BINGO!

You are SO CLOSE to getting a free book! All you have to do is grab one of the Bingo cards at the Library or download one from our website. After you have the Bingo card, read six books that match the categories on the card (i.e. graphic novel, mystery or horror, your choice, the past, etc.). You just have to make a straight or diagonal line on the card by reading books that match the corresponding bingo squares. Fill in the titles on the back of the card and turn the card in to the information desk at the Library for your free book!

Before you start feeling grumpy that you don’t get to pick what you read, most lines have at least two squares that are “your choice,” so you can read whatever you please.

Since there are *so many* choices (36, to be exact), I thought I’d help you out and give you suggestions for every square. Click on the name of the category to read a blog post about the title. Click on the book title to place a request. The “your choice” squares are filled with my personal favorite YA titles. The “friend’s choice” square was picked by your friend and teen librarian, Lauren. The book “on any library list” is from thebookawards.com.

 

1.  Your Choice:  Far, Far Away by Tom McNeal

2.  Graphic NovelDelilah Dirk and the Turkish Lieutenant by Tony Cliff

3.  Your ChoiceThe Accidental Highwayman by Ben Tripp

4.  Short StoriesSlasher Girls and Monster Boys edited by

5.  SportsEyeshield 21:  The Boy with the Golden Legs. Volume 1 by Riichiro Inagaki

6.  One Word TitleHourglass by Myra McEntire

7.  FriendshipFriends with Boys by Faith Erin Hicks

8.  Your ChoiceBeauty Queens by Libba Bray

9:  Science or Nature:  When We Wake by Karen Healey

10. Diary or Journal*:  Monster by Walter Dean Myers

11. One Word TitleDualed by Elsie Chapman

12. Your ChoiceWee Free Men by Terry Pratchett

13: Other CulturesInk by Amanda Sun

14: PaperbackMy Hero Academia Volume 1 by Kohei Horikoshi

15: Book with Poetry*:  Because I Am Furniture by Thalia Chaltas

16: Your ChoiceThe Box and the Dragonfly by Ted Sanders

17: Your ChoiceDorothy Must Die by D.M. Paige

18: The FutureOrleans by Sherri Smith

19: Diary or Journal*:  Moth Diaries by Rachel Klein

20: The PastRipper by Stefan Petrucha

21: Your ChoiceTruthwitch by Susan Dennard

22: Friend’s ChoiceIlluminae by Amie Kaufman

23: BiographyI Am Malala by Malala Yousafzai

24: Mystery or HorrorHellraisers by Alexander Gordon Smith

25: Your ChoiceBloody Jack by L.A. Meyer

26: Short StoriesTyranny of Petticoats edited by Jessica Spotswood

27: Other CulturesThe Night Parade by Kathryn Tanquary

28: The PastMiss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ranson Riggs

29: Sci-fi or FantasyGraceling by Kristin Cashore

30: Your ChoiceUprooted by Naomi Novik

31: Mystery or HorrorGirl from the Well by Rin Chupeco

32: Your ChoiceHowl’s Moving Castle by Diana Wynne Jones

33: Published in Last YearWhere Futures End by Parker Peevyhouse

34: On Any Library ListThe Martian by Andy Weir

35: Your ChoiceThe Darkest Part of the Forest by Holly Black

36: Non-fictionThe Family Romanov by Candace Fleming

 

*You might have noticed that we don’t have blog posts for any books that fit the “diary or journal” or “book with poetry” categories. I will shortly rectify this.

 

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