The 2020 Reading Challenge: The Wizarding World Tour Reading Challenge

This is a Harry Potter themed reading challenge. More information can be found here.

Beauxbatons

—Read a book set in Spain or France

—Read a book set at Christmas

—Read a book from a series with six or more books or the sixth book on your TBR – Halfway to the Grave by Jeaniene Frost 29/02/

—Read a book with blue on the coverWonder Woman: Warbringer by Leigh Bardugo 3/01

—Read a book about or written by someone you respect. 

—Read a book involving horses – A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness 10/01

—Read a book where a character breaks the law. – Everless by Sara Holland 06/03/2020

Castelobruxo

—Read a book set in a tropical climate

—Read a book related to plants

—Read a book that contains a magical creature – Twilight by Stephanie Myer 18/01

—Read a book with a green dust jacket

—Read a book with gold on it

Read a book that includes a troublemakerHard Bitten by Chloe Neill 02/06

—Read a book that was translated into your language

Durmstrang

—Read a book that involves a secret – One of Us Is Lying by Karen M. McManus 05/05

—Read a book related to the cold

—Read a book that is set outdoors – The Fellowship of the Ring by J.R.R. Tolkien 09/04

—Read a book that includes a boat – The Beholder by Anna Bright 04/05

—Read a book with a dark cover

—Read a book featuring a major combat

—Read a book that includes a villain – Friday Night Bites by Chloe Neill 23/02

Hogwarts

—Read a book involving a train

—Read a book that mentions the Harry Potter universe – Twice Bitten by Chloe Neill 18/05

—Read a book set in multiple locations

—Read a book related to art or a poetry book

—Read a book that’s a guilty pleasure

—Fill this prompt when you require a mood read of your choosing! – If I Stay by Gayle Forman 13/04

—Read a book with a gem in the title or on the cover

Ilvermorny

—Read a book set in the northeast United States

—Read a book published in 2020 – Wicked As You Wish by Rin Chupeco 29/01

—Read a book with food on the cover

—Read a book with a body part on the cover – Idiot by Laura Clery 12/01

—Read an own voices book

—Read a book featuring diversity/inclusivity

—Read a book that includes a trip – Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo 16/01

Koldovstoretz

—Read a book by a Russian author

—Read a book involving magic – The Hunter by L.J. Smith 04/04

—Read a book set in a palace

—Read a book related to a serpent – Evermore by Alyson Noel 04/03

—Read a book written in or set in your favorite decade

—Read a book tied to your roots (heritage)

—Read a book involving potions (be creative!)

Mahoutokoro

—Read a graphic novel

—Read a book set in a school – Vampire Rising by Jason Henderson 06/04

—Read a book under 150 pages – What Really Happened in Peru by Cassandra Clare and Sarah Rees Brennan 10/01

—Read a middle grade novel

—Read a book where the dust jacket and cover are different colors

—Read a book involving a sport

—Read a book with an exquisite cover

Uagadou

—Read a book over 450 pages – The Beautiful by Renee Ahdieh 30/03

—Read a book with a moon on the cover

—Read a self-help book

—Read a book that includes an animal

—Read a book where a character follows a dream

—Read a book with a symbol on the cover

—Read a book with a hand on the cover