March Book Madness, 2020

The final round of voting is conducted at the library's home page and features the books that are picturesd: The Prince and the Dressmaker versus The Insignificant Life of a Cactus.

 

The Insignificant Events
in the Life of a Cactus
by Dusti Bowling won!

Scroll down to the links to vote!  March Book Madness focuses H-B on sixteen books written for the middle grades that compete to be the most popular among our Middle School Readers.  (High School students focus on a list of Young Adult Literature.)

It’s a wildly popular international tournament of books! And here’s how we do it at our school…

A tournament-style bracket lists the books in the middle grades competition.

 

Learn about the books above by using your browser (Safari, Mozilla Firefox or Chrome) to log in to our catalog to read book descriptions! We have audio-book and e-books for each title!

Middle Grade Books – catalog link

Young Adult Books – catalog link

 


Voting for Middle Schoolers–

Log into your Google Drive in order to vote in two places:

  1. HBW’s CHAMPION?    Voting has ended! The Insignificant Events in the Life of a Cactus by Dusti Bowling won!
  2. International Poll – See who won:  here  too (optional!)

Join TAB meetings!  We’re starting them this month during Virtual School!


Voting for High Schoolers:

Vote here in the international poll for YA fiction each round:

A tournament-style bracket lists the books in the young adult lit competition.

 

Learn more from the International March Book Madness organization here.


March POETRY Madness features 64 poets in competition, including H-B’s own Kathi Morrison-Taylor! Read details and vote!