Nebraska scholar’s competed for the twenty second yr within the annual Letters About Literature competitors. They wrote to inform an writer about how books could make a distinction in a teen’s life.
Younger Nebraska writers who wrote profitable letters within the Letters About Literature competitors will obtain award certificates signed by Gov. Pete Ricketts. Letters About Literature is a state-wide studying and writing promotion program. The competitors encourages younger folks to learn, be impressed, and write again to the writer (residing or lifeless) who had an influence on their lives.
This annual contest is coordinated and sponsored by the Nebraska Heart for the E-book, Nebraska Library Fee, Houchen Bindery Ltd., Humanities Nebraska, and Chapters Bookstore in Seward.
Kaydence LaPuzza of Valley was named one of many runners-up for her letter to John Inexperienced.
The scholars wrote private letters to authors explaining how his or her work modified their view of themselves or the world. They chose authors from any style, fiction or nonfiction, up to date or basic. Winners have been chosen from three competitors ranges: higher elementary, center, and secondary faculty.
The Nebraska winners acquired money prizes and reward certificates, and have been be honored at a digital occasion on Might 12. Their profitable letters are positioned within the Jane Pope Geske Heritage Room of Nebraska Authors at Bennett Martin Public Library in Lincoln. For extra details about the competitors see http://centerforthebook.nebraska.gov/programs/LAL.html.