What to Read Wednesday – March Madness Programs

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I know there are some organized people out there that would like to participate in a cool March Madness Book program. I know there are some of you out there that could probably organize something like this on your own in no time at all.  However, I also know there are others, like me, that would like someone else to do the organization for me. Lucky for you there are people willing to do just that. Below you will find some places to go if you’d like to join in the fun without having to create the brackets yourself.

Tony Keefer’s March Book Madness – Tony Keefer (@tonykeefer) lives, reads and teaches in Dublin, Ohio. You can also find him at http://tonykeefer.blogspot.com and http://tonykeefer.tumblr.com Read his Top Ten Reasons to Participate in March Book Madness on the Nerdy Book Club blog.

Naperville Public Library

The Brown Bag Teacher

Park Ridge Public Library

School Library Journal Battle of the Books

For something a little different, you can focus on Poetry at this site – Think Kid Think.

Have you created a March Madness Book Bracket? If so, share it with us in the comments.

Author: Karin Perry

Assistant Professor of Library Science at Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, TX. She loves reading YA Lit in her spare time.



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  1. Thanks so much for this! I’ve seen it at conferences and have even written it down but I couldn’t figure out how to do it. I think this gave me a great idea and I think I can get it done now.

  2. Terri – I’m so glad this helped. Let me know how it goes.

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