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2013 Non-Fiction Challenge

The Challenge:  Read any non-fiction book(s), adult or young adult.That's it. You can choose anything. Memoirs? Yes. History? Yes. Travel? Yes. You get the idea? Absolutely anything that is classified as non-fiction counts for this challenge. 

Dilettante--Read 1-5 non-fiction books

Explorer--Read 6-10 

Seeker--Read 11-15

Master--Read 16-20

This challenge will last from January 1 to December 31, 2013. You can sign up anytime throughout the year.



I read a mild amount of non-fiction, so I'll try for at least 1 non-fiction book a month.
Guess that makes me a "Seeker".




1. Readers Digest Treasury of Joy and Inspiration
2. Home Workout - DK Canada Publishing
3. Chicken Soup for the Soul: Family Caregivers
4. Get Started Pilates - Anya Hayes
5. Writers' Devotions To Go - LeAnn Campbell
6. Diva Delights Devotions To Go - Marilyn Nutter
7. Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Magic of Mothers and Daughters
8. Complete Painting and Drawing Handbook
9. Around the World Cookbook - Abigail Johnson Dodge
10. The Big Book of Things to Make
11. Lead Your Family Like Jesus - Blanchard, Hodges & Goyer

Completed March 27, 2013.

12. Secrets to a Creative Mind - David Judd Nutting
13. The Kitchen Garden Cookbook
14. Running Away To Home - Jennifer Wilson
15. Reader's Digest: Stories In Uniform
16. Real Mom's Devotions To Go
17. On My Knees - Periel Aschenbrand
18. Cougar Football Cookbook - Holly Mendenhall
19. Kotowaza: Useful Japanese Proverbs & Sayings
20. The Romney Family Table Cookbook - Ann Romney
21. Pies Sweet and Savory
22. Dog Encyclopedia
23. Lucky Man - Michael J. Fox
24. AARP 2013 Almanac
25. Art That Changed The World
26. The Slow Cooker Cookbook
27. The List Lover's Guide to Jane Austen - Joan Strasbaugh

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