A to Z Reading Challenge 2018

Goal: 1 book for each letter of the alphabet (I'm focusing on kids books)

A - Amahl and the Night Visitors adapted by Frances Frost, illustrated by Roger Duvoisin (January)
B - The Box of Delights by John Masefield (January)
C - The Cartoonist by Betsy Byars (March)
D - The Dark is Rising by Susan Cooper (January)
E - Ellen Grae by Bill and Vera Cleaver (April)
F - A Fine White Dust by Cynthia Rylant (February)
G - A Girl Called Al by Constance C. Greene (March)
H - Hamlet and Cheese by Megan McDonald (February)
I - I Know You, Al by Constance C. Greene (April)
J - Jacob Have I Loved by Katherine Paterson
K - Keeping the Moon by Sarah Dessen
L - Lucky Enough by Fred Bowen (February)
M - Meaning Well by Sheila Cole (February) 
N - Nighty-Nightmare by James Howe
O - On the Fence by Kasie West 
P - Password to Larkspur Lane by Carolyn Keene (February)
Q - Queenie Peavy by Robert Burch
R - Running Through Sprinklers by Michelle Kim (April)
S - Sunny by Jason Reynolds (April)
T - Thatcher Payne-in-the Neck by Betty Bates (February)
U - Until Tomorrow, Mr. Marsworth by Sheila O'Connor (April) 
V - The Vanderbeekers and the Hidden Garden by Karina Yan Glaser (September)
W - Witness by Karen Hesse (January)
X - The Xed Out X-Ray by Ron Roy 
Y - Your Old Pal, Al by Constance G. Greene
Z - Zucchini by Barbara Dana (April)


  1. So exciting to see a kid version! We will be too :)

  2. Is there a certain age bracket for the kids books.

    1. Not that I saw, but I haven't looked that carefully yet.