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Toledo Library Hosts Writing Contest for Local Students
Nearly 18,000 local students have participated in writing contests supported by the Library Legacy Foundation

The Toledo Lucas County Public Library is hosting the annual Writing Contest, with this years theme: ďA Day with My #BFF (Book Friend Forever)! Students can spend the day with their "BFF" by choosing a character and exploring their world or bringing that character into the studentís world.

Hogwarts, Wakanda, Wonderland - the only limit to this yearís writing contest is imagination!

Guidelines:
-The story must be an original work, which comes solely from studentís imagination
- Story should include three parts Ė a beginning, middle, and end
- 500 word maximum
- Hand written or typed entry accepted
- Winners must have parent/guardian permission to receive prizes

Grade Categories:
K-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12

1st Place: $150
2nd Place: $100
3rd Place: $25
4 Honorable Mentions: $25

Prizes will be awarded in each grade category from all entries. Stories must be turned in by Saturday, March 23, 2019. No entries will be accepted after March 23.

TLCPL has published the 1st-3rd place essays in Overdrive for the past four years. The winners names are searchable as authors in the Library catalog.

To enter stop by any library location or visit: toledolibrary.org/writingcontest



 


 

 

   
   


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