The perfect addition to any personal library, To Read or Not to Read encourages readers of all genres to immerse themselves in a classically illustrated reading journal complete with DIY book review pages and inspirational reading lists. To Read or Not to Read allows readers to step into the book critic role and determine which books to recommend, and which ones to skip based on their reflections throughout the journal. It includes a "How Bookish Are You?" quiz and spotlights on authors such as Flannery O'Connor and Frederick Douglass, whose published works have greatly influenced the combined spheres of faith and literature.
With additional fun facts and helpful conversation starters for literary discussions, this journal will become the signature accessory at book clubs, on nightstands, and on every book lover's shelf.
|Publisher:||The Crown Publishing Group|
|Product dimensions:||5.82(w) x 7.23(h) x 0.68(d)|
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Once you learn to read, you will be forever free. —Frederick Douglass
As all book lovers know, few things in life are as enjoyable as getting lost in a good book. Even more thrilling is the prospect of new books to discover and enjoy. Thus, we have created To Read or Not to Read: A Literary Journal for the Book Lover’s Soul so you can log and review your current reads as well as discover new books and authors to add to your TBR pile. In addition, there are many other fun features, including quizzes, space to jot down quotes, a list of book-related holidays, and more. Other special features include:
MY TOP PICKS—record your favorite authors, characters, literary crushes, and more
AUTHOR SPOTLIGHTS—learn about six lesser-known authors who have influenced the Christian faith
LITERARY MATCHUPS—select your personal preferences from several fun lists
A DIY TABLE OF CONTENTS—write in the books you review for easy reference
No matter your preferred genre, you’ll find countless suggestions for your reading pleasure. We hope this journal becomes a treasured keepsake that allows you to remember the books that have influenced you.