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Read Something New (to You) in 2022

#WeKnowBooks #fcplreads2022

Read along with our reading goals and discover new authors, genres, and formats. Travel the world, celebrate other cultures, and celebrate reading! See a full list of reading goals below. You do not have to read the goals in order. Pick whatever goal fits your reading mood.

FCPL Reads runs from January-December 2022. Read at your own pace and choose the goals that interest you.

FCPL Reads is open to all readers, from kindergarten up through adults. Not sure where to start your reading journey? Check out our curated book lists below or ask your librarian to recommend a title. More book lists coming soon!

*We encourage everyone to log their progress in Beanstack, but you can also use the below paper tracker instead of or in addition to the Beanstack app or website.

 
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August Goal

"Read a book by a Georgia author"

Don't forget to check out our eLibrary, too!

Future Month’s Goals

Previous Month’s Goals

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January Goal

"Read a book to start your new year"

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February Goal

"Read a book by a Black author for Black History Month"

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March Goal

"Read a book in a genre or format you don't normally read"

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April Goal

"Read a book set in a different country"

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May Goal

"Read a book by an Asian or Pacific Islander author for Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month"

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June Goal

"Read a book to feel good about yourself"

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July Goal

"Read a book featuring a character with differing abilities"