For me #YAStandsFor – growing up, taking the next step in the chapter of life. Making that first REAL life decision on your own and living with the consequences. ~ Amber
You can join in on the fun too –
4 WAYS YOU CAN CELEBRATE I Read YA WEEK:
- Share our “What Does YA Stand For?” Social Graphic: During I read YA week, post our celebratory graphic to Twitter. Tag @IreadYA and use the hashtag #YAStandsFor.
- Post Your Own #YAStandsFor Video: Film a short video stating what you believe YA stands for! Post to Twitter and/or Instagram using the hashtag #YAStandsFor and tag @IreadYA.
- RT or Quote RT #YAStandsFor Video on Twitter: Share and re-promote #YAStandsFor videos from any of our Scholastic authors once they are live on I read YA’s Twitter.
- Join Us In Our Daily Social Challenges: Participate in any of our daily social challenges and post it to Twitter or Instagram. Tag @IreadYA and use the hashtag #YAStandsFor.
DAILY SOCIAL CHALLENGES SCHEDULE:
**Please tag @IreadYA and use the hashtag #YAStandsFor on Twitter and Instagram when participating in our daily social challenges**
Monday, July 10: Tell us what you believe #YAStandsFor
Tuesday, July 11: Tell us about the YA book that helped you find your voice
Wednesday, July 12: Give a shout-out to your favorite fictional literary hero
Thursday, July 13: Swap a YA book about the positive power of friendship with your bestie
Friday, July 14: Create a graphic showcasing an inspirational YA quote (use canva.com if you need an easy way to make your graphic)
Saturday, July 15: Choose a YA book and share 3 important life lessons you took away from reading it
Sunday, July 16: Acknowledge a YA book you believe should be taught in high schools
Monday, July 17: Snap a pic of the YA book you believe everyone needs to read