25 Literary Holidays to Indulge Your Inner Bookworm This Winter
I had so much fun celebrating Hobbit Day last year that my curiosity was piqued.
I thought, What other literary holidays are out there to be discovered?
In case you are curious about the same, I decided to search high and low for the best of the best (according to yours truly). Below are my top 25 Literary Holidays to Indulge Your Inner Bookworm this Winter. (And yes! I'll be sharing more throughout the year. Make sure you don't miss a single one by signing up below.)
BONUS: Check out my TOP 10 Literary Holidays to Celebrate this Winter (and ideas for celebrating them, too!) during Pretty Literate Live on Sunday, January 23rd, at 5pm Central here, or catch the replay on Pretty Literate's YouTube Channel here after Monday, 1/24/22.
2nd - National Science Fiction Day (AKA Issac Asimov's birthday)
3rd - J.R.R.Tolkien's birthday
12th - Jack London's birthday
12th - Poetry at Work Day
18th - A.A. Milne's birthday (AKA Winnie the Pooh Day)
26th - Library Shelfie Day (4th Wed. in January)
27th - Lewis Carroll's birthday
28th - Pride & Prejudice published
29th - The Raven by Edgar Allen Poe was published
National Library Lover's Month
2nd - World Read-Aloud Day
5th - Take your child to the Library Day
7th - Laura Ingalls Wilder's birthday
7th - Charles Dickens' birthday
9th - Read in the Bathtub Day
14th - International Book Giving Day
14th - Library Lover's Day
27th - John Steinbeck's birthday
Paws to Read Month (a celebration of reading dog programs)
Return borrowed books week (first full week in March)
2nd - Dr. Seuss' birthday (AKA Read Across America Day)
6th-12th - National Read an e-Book Week
15th - Ides of March
21st - World Poetry Day
25th - National Tolkien Reading Day
Which literary holidays are you going to be celebrating this winter? Which literary holidays would you add to the list?
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