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Literacy Month Challenge

Complete one or more and be featured on and on social media, LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, and/or Instagram. Submitting a challenge gives permission to Literacy Chippewa Valley to reproduce and share the written piece, video, and/or any pictures attached in oral and written format. If you would like editing done to it before it is released please include that you would like that done in the email submission to The deadline for pieces that need editing is August 21, 2019 while the deadline for pieces that do not need editing is August 28, 2019. Pieces will be posted based on a first come first serve basis throughout the month of September in celebration of Literacy Month. Each piece will be screened before being posted to assert that it is family friendly, if the piece is deemed to not be family friendly the one submitting the piece will be informed of this and the piece submitted will not be posted. All pieces submitted must be original and not copied from another work published by someone else. If you have any questions or concerns please contact Libby Dannhoff at or 715-834-0222.


Favorite Book

To promote reading within the community each person is challenged to pick their favorite book and answer the following questions around it, you may choose to opt out of answering some questions or creating your own question based around the book. As a bonus please either take a picture of yourself with the book or have someone take a picture of you with the book.

  1. What is the title of the book?

  2. Who is the author of the book?

  3. When did you first read the book?

  4. How many times have you read it?

  5. Why is it your favorite book?

  6. What scene in the book is most iconic?

  7. What is your favorite quote from the book?

  8. What genre is the book?

  9. How many pages is the book?

  10. Why should others read this book?



There are three main kinds of poetry: narrative, dramatic and lyrical. It is not always possible to make a distinction between them. For example, an epic poem can contain lyrical passages, or lyrical poem can contain narrative parts.

  1. Write a poem that evokes emotion

  2. Write a poem that tells a story

  3. Write a poem about your passion project

  4. Write a poem about food

  5. Write a poem about anything



Write a story about one of the topics listed or something that you would like to tell people about. Your story may be as long or as short as you want it to be.

  1. Write about a pet

  2. Write about a sibling

  3. Write about a parent

  4. Write about a family member

  5. Write about yourself

  6. Write about an event

  7. Write about your dreams

  8. Write about your goals

  9. Write about a creature

  10. Write about an inanimate object


News Article

Write a news article about Literacy Chippewa Valley promoting an aspect of it that you believe needs more exposure.


Be Creative

  1. Have something you want to write about that isn't listed above?

  2. Have a video idea? All videos will be first posted to Literacy Chippewa Valley's YouTube page before being shared on other platforms.

  3. Have an art piece promoting literacy?

  4. If something above doesn't catch your eye take creativity into your own hands and submit it for review before the deadline.

Have Fun


Celebrate Literacy With Us!

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