>The Hogwarts Reading Challenge 2010

>This challenge is being hosted by Bunnitaz at Worth Reading It?.

March 8 2010 to December 13 2010

In the Hogwarts Reading Challenge you are a student of the school. You will be sorted into houses. Each book you read must fit in to the subject of one the classes. You do not have to read books that fit all the subjects. Each book equals one point (toward the house cup).

You must read at least 5 books (audio books counts) before you are enter in to the drawing. At the end of the Challenge one person will win a $25 Amazon Gift Card and one house will win the House Cup (purely a pride thing).

Check back regularly as there will be Mini Challenges. The first Mini Challenge will start on April 2nd. Come back to see what the challenge will be and it’s incentive.

To be eligible to win prizes you must have a blog and sign up using Mr. Linky. Then start a Hogwarts Reading Challenge post and link it back to this post.
****Update you can be eligible for prize if you become a member of I Love Reading Challenges on Shelfari and keep the list of the books you read for this challenge under the Hogwarts Challenge post there. You can also become a fan of the I Love Reading Challenges Facebook fan page and keep you list there as well.

Click here to go to the Sorting Hat. Please be honest. If there are too many in one particular house you may be place into another. So if the Sorting Hat places you in Sytherin you are Sytherin for duration of this challenge.

Reading a Harry Potter book earns you 25 house points.

The Houses
Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw, Slytherin

The Classes

Transfiguration – read any book that has trans or figure in its title, is about shape shifting, has a shape shifter in it, or is about anything having to do with changing one thing into another
Dark Prince by Christine Feehan 3/10/2010

Defence Against the Dark Arts – read any book that has defence(defense), dark and/or art(s) in its title, read any book that is about self defense, war, history of war/marital arts, murder mysteries
Looking For Alaska by John Green 3/19/2010
Hand of Fate by Lis Wiehl 4/05/2010- review
Death By Chick Lit by Lynn Harris  4/15/2010
Trouble in High Heels by Christina Dodd 4/22/2010 
Beautiful Dead: Jonas by Eden Maguire 4/25/2010
The Singer’s Gun by Emily St. John Mandel 5/06/2010- review

Charms – read any book that has charm in its title, any book that deals with gives something or someone a new aspect (for example the nerdy guy become a handsome doctor)
Airhead by Meg Cabot 4/13/2010

Potions – read any book that has potion in its title, cookbooks count but you must cook at least one recipe out of the book

Astronomy – read any book that has astronomy in its title, books about planets, stars, etc, sci-fi
Epitaph Road by David Patneaude 3/8/2010- review 

History of Magic – read any book that has history or magic in its title, books about magic, witches, etc
Brightly Woven by Alexandra Bracken 3/18/2010- review 
Wish by Alexandra Bullen 4/11/2010- review
Jinx by Meg Cabot 4/13/2010
Wicked:Witch by Nancy Holder and Debbie Viguie 5/03/2010 
Wicked:Curse by Nancy Holder and Debbie Viguie 5/05/2010 
Possessed by Kate Cann 5/14/2010- review
Herbology – read any book that has herb in its title, again cookbooks count and again you must cook at least one recipe out of the book

Arithmancy – read any book that has arithmancy in its title, any book with a number in its title, any book that deal with numbers or math

Ancient Runes – read any book that has ancient or runes in its title, books about historical places like the pyramids, Stonehenge, great wall of china, or any book about symbols
The Mummy by Anne Rice 4/10/2010
Divination – read any book that has divine in its title, any book about psychics or psychic abilities, tarot reading etc
Blue is for Nightmares by Laurie Faria Stolarz  3/29/2010
Goddess of the Night by Lynne Ewing 4/06/2010 
Into the Cold Fire by Lynne Ewing 4/07/2010 
Night Shade by Lynne Ewing 4/10/2010 
The Secret Scroll by Lynne Ewing 4/19/2010
Sacrifice by Lynne Ewing 4/21/2010
Wake by Lisa McMann 4/25/2010 
Fade by Lisa McMann 4/26/2010 
Gone by Lisa McMann 5/05/2010- review

Care of Magical Creatures – read any book that has magical or creatures in its title, about supernatural beings
The Iron King by Julie Kagawa 4/18/2010- review 
Tempted by PC Cast & Kristin Cast 5/10/2010 
Hex Hall by Rachel Hawkins 5/11/2010- review
Wages of Sin by Jenna Maclaine 5/14/2010
Muggle Studies – nearly any book works here, what better why to understand Muggle than to read what they read
Cupcake by Rachel Cohn 3/12/2010
Very LeFreak by Rachel Cohn 3/15/2010- review 
Citizen Dick by Richard Arneson 3/24/2010- review
Girl At Sea by Maureen Johnson  3/25/2010
This Side of Heaven by Karen Robards 3/26/2010
Last Night in Montreal by Emily St. John Mandel 3/28/2010- review
Avalon High by Meg Cabot 3/29/2010
Remember Me? by Sophie Kinsella 3/31/2010 
How to Be Popular by Meg Cabot 4/05/2010
Along for the Ride by Sarah Dessen 5/08/2010

The sorting hat placed me in GRYFFINDOR!!! YAY!

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3 Responses to >The Hogwarts Reading Challenge 2010

  1. Nikki says:

    >Thanks for following my blog. Noticed you're in AZ too. I'm in Tempe. Go Gryffindor!

  2. Bunnitaz says:

    >new mini challenge postedhttp://worthreadingit.blogspot.com/2010/07/summer-reading-mini-challenge.html

  3. Bunnitaz says:

    >Hogwarts Challenge is completed and I am adding up points now. Hogwarts Challenge pt2 is coming soon…I am more organized and know what to expect so it will be better with more mini challenges.

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