2011 Reading Challenge: Puerto Rican Young Writers (via ThirtyCreativeStudio)


My beloved reader,

Great ideas must be shared with others, that’s what they are created for. So my friend and author of Thirty Creative Studios have develop a reading challenge, but it is not a typical one. She is challenging herself and you to read at least twelve books written by Puerto Rican authors during 2011, eather in Spanish or English (you choose). So here I leave her post on that topic and hope you share the love and get to know some of our great ‘boricua’ talent (“boricua” is a taino word, another way of calling ourselves, us Puerto Rican). Enjoy, and hope you get on board.

Alexandra Román

2011 Reading Challenge: Puerto Rican Young Writers The 2011 Reading Challenge: Puerto Rican Young Writers is a book reading challenge created to spread Puerto Rican literature outside our 100 x 35 miles island. You can sign up on ThirtyCreativeStudio at any time. ———0000———- A couple of weeks ago I discovered the world of Book Blogs. It is an amazing community filled with incredible knowledge and commitment. I have been impressed with the amount of work and time they put into it. It i … Read More

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4 thoughts on “2011 Reading Challenge: Puerto Rican Young Writers (via ThirtyCreativeStudio)

  1. Saying hi from SITS. This is such a great idea and could be extrapolated to many wonderful different types of challenges for kids, young adults, and adults. Thanks for sharing.

    1. Yes, it could be specially if the kids are being introduce to a new language. Thanks, for stoping Sits friend!!!

  2. This is a really cool idea! I am listening to recordings of literature in Spanish to improve my understanding of the language–and this challenge also sounds great.

    1. Give it a try Margaret, at least one. I’ll try doing one for I’m writing my second book and it need TLC and losts of time. I read this challenge from my dear friend Deb at her blog and it needed to be shared with everyone.

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