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This is the thread to post the books that you’ve read for Read-a-Thon ’09.
Be sure to join before registration closes on June 7th. Visit the sign-up page to register.
Check out the Read-a-Thon site for the all the details.
This thread will open on June 1st, when the Read-a-Thon begins. Until then, keep watching the Incredibooks blog, and stop by the Read-a-Thon questions, comments, and enthusiasm thread to vent your excitement.
Go! The Read-a-Thon is on!
By the way, if you’re seeing this and you haven’t registered yet, don’t worry. You have until June 7th to sign up. That’s not a lot of time, so you probably should go now!
well i spent almost all morning reading a book and finished it.
By Bryan Davis.
The Tale of Despereaux.
Running total: 268
The Castle of Llyr, by Lloyd Alexander: 206 pages. — Likely my favorite of the Prydain Chronicles.
Running Total: 206 pages
Read to my brother.
The McDuff Stories.
Rosemary Wells and Susan Jeffers.
Running total: 366
The Candlestone by Bryan Davis-404 pages
raiseing Dragons By bryan davis.
pages 406, read is 4 times = 1624 pages
Eragon by christopher (can’t pronounce his last name).
total page count: 2677.
WOOHOO!!!MY FIRST POST!!!!even though it’s not very long but hey
Gladys Aylward, by Heros of The Faith pg26
Lunatic by Ted Dekker, 304 pages
Running total: 304
Half Magic by Edward Eager, 192 pages
Running Total: 192 pages
Raising Dragons, by Bryan Davis- 399 pages
The Candlestone, by Bryan Davis- 404 pages
Running Total: 803 pages
Circles of Seven by Bryan Davis-434 pages
Running total: 838 pages
Magic by the Lake by Edward Eager, 190 pages
Running Total: 382 pages
Black by Ted Dekker
432 Pages times 2= 864
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