These questions are written in a format that will have the students thinking back to several books that they have read.
You will need to figure out how many books you would like to use and mix the questions together so that all the books can be in play. They are worded with the question and the answer so that if you were to literally cut them out and pull them out of a hat, you would have the answer attached.
You can have fun with how many you would like them to read.
Example: Set your classroom up into teams of 5 students each. Have 10 books available to challenge them. Let them divide the books up. Give them the time you feel they need to finish the books and let them battle. Since they divided the books up, they battle as a team.
It can be a fun and fast-paced game with Eggsperts, or any buzzer system. Students could race to write the answers down. There are many possibilities. You can be creative with the rules, as it fits your classroom and needs.
Depending on the books you choose, some answers could apply to more than one book. This is a great way to get students to show you the evidence of where the answer is in both books. If you would rather avoid this, simply do not add questions where this may come into play into your rounds.