It’s an activity that is trying to help you read better and have fun with it, besides who would want to have no fun at all? After all, who would like being forced to read? I wouldn’t like it one bit. There are 16 books—you are trying to read as many as you can. There are [questions]: In which book? And [what happened] in the book?
Ok, so now that you know about why we do OBOB, I’ll tell you what will happen once you’re signed up. Some OBOB sponsors get together and make the teams. Then when it’s time for the first OBOB meeting, you get to meet your team to help answer the questions that they will ask you to prepare you for the “ top secret” ones.
Once the teams meet each other, you need to make up a team name that the whole team can agree on. Then there are some fun games to help your team out.
At the end the OBOB helpers decide on the top 2 to battle each other and see who will represent the school and become one of Oregon’s best OBOB teams. OBOB is really cool.