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Last Updated: Jan 12, 2017 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Read the World Challenge Instructions

Challenge rules 
  • Come visit the library to sign up and get your very own passport and (optional) passport photo.
  • Read a book from the Read The World LibGuide OR a book by an author originally from a country.  Check with a librarian if you need help!
  • Submit your title below (via the Google form), and come to the library to collect your continent passport stamp and pin for the world map
  • If you complete the passport challenge, you will be invited to a fiesta at the end of the year!  (7 Continents/7 Books/7 Passport stamps + Bonus for outer space = 1 Ticket to a Global Fiesta!)
  • Students, Faculty, and Staff are all invited to participate!  
  • For Global Ed Credit: submit a review of each title with a quotation demonstrating a lesson, who you would recommend it to, and what new perspectives were gained by you or the author
  • You may not read a book from your home country for credit!
  • Books with a  are geared toward middle school readers.

Read the World: Tell Us About It!

Have you read a book for the 'Read the World' Challenge? We want to know about it.

Fill out this Google Form and then come to the circulation desk for a stamp in your Passport!

7 Stamps means a party for you!


Read the World


Suggest a Book

See a country that doesn't have a book representing it? Fill out this Google Form and suggest one. We'd love to add it to our list.


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