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DIY Reading Journal

DIY Reading Journal

Have you ever wanted to keep track of the books you have read? Or do you have difficulty organizing your to be read list? Using these reading bullet journal templates, you can better stay on top of your reading activities. Continue reading for instructions and access to these free templates.

Instructions

Completed Books

List books here as you complete them. Write the title of the book in the left column, the author in the middle column, and color in the stars for your personal rating of the book.

To Be Read

List the books you wish to read. Write the title of the book in the left column, the author in the middle column, and the genre in the right column.

My Bookshelf

Decorate the spines of the books either with the books you personally own, wish to read, or have completed.

Book Reviews

Fill in book reviews here. In the blank square, print and cut a picture of the book cover to place here. Color in your personal rating in the stars underneath the book cover. Finally, write in the title, author, genre, and review of the book on the lines provided.

Blank Dot Page

This page is left blank for you to design however you wish. Use it to track your reading habits, create a photo collage, or keep a log of your favorite book quotes. The possibilities are endless!

 

Use these exactly as they are or as inspiration for a bullet journal you have already bought. Print as many as you need. These are free for you to use, courtesy of the PGTPL Children’s Room. Happy reading!

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