People need to stop devising interesting reading challenges. I’m like the moth to the flame here.
My involvement: I don’t think I’ll do everything for the challenge, but I’ll try maybe for Biodiversity Bonanza: one book from each sub-challenge. For sure, my recent library pick-up Grail Bird will help meet the Bye-Bye (books about endangered species) sub-challenge.
Bye-Bye: The Grail Bird: Hot on the Trail of the Ivory-Billed Woodpecker by Tim Gallagher [review]
Biomes: Swampwalker’s Journal: A Wetlands Year by David M. Carroll [review]
Back Yard: City of Trees by Melanie Choukas-Bradley [review]
8 responses to “2010 Biodiversity Challenge”
This sounds like such a fun challenge!
I apologize for making the challenge so enticing. 😉 Enjoy the Biodiversity Bonanza!
darn you! *shakes fist* 🙂
I know what you mean about challenges. They totally suck you in. . . and so I will go check out this one, knowing full well that I have no will power.
I’m unable to say no to challenges too. And now you’ve reminded me of Grail Bird. Argh! I think that one is on my shelves which means I can potentially upgrade my participation. Just what I needed! 😛
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