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This bingo card has a free space and 120 words: talking animal, fiction with a real famous person in it, by an author who has won a Man Booker or Pulitzer but not the award-winning book, written the year your grandparent was born, graphic novel, second book in a series, a book you own but haven't read yet, recommended by a family member, recommended by a friend, historical, modern day, set at least 100 years in the future, biography or autobiography, a book you haven't read by an author you loved as a kid, author is a WOC, scifi written by a non CHWM, scifi romance, urban fantasy, on the 2019 NPR book concierge, From https://socialjusticebooks.org/booklists/ or the the NNSTOY Social Justice Book List, written by a comedian, Author has your first or last name, was banned at some point (forex http://www.ala.org/advocacy/bbooks/frequentlychallengedbooks/classics), politics outside the US, made into a TV show, made into a Broadway play or musical, How to..., has a sport in it, title starts with "The", learned at least one cool science fact from it, set in a state you've never visited, plot loosely inspired by Shakespeare, Shakespeare play you've never read, author shares your initials, has a lawyer in it, won a Lambda Literary Award, a category you didn't get to from your 2019/2018 bingo card (or, if you finished your bingo, a category from the 2019/2018 list), a category you want to read again from your 2019/2018 bingo card, a book that shows up when you select at least three filters from a NPR Concierge list (forex, Staff Picks + Biography & Memoir + Eye-Opening Reads = The Personality Brokers in the 2018 list), Written by a podcaster, Won a Printz award, popular science, takes place in a city you or a family member has lived in or currently resides, set in a country you want to visit, has a boat in it, has a train in it, recommended by someone you haven't talked to for a while, a physical library book, self help, Sci-fi written pre-2000 about (roughly) the present day, amazing plot twist, Memoir by a politician, mass market paperback bestseller, written by someone you follow on Twitter, has a magic forest in it, author has/had a Tumblr, found on a BookRiot (https://bookriot.com/) list, Experimental fiction, features a NB/GNC character, Published in 2020, book someone else loved during 2019 bingo, Book of collected comic strips, written by a journalist, has sold at least 10 million copies (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_best-selling_books#List_of_best-selling_individual_books), dystopian/post-apocalyptic, reread of a book you haven't read in the past decade, bought second hand or acquired at a book swap, Essay collection, Poetry collection, Short story collection, cool cover, someone has a job you wanted growing up, nonfiction predicting something that ended up happening, Co-authored, about someone you want to emulate, based on a myth or fairy tale, spies, farcical comedy, read-along (with a friend, book club, etc.), recommended by your librarian, has fewer than 100 ratings on Goodreads, movie novelization, author is younger than you, published posthumously, involves necromancy, author lives in a state you've never been to, cover has a photograph on it, Native, Indigenous, or First Nations author, unlikable protagonist, made you laugh out loud, changed your mind about something, would NOT recommend to someone else, you found the protagonist relatable, good descriptions of food, by or about someone who is neurodiverse, queer romance novel, published in 2010, published the year you graduated high school, horror novel written by a woman, provides historical or scientific context for another book on your card, recommended by Ralli, nonlinear/nonchronological plot structure (fiction OR non-fiction), made you cry, about a culture or place from which you have ancestors, translated from another language, nonfiction about something you'd like to learn to do/learn to do better, a house plays an important role, caught your eye based on title alone, inspired you to learn more about its topic, POC-focused history book, history book focused on a queer person/people, book you loved as a kid/young teen, book you didn't really get the first time you read it, book about a complicated friendship, you wish you could take a vacation inside this book, setting as character, fiction set in a place you would like to visit someday, book that feels like an accomplishment to finish, Mark will pick a book for you, but pay no attention to whether he thinks you will like it and ask someone doing book bingo for a recommendation.

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