Contest invites bookmark creativity

Preschool kids to teens in Grade 12 can show off their creativity and artistic flair by entering an original bookmark design in the Fraser Valley Regional Library’s Reading is Delicious bookmark contest.

This year’s theme encourages kids and teens to savour each word and discover just how tasty a good book can be.

The contest is divided into five age categories.

Entrants’ designs will be judged for the chance to win prizes from community libraries, including the White Rock branch.

The top bookmarks from each library will be entered into the grand prize final where they will be judged on creativity and artistic merit.

A grand-prize winner from each of the five categories will have his or her bookmark printed and distributed to all 24 FVRL locations.

Contest rules, prize information and entry forms with space to create a unique bookmark are available at any FVRL location or online at www.fvrl.ca

Completed forms and designs must be in by Oct. 1.

 

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