The Book Wars: Which Book Will Survive?

ItsKindOfAFunnyStoryInspired by the hugely popular Hunger Games series, the Okemos Teen Advisory Board decided to create their own game of survival, The Book Wars. However, the players in this game would not be kids. They would be books. Six members of our board created a display featuring all six tributes (or books). Patrons are voting for their favorite and, in turn, determine which book will survive. Who do you tSavvyhink will win?

It’s Kind of a Funny Story by Ned Vizzini
“I recommend this book to any and everyone who is looking for a great read that captivates the heart and inspires the mind.” – Sarah V.

RulesSavvy by Ingrid Law
“Mibs, her brother, and friends have an exciting and thrilling adventure.” – Seunghyun L.

Rules by Cynthia Lord
Rules is a realistic fiction novel about 12-year-old Catherine and her younger brother David, who has autism. This is a HPAndTheSorcerorsStonemust read.” – Maddie S.

Harry Potter and the Sorceror’s Stone by J.K. Rowling
“I would recommend this book to anyone who is a big fan of the fantasy genre or just loves the magic of books and wizards as much as I do.” – Allison B.

GracelingGraceling by Kristin Cashore
“Readers will know that they have struck gold the second their eyes hit the page. Romance, action, and fantasy lovers, this is the book for you.” – Kendra P.

Midnighters: The Secret Hour by Scott Westerfield
“The novel is a great mix of science fiction and romance. The Midnightersmain character, Jessica Day, find out that everything she thought she knew, was wrong.” – Libby B.

– Teen Advisory Board at CADL Okemos

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