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Announcing The Reagan Arthur Books Challenge

Welcome to The Reagan Arthur Books Challenge!

The Reagan Arthur Books Challenge was conceived after we saw the Shelf Awareness special edition devoted to the Reagan Arthur Books imprint. We noticed how many awesome books and authors were going to be published in the upcoming months, and we found ourselves wanting to read most (if not all) of them. From there, it was an obvious next step to create the Reagan Arthur Books Challenge!

Reagan Arthur Books is a brand-new imprint from Little, Brown & Company. Currently, there are three books available, but another 16 are coming in the very near future! You can check them out here.

The basic idea of the challenge is really simple — to read Reagan Arthur Books. We want this challenge to be fun (that means stress free), and we intend to do lots of fun giveaways! We’d love to have you join us.

If you have any questions, please contact us at: rabookschallenge(at)gmail(dot)com.

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6 Responses

  1. I like all the fiction books listed. Wow!

  2. I’ve joined! đŸ™‚

  3. I would like to join.

  4. I have just posted my first RA review!

  5. I just finished 13 rue Therese and liked it so much that I am joining this challenge. I see that I have read a couple of the other books and did not know they were Regan Arthur books!

  6. Well, I didn’t finish this challenge last year. I would love to have the chance to finish it. Please put my name in the challenge hat.:) Thanks.

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