Booketology: The Final Four
All Library locations will be closed on Monday, February 15 in observance of Presidents' Day.
It was an amazing Elite 8 round for Booketology! Jane Marple fell to Huck Finn in the battle between Mystery and Classics. In an upset, Princess Buttercup defeated Batman! Jane Austen’s heroine Elizabeth Bennet proved that you don’t have to be a revolutionary to be a champion, easily defeating the Hunger Games tribute Katniss Everdeen. And it was the ultimate showdown between science and magic, and magic won by a landslide! Harry Potter took the round against Marie Curie, with a 70 vote margin.
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The voting will be open April 4 – 7! We will announce the two winners who will go on to our championship round on April 8, with voting only open for one day!
And don't forget that you can also enter our drawing for the Booketology Grand Prize Pack , which includes four tickets to the College Basketball Experience and copies of our winners' books! See the Rules below for more details!
- The tournament begins Thursday, March 21, with six rounds of online voting to determine the reigning Booketology Literary Character Champion! The champion and drawing winners will be announced on our KC Unbound blog on Tuesday, April 9.
- When each new round begins, the voting form will be available by 12 p.m. that day.
- You can only vote once per round, but anyone can participate!
- Participants who enter their name and email address in the Booketology voting form to be entered in a drawing for one (1) Booketology Grand Prize Pack and four (4) Runner-up Prizes!
Booketology Grand Prize Pack includes:
Four gift certificates to the College Basketball Experience! (redeemable for four adult admission tickets), and:
Copies of our "Elite 8" winning characters’ books! (eight books total)
The Runner-up participants will each win one book from our "Final 4" winners!
Booketology is part of Building a Community of Readers, a campaign to transform our community by promoting a lifelong love of reading!
About the Author
Liesl Christman is the Digital Content Specialist for The Kansas City Public Library.