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Battle of the Books

Championship Match

Sixteen amazing wordless books began our annual book battle. Which book is too marvelous for words? Your votes will choose this year’s champion!

Battle of the Books 2018 Champion: The Lion and the Mouse

Congratulations to this year’s champion:
The Lion and the Mouse

Match 15
Flotsam, by David Wiesner
The Lion and the Mouse, by Jerry Pinkney
Cover of Flotsam by David Wiesner
The Lion & the Mouse

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5 Responses to “Battle of the Books”

  1. Evan Wall

    All good books, although I have not read them.

  2. Dasher Dennis

    Hi person,
    I think that you should read the book
    The Hunger Games by Susan Collins.
    This book is to good for words

  3. Evan Wall

    My parents do not want me reading that kind of stuff. But thank you for your suggestion! 🙂

    • Addie G.

      Hi Evan! I understand your parent’s thoughts on that. Here are some other great books that you might enjoy instead:
      1. Eragon – book one of the Inheretance Cycle Series (written by a teenager!)
      2. The Lord of the Rings books
      3. Legend – first book of trilogy by Marie Lu (my brother read these and loved them)
      4. The Warriors series by Erin Hunter
      5. Gregor the Overlander – first book of the Underland Chronicles by Suzanne Collins (same author as the Hunger Games but more appropriate for younger readers)

      I hope this gives you some ideas for some fun books to enjoy!

      • Emily Calhoun

        I deffinitly agree also try Harry Potter

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