Editor's note: This post was originally published on December 29, 2014.
There's something for everyone in these ABCs of Reading Resolutions for the New Year:
A: Listen to audiobooks when you travel.
B: Buy books for birthday gifts.
C: Try craft books with your kids.
D: Make dinner by following a new recipe from a cookbook!
E: Experience a book on stage or on film.
F: Explore a Book Festival this year — there are so many to choose from!
G: Register for Goodreads and write reviews of your favorite books.
H: Help out at your school media center or your local library.
I: Introduce a friend to your favorite author.
J: Let books take you on journeys you never imagined!
K: Keep track of all the books you read in a Book Journal.
L: Visit the library at least two times each month.
M: Make a memories scrapbook as a family.
N: Create a Book Drive for needy children in your area.
O: Organize your bookshelves.
P: Read about better ways to care for your pets.
Q: Go on a quest for a new author each month!
R: Create a Reading Club for you, your kids, and their friends.
S: Remember that books are great to share!
T: Text a "Book Buddy" every time you finish a book!
U: Uncover a new-to-you genre each month.
V: Plan your family vacation using travel books from the library.
W: Wipe out the books in your house that you don't read by donating them!
X: Read books about fitness and eXercise.
Y: Say "YES!" to reading in new places.
Z: Read before you catch ZZZzzzs each night.
What are your reading resolutions for the New Year? We'd love to hear them!
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