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Vikings Read More Challenge and Book Club

The purpose of the Vikings Read More Challenge & Book Club is to provide the SJR State community with an opportunity to address wellness, belonging, community building, and campus culture through reading and meaningful discussions.

Read 12 Books in a Year by Reading 1 Book a Month

Each month has a focus but you pick the book! 

Pick up a tracker at the Library or print your own!  

January: Mental Health

February: Social Justice & Civil Rights

March: History

April: Self Improvement

May: Culture & Diversity Studies

June: Fiction

July: Physical Health

August: Communication & Relationships

September: Politics & Power

October: Environment & Nature 

November: Belief Systems- Religion, Spirituality, Moral Codes, & Philosophy

December: Readers Choice!

Track Your Reading!

Challenge Yourself: If you are hoping to read more and don't know where to start then the Vikings Read More Challenge might work for you. Each month is designated with a broad theme- your task is to pick a book and start reading! Not sure what book to choose- visit the pages for each monthly theme for recommendations from the SJR State Library collection. Still not sure? Contact your Bookish Librarian, Brittnee Fisher, for help with selecting a title that works for you! 

Track your reading using this nifty book tracking document that was designed specifically for this challenge! 


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