Just when everyone thought digital was the way to go, paper planners have come back in force. Happy Planners are so popular right now that Hobby Lobby and Michael’s can’t keep them in stock. One of the great things about using a planner is that you can really customize them to add in different goals or tracking systems. That’s why I made this free reading / book tracking printable to use in your planners or as a free tracker for bullet journals.
Why? Because we all have books that we want to read and this is an extremely cute way to keep track of the books you want to read or the books that you have already read this year. All you do is fill in the titles of the books that you want to read on the books on the sheet. After you read that book, simply color it to show that you’re done with it. Isn’t that fun?
This is an easy way to set reading goals for people of any age.
In fact, you don’t have to use this in a planner. You can print it and put it in your kid’s school binder, on your desk or wherever you keep your personal papers.
The best news is that this book tracker / reading tracker printable is free for personal use. That’s right, just download it and then print it.
If you need some suggestions for great books to read or the best shirt ever for die hard book fans, check out this post.
Or if you’re looking for a reading log that’s great for kids, you can find a free printable version here.
And if you really love Pride and Prejudice, I might have a few posts about my
love obsession for Mr. Darcy. Click here if you want to see them.
Note: I’m happy to share these files with you but please know that all printables available on Clumsy Crafter are for personal use only.
book – reading planner printable <- click here to download
If you are printing this to add to a Happy Planner, print at 82% for a Classic Happy Planner and 54% for the Mini Happy Planner.