It's time to make a giant stack of books. It's time to plan an elaborate meal/snack/beverage menu. It's time for Dewey's 24 Hour Readathon!
Yesterday I talked about my fancy readathon menu. Ha ha, no. It's going to be pizza and chocolate this time around.
Now, it's time to talk BOOKS! The most important part of any readathon is that lovely stack of potential. I craft my list with care. I only stack books that deserve to be called readathon books. I have a strategy that hasn't failed me yet: Graphic novels and short books are my jam.
The Short Books:
I'll be reading The Yellow Wallpaper as part of the very first readathon readalong. (I love saying that.)
I'm hoping to have time to start The Argonauts as well.
The Graphic Novels:
I've been holding onto volumes 2, 3, and 4 of Saga for months in anticipation of the readathon...
The Bonus Books:
I might read some of Pioneer Girl. I've been hoarding that book as if it's the last chocolate bar on earth. (Probably because it's so hard to get.)
Banned books. I'm such a rebel.
What is on your readathon stack?