Read-A-Route offers interactive route maps as a fun way to track reading time. Join a route, read and log reading time to travel the trail, and learn new things along the way.
For those readers who may not have crossed the Finish Line before the formal race ended, no worries — You can continue to log your reading minutes until you reach Nome at the end of the trail!
And for those readers still hungry for more, check out other Routes to keep on reading and exploring!
Currently, Read A Route users can only use the Team Management feature if they are appropriately registered for an event, such as WorldWide IDEA's Idita-Read 2014.
Read-A-Route offers route choices for individuals and groups. As participants read and input the number of minutes they have read, each minute counts as a mile traveled on their selected route. Each route includes a number of Points of Interest at which the reader can learn about the place — or other related topics — along the way, from the route's starting point to its finish.
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