February 24, 2014

Winter Reading Games Event 1

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olympicsbanner130Page 32 Writing Prompt

It’s day 1 of the STACKS Winter Reading Games and I am proud to present your first event! Reading competitors, on your mark! Turn to page 32 of the book you are currently reading (or the nearest page with text on it) and find the most entertaining phrase to complete the following sentence:

“It is more fun to read than to ________ !”
For example, my book is Gold Medal Winter, so taking a phrase from page 32, mine would say . . . 


Post your sentence in the Comments so everyone may enjoy! Don’t forget to include the title of the book you are reading. Come back tomorrow and every day this week for a new event in the STACKS Winter Reading Games!

–Sonja, STACKS Staffer

  1. dolphinfairy896

    It is more fun to read then to “Sell this!” The book “Maggie and Oliver” or “A Bone of One’s Own.”

  2. Kimberly

    Puppy Place- Chewy and Chica
    “Looks like Chica had an accident.”
    See what I did? I’m a good girl right? That’s what you said when I did it before.

  3. BookAmber28

    It’s more fun to read than to ‘read the sacred diary’ Dear Dumb Diary: It’s not my fault I know everything sentence 5, page 8.

  4. catbrain205

    This is from the Search for WondLa by Tony DiTezzerli (ages 10 and up): It is more fun to read than “run around freely in the cool, fresh air.

  5. midsummerbook13

    Mine is from a classic series! Okay, here it is:
    It is more fun to read than “gone a nasty greenish color.” from Harry Potter and the chamber of secrets.

  6. Elle

    It is more fun to read than too… jerk your head towards the woods. Page 32 of Fablehaven, by Brandon Mull.

  7. dreamtimedetermined14

    It is more fun to read than to “evacuate the school.” Page 32 of The Name Of This Book Is Secret.

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