Final Battle: Friday, March 26, 6pm
Join us for a fun trivia competition to test how much you remember about the books. Participants will sign up as individuals and play as a group. Stay tuned for more details and sign up information.
About Battle of the Books
An annual tradition on the Olympic Peninsula since 2013, Battle of the Books is designed to encourage reading, expose kids to a wide range of genres, inspire team work, and to help students build a home library. Based on several other Battle of the Books competitions offered regionally and throughout the country, the program in Clallam County has its own flavor. “Battle of the Books is one of our favorite programs at the library,” said Jennifer Knight, Youth Services Librarian. “We love connecting with fourth graders from throughout the county, discussing the books, and helping spark an interest in reading. Over the years, we’ve heard so many great stories from kids, parents, and teachers–we love working with schools, kids and families.” She adds, “Although this year will definitely be different, we’re excited to offer something, and to encourage kids to pick up some of these great titles.”
Battle of the Books is made possible through the generosity of the Friends of the Library groups in Sequim, Port Angeles, and Forks.