Decolonize Your Bookshelf 2023 Reading Challenge Journal Set - Paperbacks & Frybread Co.
Decolonize Your Bookshelf 2023 Reading Challenge Journal Set - Paperbacks & Frybread Co.
Decolonize Your Bookshelf 2023 Reading Challenge Journal Set - Paperbacks & Frybread Co.
Decolonize Your Bookshelf 2023 Reading Challenge Journal Set - Paperbacks & Frybread Co.
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Decolonize Your Bookshelf 2023 Reading Challenge Journal Set

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The Decolonize Your Bookshelf Reading Challenge for 2023 is in full swing! Here is a journaling set if you're like me and need to put pen to paper in order to track your reading progress!

Included in the 8.5x11" pdf set is:

-a list of the prompts for the challenge

-notebooking pages to keep track of the books you're read or want to read

-journaling pages to preserve all your thoughts throughout the challenge

-additional black & white pages for less ink usage when printing

Join the challenge over on StoryGraph! I will be sharing my book recs via Instagram, Mastodon, and YouTube!

**Purchases of this item help me to keep creating content sharing book recs and more. THANK YOU

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Tory Bae
Creating Exposure

This challenge is a great way to encourage people to read books by authors from historically excluded groups and to broaden their perspectives. It can also help to promote understanding, and empathy and to challenge stereotypes and biases. Some people might find the challenge to be a fun and rewarding way to discover new books and authors, while others might find it to be a meaningful way to support social justice and equity. I have found that I love learning about new authors, their other works, and who they are as people and how I can better support them.