Week 3: Winner Annouced

Hello Challengers!

We loved reading your Bring Your Own Book prompt submissions. You are all so creative. <3 In this post, we will tell you last week’s winner and give you a roundup of some of our favorite submissions.

Winner Announced

Returning as this week’s champ is…. @mrigt2 !!! Check out her winning video below.

CONGRATS! We will contact you about how to get your free Advanced Reader’s Copy of Chasing Augustus by Kimberly Newton Fusco.

We have a few people submitting to the video challenges with no videos- so remember they are reviewed! You must submit them as YouTube video links and to follow the instructions in the badge activity. If anyone has any questions about how our video challenges work or would like assistance in creating videos- send us a message at @teen-librarian-elise or @teen-librarian-amanda and we will get you rolling.

Roundup

Here are some of our favorite Bring Your Own Book submissions. They were all really great!

 

@ajreader03

I picked the book Throne of Glass. My passage for the prompt is:

“No.” She lazily waved her hand in the air. “Never mind.”

 

@mrigt2

Book Title: The Immortal Throne by Bree Despain
Passage: “Ready or not, here I come!”
I thought this was perfect because it is sort of like zombies playing hide and seek. Instead of counting to 50, they just say brains 50 times and then the passage line haha!

 

@seraphim-2020

I picked Jackaby by William Ritter. My choice was ‘brains brains brains brains brains brains brains brains “A man is dead.”

 

@samthedictator

Oh, The Places You’ll Go by Dr. Seuss – “You have brains […]”

 

@katheriners

“I’m hungry” Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Battle of The Labyrinth, spoken by Nico Di Angelo, page 292, 5th line from the top.

 

@ultafragrance

Book title: “fortunately, the milk…”
The words in this book that a zombie would say is probably, “…can I please eat it?” I’m so glad I found that phrase because it totally goes along with the prompt!

 

@cc0319

Something a hypnotist would repeat to induce a trance.
“But this thread of quiet nights and days was severed.” Page 68

 

@katheriners

Book: The Battle of the Labyrinth
1.”I’m Hungry”, page 292 5th line from the top
2.”I hope the dead like root beer”, page 162 last line
3.”Rooster ponies” Tyson said in amazement “Do they lay eggs?” ,
“Once a year” Geryon grinned in the rear view mirror “Very much in demand for omelets!” Page 141
4.”I promise I will not turn you into a guinea pig.” page 211
5.”Your time is long since come. Be released and rest.” page 335

 

@ajreader03

Words that a zombie would groan after saying ‘brains’ 50 times: “I couldn’t be happier,” she crooned as her jagged nails cut into her palms.

A phrase you could see on a t-shirt: “Princes are not supposed to be handsome!”

A menu item at a fancy restaurant: “‘Who ordered the Red Desert?'”

The secret password to a magical cave: “Freedom or death.”

Something a hypnotist would repeat to induce a trance: “Do not be afraid.”

 

@thebean

“As I said these words I busied myself among the pile of bones of which I have before spoken.” ( Pg.167)(The Cask of Amontillado)

 

We look forward to your submissions to this week’s Library Love Video Challenge!

WE CHALLENGE YOU!

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