There is also a 2022 reading log version! If you are interested, you can find it right here!
One of the best parts of 2020 was seeing so many thousands of you use the 2020 Reading Log.
Naturally, I couldn’t resist the chance to work with a talented designer on a 2021 version.
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I’ve long loved Jenny’s work at Carrot Top Paper Shop and was THRILLED when she agreed to design this year’s reading log printable.
We wanted it to feel like a companion to last year’s reading log, but also have its own distinct spin and Jenny NAILED it.
The 2021 Reading Log Printable
Like last year, there is space to record 100 books read.
You can write the write the titles of the books you want to read this year on the spines and then color them in when you’ve finished them or color them all immediately and then add the titles as you go.
Even more fun? The number one request for the printable Reading Log was that there be challenges like the Summer Reading Chart has and this year we incorporated those right into the design.
The bookshelves are divided up by season and each season has reading challenges that go along with that season to add a little fun to your reading year.
And, of course, you’re welcome to completely skip the challenges and just use it as a tracker.
No matter how you choose to use the 2021 Reading Log printable, I hope it’ll make this coming year of reading one of your best yet.
I can’t wait to see you use this! You can sign up to get a copy of it here and it’ll come right to your inbox.
P.S. As you print and use this over the coming weeks and months, I’d be thrilled if you’d please share it with me on Instagram – tag me @everydayreading and @carrottoppapershop so we can see them out in the wild!
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Photos by Heather Mildenstein
Found you thru Carrot top paper shop. Thank you for this, my kiddos and I love our book lists. Can’t wait to look around your blog! Happy reading! ❤📚❤
Janssen Bradshaw says
Oh yay! I’m so glad you’re here
Donna Bills says
I can’t print the reading list out
Do you have a 2021 version without the challenges? Or a 2020 reading log without the year on it? My plan is to print this and put it in my bullet journal, but with the challenges the spines are too small to write in for that size.
Lisa, I’m having the same problem–the spines are too little to write book titles and the whole point is that I wanted to keep track of what I read in a fun way.
I decided just to use 2020’s log.
Amy Ellis says
There is an error when I go to print the reading log out. Can you check the hosting site? Thank you so much!
Lauren Miller says
I can not download the reading log. Please help.
I can’t seem to find the place to download the reading log from this page. I would really like to use this to track my books this year! it is so cute. Can you help?
kang Dongju says
don’t download. help me!
Thank you both for creating and sharing this lovely printable! I’m excited to use it this year, it’s so pretty! It will encourage me to read more.
I love the 2021 reading log and the challenges too! I do agree with the poster above who mentioned the spines on this one being much too small to write titles in. I struggled a bit with it last year and those were still pretty small. I would love to see a separate log similar to last year’s as well! Thank you so much for offering this <3
I cannot figure out how to print the log and I want to use it so bad.
Janssen Bradshaw says
Did you get it by email? Once you get it in your email, you can download a copy and print as many copies as you’d like at whatever size works for you!
Sheena MacNeil says
I just keep getting an error from the email.
I also am not receiving an email with the downloadable calendar.
Lindsey Kotik says
I saw your list of authors doing virtual story times and thought I’d point out Katy McQuaid of the Everybody Loves Grace Children’s book series. She’s done some wonderful things on Facebook live for kids and parents especially during covid-19. My son and his friends just love her stories!
hi there, I was wondering if there is any way to have the 2020 reading log sent by mail. I am happy to pay for it. I love it and want to have my kids fill it out. I am in a northern manitoba reserve and I can not go anywhere to have it printed large enough to post on the wall due to the pandemic. Our road is blocked and I really love the poster size you have posted. Please let me know, I love the 2020 version.
Janssen Bradshaw says
You can order it from Staples and they’ll mail it! I’m not sure about to Canada, but it’s worth a try!
Lisa Winters says
I’ve tried to sign up a couple of times and it’s not delivering to my inbox, can you help? I love this too much!
Hi! I found your blog after spending actually one hour searching for a reading log that could be completed online with the original books back, but it turns out it doesn’t exist yet…(the only ones I found out were showing books covers and not the back, as in your beautiful reading log). Do you know of anything like that?
That said, beautiful blog!
Greetings from Italy,