Hello Read-A-Thoners! We’re so glad you’ve chosen to join us for a day of reading! (If you don’t know what we’re talking about, check out our blog post about it, then go on over the Dewey’s Read-A-Thon and sign up to join us!)
Have you ever loved a book so much you didn’t want the story to end? We feel that way about a LOT of books! So your Reading Rainbow mini-challenge, should you choose to accept it, is this:
Share a book that you didn’t want to end, and what you think the title of the sequel would be!
This challenge is for ALL ages and ANY level book, from picture books to classic novels. If you loved it, it counts! But the challenge is only open for 24 hours—until October 18, 2015, 5am (PST)—so don’t wait too long to give us your answer!
Give us your response in the comments below or on Twitter. (If you respond on Twitter be sure to tag @ReadingRainbow and use the hashtag #ShouldveBeenASequel.) We’ll choose one participant to receive a prize package with a classic episode of Reading Rainbow on DVD, and a copy of LeVar Burton’s children’s book, The Rhino Who Swallowed A Storm!
Good luck and Keep Reading!
UPDATE: Thank you to everyone who participated in Dewey’s 24-Hour Readathon, and to everyone who joined in our mini-challenge! It was VERY difficult to choose just one winner from all the clever and fun replies we received. Our winner is Kay from Twitter:
“@dbookdarling: 1 of my fav books as a kid was the Stinky Cheese Man! Sequel: Even more fairly stupid tales😸#ShouldveBeenASequel #readathon @readingrainbow”
Thank you again to everyone who participated. We can’t wait to do it again in April!