Most Literature Holidays are in the categories of:
Do you like books? Our calendar is packed full of Literature Holidays just ready for you to celebrate.
"These are holidays that are not traditionally marked on calendars. These holidays are celebrated by various groups and individuals." "Some are designed to promote a cause, others recognize historical events and great authors not recognized officially, other holidays generally intended as humorous distractions and excuses to share laughs among friends."
Winnie the Pooh Day: (January 18)
Card Reading Day: (February 21)
Alfred Hitchcock Day: (March 12)
Read Me Day: (April 23)
Tell a Story Day: (April 27)
Great Poetry Reading Day: (April 28)
Reading is Fun Week: (4th week in April)
National Library Week: (4th week in April)
Mother Goose Day: (May 1)
Limerick Day: (May 12)
National Columnists Day: (June 27)
Paul Bunyan Day: (June 28)
July is Read an Almanac Month!
Tom Sawyer Fence Painting Day: (July 4)
Clerihew Day: (July 10)
Bad Poetry Reading Day: (August 18)
September is Be Kind to Editors and Writers Month!
Dear Diary Day: (September 22)
National Storytelling Festival: (October 5)
Dictionary Day: (October 16)
Plan Your Epitaph Day: (November 1)
December is Read a New Book Month!
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