Awards Each state recognizes and awards prizes to winning participants. December 4, is the deadline for Level 3: Your letter should be personal and sincere, more like a private conversation rather than a book report or fan letter.
Then write a poem or create a piece of art on what you discover. Staple the coupon to the last page of the letter. Judges selected by affiliate Centers for the Book choose the top letters in each competition level for their state and coordinate recognition ceremonies and awards.
All 4thth graders are invited to participate! Level 2 - Grades The contest is open to any child in the world, years of age.
Please go to read. Letters About Literature asks student readers to write a letter to an author describing how his or her work touched their life in a personal way. Letters are judged on state and national levels. Prizes will be awarded to the top three winners of each competition level.
If you are submitting for more than one level, use a separate envelope for each level. Is personal reflection evident in the letter?
Class Set of Letter: Complete the entry coupon and staple it to your entry. Imagine sitting down with the author of this work and sharing your personal thoughts. Does the essay express ideas creatively, communicating a unique or powerful point of view?
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The Library of Congress will announce all National and National Honor Winners and awards and will list all state-level winners on its website. Dates to be determined. Teachers should submit class sets in one envelope rather than submitting letters individually in single envelopes.
This is not a fan letter but rather a reflection on how an author influenced you. Your name and complete return address either school or home must appear in the upper right corner of the first page of the letter.
Plan to make sure entries are in by January 12, Grades 9, 10, 11 and 12 Deadline all competition levels:Does the essay address the contest theme of how an author's work changed the reader's view of self or the world?
Is personal reflection evident in the letter?
Entries that are book summaries or fan letters will be eliminated. Three national winners in the Library’s Letters About Literature essay contest will read their letters to the authors they wrote to.
Letters About Literature is a national reading and writing program that asks young people in grades 4 through 12 to write to an author (living or deceased) about how his or her book affected their lives.
More than 50, young. Letters About Literature Contest Information The contest calls on students grades to write a personal letter to an author, living or dead, from any genre (fiction or nonfiction, contemporary or classic, etc.) explaining how that author's work changed the student's way of thinking about the world or their self.
Winners of the Letters About Literature contest read their entries. With more than students entering the contest, Colorado was one of the most active "Letters About Literature" states in The winners were announced by the Colorado Center for the Book on April 13,in an awards ceremony in the governor's mansion in Denver.
The Friends, Minnesota Center for the Book: Letters About Literature national essay contest invites all Minnesota students in grades to "Read.
Be Inspired. Write Back.".Download