No matter how old are you, there is always a place to read children’s literature. What I love about children’s book is that they can give you something when you read them as a child, and they can give you some other things when you read them as an adult.
At 2013, I made a children’s literature reading challenge which including young adults on the list (I used WHO criteria). Now, I’m going to make a more specific project of children’s literature, called Children’s Literature Reading Project (CLRP), hopefully much simpler without losing its fun. All you have to do are :
1. Put the CLRP button above on the sidebar of your blog (you can just copy the image from this blog).
3. Make a list of children’s book you want to read in the following 3 (three) years. You may start from 10, 15, 25, 50, or as many as you can manage. You can always change your list, just set your own goal. After that, don’t forget to put your link in the link tool below. (This is my list)
4. Your list is your guide. Every time you finish your book, make a review then put the link on your book list, so you can control your pace. There are no specific format or rules for the reviews.
5. You can make annual or 6-months progress post, just to make sure that everything is running well. And then, put your progress post in the provided link tool (will be updated later).
You can start making list anytime you’re convenient, don’t forget to set up a specific date on your post (e.g., 13 Jan 2014 – 12 Jan 2017). This is (wishfully) a life-time project, so it’s never too late to sign-up. Once you’ve reached your target, you can set a new target, and so on. There may be some events or giveaways for this reading project’s participants, follow this blog to keep updated.
Let’s start reading and stay young forever 😉