Spooky Book Display Competition Winners

We had a lot of fun. We saw a lot of spooky book displays. But now the people have chosen their winners. The prizes we’ll be giving out today are a subscription to Booklist, a box of spooky adult books, and a box of spooky young readers books, to the top-voted submissions. If you missed it this time, no worries. Look out for other fun contest in the future—we love creative competitions.

See our winners and a slideshow of all our submissions below.

 

First Place

“Trick or Treat” at Homewood-Flossmoor High School Library, submitted by Alicia Rodriguez, won with 136 votes! To see it in action, press play. Spooktastic!

 

Second Place

“Treat Yourself to a Scare” at Magee Public Library, submitted by Frances Meadows, came in second with 43 votes!

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Third Place

“Frightening Good Reads,” at Gautier Public Library, submitted by Angel Hester, came in third with 28 votes!

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Hester says: “This is an adult book display with both fiction and nonfiction books of the horror, thriller, and occult variety. Ornaments with LED lights, plastic spiders and rats, and a few skeletal pieces attract the curious into checking the books out, with generous circulation success!”

Thanks to everyone for playing! Check out all the other exceptionally worthy entries:

 

 

 

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Sarah Grant is the Marketing Associate for Booklist. Follow her on Twitter at @Booklist_Grant.

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