2015 Reading Challenge

My friend Dawn asked me if I wanted to do a reading challenge. As usual, I’m game. I thought I’d also take this opportunity to try out ThingLink, a website through which one can create interactive images. Every time I finish a book, I’ll edit the image with a link to the book I’ve finished. (This is something I’d like to use with my students, so this is my test run.)

Here’s the challenge. Hover over the image to see the links added so far.

//cdn.thinglink.me/jse/embed.jsI’m also interested to see/think about the settings of books, and whether or not I’m reading as broadly as I like to think that I am. So here’s my ThingLink of settings (and possibly where authors are from, I haven’t decided  yet). Same drill: hover over the image for annotations or click here for a larger version. This image is owned by NASA. Free to use via the public domain. Retrieved from Wikimedia Commons.//cdn.thinglink.me/jse/embed.js

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