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Literary Holidays During The Month Of September

Literary Holidays During The Month Of September

National Ampersand Day, Hobbit Day, Dear Diary Day, and Banned Books Week (related: read these 30 quotes from banned books to celebrate Banned Books Week) are just some of the literary holidays you should remember to celebrate during the month of September. Plus don’t forget to be kind to writers and editors all month long.

Literary Holidays during the month of September include:

September 1-30: Be Kind to Editors and Writers Month

September 1-30: Library Card Sign-Up Month

September 6: National Read A Book Day

September 8: International Literacy Day

September 8: National Ampersand Day

September 22: Hobbit Day

September 22: Dear Diary Day

September 27 – October 3: Banned Books Week

September 24: National Punctuation Day

September 25: National Comic Book Day

The first day of fall is September 22. Do you agree autumn is the best season for book lovers? Nathaniel Hawthorne wrote, “I cannot endure to waste anything so precious as autumnal sunshine by staying in the house.” Here are more of the best literary quotes to celebrate fall. Plus these works of art capture the coziness of fall reading. Finally, what better time of year than to re-watch an essential movie for book lovers, Dead Poets Society? Ever wondered what the boys at Welton Academy read? Check out the Dead Poets Society Reading List.

Related: Month-By-Month Literary Holiday Calendar


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