Children’s books go head-to-head in Loudoun County Public Library’s Literary March Madness


It’s that time of year, again. The NCAA’s March Madness has kicked off and Loudoun County’s public libraries are joining in on the fun.

Every week until the end of the month, two books for elementary-aged readers will go head-to-head for “best book.” Readers can submit their votes and the winner and new matchup will be announced every Monday.

This is the first year all of the county’s branches are participating. Children’s Services Head Katie Pikula says it’s an exciting way to get kids to read outside of school. “You can visit an LCPL branch to vote, and if you can’t make it to a branch you can always vote on our Facebook page, @LoudounCountyPublicLibraries,” said Pikula.

The final winner will likely be different at each branch and will be announced on April 1. 

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