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Learn about Letters About Literature!

2017 October 2

Have you heard about Letters About Literature, but are not sure exactly what it is or how to help students in your community participate? You’re in luck! The Texas Center for the Book has released a new Letters About Literature information page! This page includes valuable information about the contest, including the following sharable video:

Letters About Literature is a reading/writing contest for 4th-12th graders under the direction of the Library of Congress.

State winners receive $100 and a trip to the Texas Library Association Conference. National winners receive $1,000 and travel assistance to the National Book Festival in Washington D.C.

Tens of thousands of students from across the country enter Letters About Literature each year. See this printable handout as a frame of reference for key information.

Questions? More information, including submission deadlines, can be found at the Letters About Literature page at https://www.tsl.texas.gov/lettersaboutliterature. You can also contact the Coordinator for the Texas Center for the Book, Rebekah Manley, at rmanley@tsl.texas.gov.

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