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Oregon Battle of the Books

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2015 State Battle Books

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Cedar Mill Libraries proudly support our local Oregon Battle of the Books participants!

Oregon Battle of the Books is a statewide reading program sponsored by the Oregon Association of School Libraries.  OBOB celebrates a love of reading and supports good sportsmanship while motivating young people to broaden their reading experience and increase their reading comprehension.  Reader teams in 3rd through 12th grades compete in local and regional battles before moving on to the state tournament in March.

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To help you practice check out...

NOTE: These are not official OBOB questions!


Click below for OBOB Practice Questions for Grades 6 - 8


2015 State Battle Books

(click on the links below to view the titles for each division in the library catalog!)

OBOB 3-5

OBOB 6-8

OBOB 9-12