#SummerSoLit Book Challenge Wrap-Up

So how did we do with #SummerSoLit? Did you make a bingo? As a reminder here’s the bingo board:


I have cleared many squares but not any in order to make a bingo 😩.  Here are the categories I cleared along with the books (keeping in mind that I made NO BINGO–not even one line, let alone the two required for the challenge).

Read 11+ Books This Summer: I read 19!

Made into a movie: Captain Marvel, Volume 1: In Pursuit of Flight by Kelly Sue DeConnick, To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han

One Word Title: Dramacon by Svetlana Chmakova

Graphic Novel with a POC in itMisfit City by Kirsten Smith, Alex + Ada, Vol. 3 by Jonathan Luna (I am assuming Alex is Filipino because Luna is, but I could be wrong), Ms. Marvel volumes 5 and 6 by G. Willow Wilson, Raven the Pirate Princess Book 3 by Jeremy Whitley

Latina Main Character: The Poet X by Elizabeth Acevedo

New York Times Bestseller: An American Marriage by Tayari Jones

Last in a Series: Alex + Ada, Vol. 3 by Jonathan Luna

Free Space (obviously)

Camping: Be Prepared by Vera Brosgol

Takes place on an Island: #murdertrending by Gretchen McNeil

LGBTQ Main Character: Raven the Pirate Princess Book 3 by Jeremy Whitley, The Prince and the Dressmaker by Jen Wang

Muslim Female Author: Ms. Marvel volumes 5 and 6 by G. Willow Wilson

Local Author: Gretchen McNeil, Hope Larson, probably some others

“SUMMER” in the title: All Summer Long by Hope Larson

So many books, so many squares. None of them in a row. 😅

If you made a bingo, remember to go to Mocha Girls Read to put in for your prize!


One thought on “#SummerSoLit Book Challenge Wrap-Up

  1. Congrats on reading!! I also tried – and I have two lines marked, but one in each row is only kind of meeting the requirements if you stretch them, so I think technically I didn’t make it either. But it was tough! We’ve done adult summer reading bingo at my library for years, and only ask patrons to do one line. And ours includes things like “follow the Library on Instagram” that aren’t even reading a whole book.


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