Book Bracket

Book Bracket 2020 – The Reveal

Book Bracket 2020 has been assembled and was revealed to my students today. The excitement is building as to which book will be chosen as the Book Bracket 2020 Champion. Below is a breakdown of the following regions and the seeds.

Book Bracket 2020 has been assembled and was revealed to my students today. The excitement is building as to which book will be chosen as the Book Bracket 2020 Champion.

Below is a breakdown of the following regions and the seeds. If you’re looking for the full bracket, check it out here!

Women’s History Month Region

  1. The Hate U Give
  2. Harry Potter & the Sorcerer’s Stone
  3. The Hunger Games
  4. To Kill a Mockingbird
  5. If You Give a Mouse a Cookie
  6. Cinder
  7. Dinosaurs Before Dark
  8. The Diary of Anne Frank

Middle School Favorites Region

  1. Diary of a Wimpy Kid
  2. The Lightning Thief
  3. The Giver
  4. The Adventures of Captain Underpants
  5. Hatchet
  6. Big Nate on a Roll
  7. Number the Stars
  8. The Outsiders

Children’s Books Region

  1. Green Eggs and Ham
  2. The Lorax
  3. The Very Hungry Caterpillar
  4. The Giving Tree
  5. Goodnight Moon
  6. Knuffle Bunny: A Cautionary Tale
  7. One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish
  8. Pinkalicious

High School Favorites Region

  1. The Great Gatsby
  2. The Hobbit
  3. Tuesdays with Morrie
  4. Lord of the Flies
  5. Everything, Everything
  6. If I Stay
  7. The Crossover
  8. Five Feet Apart

Which book will go all the way? Will it be one of the #1 seeds or a dark horse?


Each year has brought nuances and updates, but through and through the process and the creation of Book Bracket has remained consistent. Here’s an insider’s look into Book Bracket, including:

If there are any elements you are interested in that I have not listed or covered, let me know and I will throw one together.

Happy Reading!

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