Start Tracking Your Reading This Spring | Free Printables

We’ve all heard of ‘spring cleaning’. The dreaded (or anticipated) time of year where the cold winter days (if you live in Canada like me you’ll understand) finally become longer, sunnier, and warmer. Inevitably, everyone’s in the mood to declutter and clean. 

We’re a few weeks into Spring now and what better time is there to begin to track your reading in a more organized and visual way?

Goodreads is a great place to track your ‘To Reads”, “Reads”, and “Current Reads” but I’ve seen a lot of people on the internet complain about its aesthetic and organization. It can also sometimes be hard to visualize things when they’re on a ‘screen’. If you’re old-school like me, you still love things in physical form.

Who can use these? 

For those of you that love to visualize, make lists, and bullet journal, this is perfect for you! I’m a big believer in organization and doing things in the most appealing way possible so I designed some aesthetically pleasing trackers for your Springtime reading endeavours. (They’re free too!)

List the books you want to read. Load it with your tbr pile!
Record the names of the books you’ve finished here and then colour in the stars to give it a rating!
Record every single book you read in each of the months of Spring!

Organize your books by star rating and keep track of your favourites!

Free Printables:


Please spread the love by sharing these printables with your other reader friends! If you do use them, take pictures and tag me on Instagram or Twitter (@andreasbkcorner for both)! I’d love to see these in action and share/rt them.

Which one do you think you’d make the most use out of? Let me know in the comments below.

Published by Andrea's Book Corner

Lover of books, book reviewer, book blogger & YA fantasy author in progress! WIP: Project Arenegedden

18 thoughts on “Start Tracking Your Reading This Spring | Free Printables

  1. Great idea! I used to have a journal like this, but I threw that out ages ago during a de-clutter. Thanks for these!

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  2. Ooh I love these – I’m definitely losing track at the moment so these sound like a great way of keeping track of where I’m at – and noting things down so I can go and review and not completely have forgotten what happened. Thank you!!

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  3. As much as I track things online, I still love pen to paper too–I’m old school like that. I appreciate you sharing these documents to help track reading. They’re perfect!

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  4. How creative! I’ve found a pretty great system for my reads at this point in time, but I could definitely see myself utilizing these in the future. I’m really glad you shared them because I know they’ll help so many other readers! 🙂

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