Make a picture book for World Book Day and your school could win 50 printed copies of your winning book, £100 worth of books for your library, plus a free visit by an author or illustrator! Visit www.ReadingZone.com for further details!
Children and young people aged four to 18 years are being challenged to make their own picture book for World Book Day, with the launch of the ReadingZone Picture Book Competition 2014 resources on 15th January 2014. The WBD competition will run in schools, libraries and homes until 25th April 2014. The winners will be announced in June. Author and illustrator Guy Parker-Rees (illustrator of Giraffes Can't Dance) will select the winning entries
The winning schools / libraries will receive 50 printed copies of their picture book and their picture books will be posted online at www.ReadingZone.com. Prizes will also include £100 worth of books for the winning schools / libraries, and a free author visit for the overall winner.
Picture book entries will be shared by ReadingZone on Facebook (ReadingZonePictureBooks) and Twitter (#ReadingZone). Supporters of the picture book competition include publishers Hachette Children's Books, Simon & Schuster, Macmillan, Templar and Walker Books, as well as authors and illustrators. Contact: info@ReadingZone.com
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