WOW!!! This was such a good battle and we had so many teens voting! The Hunger Games beat The Fault in our Stars 189 to 96!! What can I say, the series is a great read, it’s still so popular and the movies are great!! Thank you everyone who voted during our EPIC Battle of the Books 2019!!
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The final week of the Teen SRC 2019 Battle of the Books is here! Can you believe that 14 of our favourite books were eliminated?!! The final two books at Brighouse are
What do you think? Did you think it would be these two in the final battle?? I don’t think we did. Which book is getting your vote? You can come to Brighouse to make your choice, or you can vote on our poll on our blog.
Our Steveston branch already completed their epic battle and My Hero Academia beat The Fault in our Stars. Amazing!!
And which book should battle for the final title against The Hunger Games???
Don’t forget to cast your vote in our Battle of the Books! At Brighouse this week, the battle is between The Hungers Games and My Hero Academia. We’ve already lost of my personal favourites, so make your voice heard and vote for your’s before they get eliminated.
Also, every branch is doing they’re own Teen Battle of the Books, so you can head to your closest branch to vote.
Don’t forget to come to any RPL branch to vote for your favourite book in the Teen Battle of the Books! The Battle will be running all summer long, so make sure to come back every week to save your favourites!
Read the following books and vote on your favourite on our poll!
In partnership with Richmond High Schools.
As part of Teen Read Week, read and vote on a couple of our favourite “heavy hitters” to see which book will win! Come in to the Brighouse Branch to vote in person or comment on this post to vote online. Voting ends October 19th.
Two heavy hitting teen authors are back, so it was only right that we faced them against each other with our very first Battle of the Books. Who’s book did you like better? Was it Marissa Meyer’s Heartless or Veronica Roth’s Carve the Mark? Leave your comments here or come in person to the Brighouse Branch to vote. Voting ends March 26th.