Who’s ready to binge on new juvenile and YA titles for the next four months?
Me, me, me! 🙂
(If you’ve no idea what I’m talking about, you can read all about it here.)
This is the third year for the Armchair Cybils, and I’m growing more excited by the day about them. Here’s how this little challenge works:
The Armchair Cybils challenge is a challenge hosted by yours truly here at Hope Is the Word. I thought it would be really fun to play along and read as many of the Cybils nominated titles as I can during the Cybils judging period, which runs from October 15 (or before, but this is the date when the nominations are closed) until February 14, and I’d love for you to join me! For more information about the Cybils, this post explains it better than I ever could.
This is how the Armchair Cybils challenge will work:
- Read as many or as few of the Cybils nominated titles as you care to and write up your thoughts on your blog. You can do this on a title-by-title basis or in one big ol’ post–it’s up to you!
- Come back here on the following dates to link up your Armchair Cybils posts:
- October 15 — your “I’m participating!” post
- November 15–reviews
- December 15–reviews
- January 1–shortlist thoughts
- January 15– reviews and thoughts
- February 14–reviews and thoughts about the winners
So, how do you find out which books have been nominated? Here you go:
- Book Apps
- Easy Readers/Early Chapter Books
- Elementary/Middle Grade Speculative Fiction
- Young Adult Speculative Fiction
- Fiction Picture Books
- Graphic Novels
- Middle Grade Fiction
- Elementary and Middle Grade Nonfiction
- Young Adult Nonfiction
- Young Adult Fiction
This challenge is in no way affiliated with the official Cybils awards, other than being hosted by an extremely excited fan of the whole process.