plant. Recipes and photos of what you cook with your plant are encouraged but totally optional. If you can't grow a plant, read at least 3 children's books that are set on a farm or in a garden with a child of the appropriate age and post which one was your favorite, which was the child's favorite and why.
dmlk413: Read a non-fiction book about Africa or the Middle East (history, politics, geography, etc). The book can be about a particular country or the region in general. Post your thoughts on the book and whether or not the book impacted your impressions/opinions regarding this part of the world.
pacfan20: Many NBCers have their Goodreads shelves linked in their siggy. Pick a nestie and read one of her 5-star books and one of her 1-star books (or 2-star if she doesn’t have a 1-star). Report back on which nestie you picked, what you thought of the books and how your ratings compared to the nestie you picked.
Read2me:This task is inspired by a Jeopardy category. You will have to read two books- the last word(s) of one title will be the first word(s) of the second. For example:
anelms: experience a book two ways.
First read a book and then either listen to the audio book, watch the movie based on the book, read the comic book based on the book, etc.
Write a short post on which medium you preferred.