Battle of the Books

The Delta Township District Library is excited to be hosting our 12th annual Battle of the Books. Again this year we are partnering with the Grand Ledge Area District Library to bring you one great reading program for both communities.

Battle of the Books

Registration is now closed for the 2020 program.  

The Preliminary Battles will take place on Thursday, February 27 at the Delta Township District Library in the Elmwood Room.  All teams will compete in these battles.  Please see below for your battle time and be sure to review the Preliminary rules.

5:30 p.m. 
Please arrive by 5:15 p.m.

A.S.H.
Book Nook Girls
Book Worms
The Bright Ideas
GL Bookies
Miller
The Perfumed Garbage
Right Side Brain
Sophisticated Storytellers
TARR
Team Proctor

7 p.m.
Please arrive by 6:45 p.m.

Banana Books
Book Slayers
Book Tribes
Booked
Bound by Books
Fat Cats
Ferocious Felines
Fiction Affliction
Literary Ladies
Out Numbered
The Readers

What is Battle of the of the Books?
It’s a fun trivia competition that tests your book knowledge. Teams of 4-5 participants read the five selected Battle books in January and February. In late February/early March, teams will compete in a series of battles to see which team knows the most about the books.

Who can participate?
Adults, teens, and kids (4th grade and up) are all welcome, and teams can be made up of participants of all ages. A team could be a family of four, grandparents and grandchildren, four teen classmates, five book club friends, or other combinations. The booklist includes books that are appropriate for young readers but will appeal to all ages. Families are encouraged to participate together; even children too young for the competition can be included in the fun by acting as team cheerleaders and reading books on similar topics and themes.

The Battle of the Books is possible due to the generous support of the Friends of the Delta Township District Library.

Check out our 2019 Battle of the Books photo album to see the fun competition in action!

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