Thursday, May 27, 2010

O frabjous day! Callooh! Callay!

We're thrilled to announced the winners of this year's annual Art and Writing Contest (fanfare and ticker-tape, please!):

ages 5-7 art

1stAugie Oppenheimer"The Dragons of Wayward Crescent"
2ndBen Pratt"Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus"
3rdPiper Larin"Arthur Writes a Story"
HMJulia Rasmussen"The Old Meadow"

ages 8-10 art

Bennett Graff"National Audubon Society Field
Guide to Fishes of North America"
2ndValerie Dubinsky"The Evolution of Calpurnia Tate"
3rdIrene Wu"If You Give a Pig a Pancake"
HMLena Rhie"Yummers"

ages 11-13 art

1stCharlotte Holt"The Hundred Dresses"
2ndKay Goodhart"Indigo's Star"
3rdSara Mittelmeier Curtis"Silent Pond"
HMAbigail Dickson"Highwire 66"

ages 5-7 writing

1stPete Christensen"The Monkeys are Scared"
2ndGrace Valaskovic"We Us Mittens"
3rdPeter Loutzenhiser"The Bear and the Hare Were Fighting
Over a Pear"
HMKayla Bernard"Jazz"

ages 8-10 writing

1stJohn Vernaglia"Ode to Baseball"
2ndSam Wachman"Dugongs"
3rdBen Ringler"A Flock of Leaping Words"
HMEliza Broughton"A Pilgrim's Diary"
HMLila Cardillo"The Pre-Birthday Mystery"
HMGabriel Colburn"The Unknown, the Mysteries, the Death"

ages 11-13 writing

1stMax Zegans"Like a Rat"
2ndDasol Lee"Peculiar Happenings"
3rdCoby Gray"Inheritance"
HMEva Koplow"Reading Emily"

All the writing and artwork is posted on our separate contest-centric blog. See the winning entries here and congratulate the authors and artists!

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