Books have long been a source of knowledge, power, and entertainment. From the earliest known written narratives to modern fantasy and sci-fi thrillers, books have been an integral part of our lives. Throughout history, books have served as a window into other people's lives and ideas, allowing us to explore the world and its many cultures. Books have the power to spark the imagination, inspire passion, and expand our horizons. Whether you're a fan of classic literature, modern fiction, or non-fiction topics, this trivia template will test your knowledge of the written word. So grab a book, make yourself comfortable, and get ready for a challenging, educational, and entertaining experience!
1) What is the title of J.K. Rowling's first book?
2) What book is credited with popularizing the term "Big Brother"?
3) Who wrote the novel Frankenstein?
4) What is the title of the book by John Steinbeck that won him the Nobel Prize in 1962?
5) What is the first book in the Twilight series by Stephenie Meyer?
6) Who is the author of the Chronicles of Narnia series?
7) Who wrote the book The Cat in the Hat?
8) What is the title of the first book in the Hunger Games trilogy?
9) Who wrote the novel Animal Farm?
10) What is the title of the novel by Harper Lee that was first published in 1960?
11) Who wrote the book Charlotte's Web?
12) What is the title of the book by Judy Blume that was published in 1972?
13) What is the title of the book by Maurice Sendak that was first published in 1963?
14) What is the title of the novel by J.D. Salinger that was first published in 1951?
15) Who wrote the book Wizard of Oz?
16) What is the title of the book by Margaret Atwood that was first published in 1985?
17) Who wrote the novel Frankenstein?
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