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National Bathroom Reading Week is the second week in June. So while your in the world's most popular library location, catch up on your literature Holidays.
Although she doesn't have her own holiday, go read Alice in Wonderland. Alice deserves a day of her own, doesn't she?
Literature and Books
- National Library Week--4th week in April
- Reading is Fun Week--4th week in April
- Read a New Book Month--December 1-31
- Read Me Day--April 23
- On this day, wear clothes that everyone can read.
- National Storytelling Festival--October 5
- Tell a Story Day--April 27
- Read an Almanac Month--July 1-31
- Dictionary Day--October 16
- Card Reading Day--February 21
- National Columnists Day--June 27
- Humorists Are Artists Too Month (HAAM)--March 1-31
- Be Kind to Editors and Writers Month--September 1-31
- Want Humor? Go read some of Dave Barry's syndicated columns.
- Poetry Month--March 1-31
- Great Poetry Reading Day--April 28
- Bad Poetry Reading Day--August 18
- Limerick Day--May 12
- Clerihew Day--July 10
- Mother Goose Day--May 1
- Winnie the Pooh Day--January 18
- You don't have to be a little kid to appreciate Pooh! Go here: Pooh's Place.
- Paul Bunyan Day--June 28
- Tom Sawyer Fence Painting Day--July 4
- Tolkien Week--Last week in September
- Hobbit Day--September 22
- Alfred Hitchcock Day--March 12
- Eliza Doolittle Day--May 20
- This day is after a character in Shaw's Pygmalion and is for speaking one's native language properly.
- Dear Diary Day--September 22
- Plan Your Epitaph Day--November 1