End of the Year Wrap Up: Novels in Verse Challenge

Back in January when I was joining all of these reading challenges I couldn’t for the life of me find one for Novels In Verse. I decided to go out on a limb and try hosting my very own reading challenge. 
I want to say a MASSIVE THANK YOU to everyone who participated in the challenge, whether you reviewed one book or a dozen. I am just so happy that people signed up!! =D 
So thank you again for your participation and I hope you’ll all join me in the Novels in Verse Reading Challenge 2013! The new sign up post will be going up on January 3rd!
Below is a wrap up of all the novels in verse I read this year as part of the challenge.
Goal: 9-12 books
Challenge MET

May B by Caroline Starr Rose, Inside Out & Back Again by Thanhha Lai,
Under the Mesquite by Guadalupe Garcia McCall

Minn and Jake by Janet Wong, The Firefly Letters by Margarita Engle, 
Almost Forever by Marie Testa

The Way A Door Closes by Hope Anita Smith, Keeping the Night Watch by Hope Anita Smith, Hurricane Dancers by Margarita Engle

Hidden by Helen Frost, What My Mother Doesn’t Know by Sonya Sones, Karma by Cathy Ostlere

Worlds Afire by Paul B. Jenkins, All the Broken Pieces by Ann Burg,
 Girl Coming In For A Landing by April Halprin Wayland

Now for a little Q & A: 

Favorite Young Adult novel in verse?

Favorite middle grade novel in verse?

Favorite cover?

What was your favorite verse novel you read in 2012? 

4 thoughts on “End of the Year Wrap Up: Novels in Verse Challenge

  1. Ooo, Chasing Brooklyn is one of my favorites!! Glimpse was a little too dark for my liking. Hurricane Dancers was alright but not as good as her other book The Firefly Letters, which was amazing! I hope you'll consider being a part of the challenge in 2013! 😉

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