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Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Win a Critique!

The FALL session is open for the 
Lucky Clover Picture Book Contest. 
Deadline is December 31. 
Hurry, time's a tickin'!
Just look at all the lovely winners from the past.

August 2010:  No Sleep For Theo by Tanya Finestone (regular)
October 2010:  Sylvia Sloth, Star of the Week by Lynne Marie (regular)
November 2010:  A Princess Tells You What to Do by Catherine Denton(early)
December 2010:  A Monster in Your Yard by Jerone Agee (early)
February 2011:  A Trip to the Beach by Catherine Johnson (rhyming)
     and...Willie the Worm by Brian Cretney (regular)
March/April/May 2011:  First Class Knight by Dave Haynes (regular)
     and...Winka the Witch by Jennifer Young (rhyming)
June 2011: The Way I Go by Rosi Hollinbeck (rhyming)
Summer 2011Jungle Jam by Caterina Malerba (regular)
Fall 2011Big Al by Catherine Johnson (early)
Winter 2012Cleveland, the Dirty Bird by Gail Kamer (early)
Spring 2012Artsy, Fartsy Spider by Romelle Broas Guittap (regular)
Summer 2012: Don't Splash the Mama! by Lauri Meyers (early)
Fall 2012: IT COULD BE YOU!!!


Want to enter? 
Go ahead, be brave!

***And if you missed yesterday's post, be sure to visit and learn all about how to rhyme in picture books. It's Story Element #9 with Sherry North's Because You Are My Baby.***

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