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Less than two months left to complete the Reading Challenge! You might have already finished, so let a grown-up know if you want to enter the prize draw. You need to have a library card and to fill out this form.

Even if you've read books in all the categories, this one has a ton of choices to keep going. Many illustrated books are a collaboration between two or more people. This includes graphic novels, which are often created by a team of writers and artists. You could also pick a collection of short stories or poems by different authors.

 

The Fabulous Zed Watson! by Basil Sylvester and Kevin Sylvester
The Fabulous Zed Watson! by Basil Sylvester and Kevin Sylvester
Zed and their friends embark on a road trip, following cryptic clues to find a mysterious book. Nominated for the 2022 Silver Birch Fiction Award.

 

Hockey Night in Kenya by Danson Mutinda, Eric Walters and Claudia Dávila
Hockey Night in Kenya by Danson Mutinda, Eric Walters and Claudia Dávila
Kitoo finds a pair of old roller blades and teaches himself to skate. But you can't play ice hockey in Kenya... or can you? Nominated for the 2022 Silver Birch Express Award.

 

The International Day of the Girl by Jessica Dee Humphreys, Rona Ambrose and Simone Shin
The International Day of the Girl by Jessica Dee Humphreys, Rona Ambrose and Simone Shin
Nine stories set in different countries explore real-life issues and problems that affect girls around the world. Nominated for the 2022 Yellow Cedar Award.

 

Measuring Up by Lily LaMotte and Ann Xu
Measuring Up by Lily LaMotte and Ann Xu
Cici would love to celebrate her grandma's 70th birthday together. But A-má lives in Taiwan and Cici just moved to Seattle. The grand prize in a cooking contest would be enough to pay for a plane ticket, but can Cici find a winning recipe?

 

Siha Tooskin Knows the Strength of His Hair by Charlene Bearhead, Wilson Bearhead and Chloe Bluebird Mustooch
Siha Tooskin Knows series by Charlene Bearhead, Wilson Bearhead and Chloe Bluebird Mustooch
Siha Tooskin learns about growing up in a modern world while staying true to the teachings of his elders.