December 18, 2010
Winning $100 for a hundred word essay sounds pretty awesome to me! Respond to the question: “How does technology make the world a better place?” Check out the contest and rules on www.tweentribune.com
July 7, 2009
Wake Forest Reads: Perfect by Natasha Friend
★ ★ ★ 3 stars
This book is about 13-year-old Isabelle whose life is far from perfect. She has an eating disorder, a “snitching” sister, a depressed mom, and worst of all, a dead father. Read the rest of this entry »
March 16, 2009
Did you love Suzanne Collins’ The Hunger Games as much as I did? Enter this contest to win lunch with the author in New York City!
From Publishers’ Weekly website:
“Scholastic is also launching a writing contest to promote Catching Fire(the sequel). From March 16 to May 15, readers ages 12 to 17 can submit an essay describing how they would survive the fight-to-the-death games chronicled in The Hunger Games. The winner will receive a lunch with Collins and her editors at Scholastic in New York City; the winner and 100 runners-up will also get an ARC of Catching Fireand a mockingjay pin (the bird featured on the books’ covers). Details and official rules are available at Scholastic’s Hunger Games Web site. “
October 9, 2007
Join Mirrorstone and Hallowmere to celebrate Teen Read Week (Oct. 14-20) and enter a Hallowmere virtual fan contest. Your entry could win a Nintendo Wii for your library or an iPod just for you. Visit Mirrorstonebooks.com for complete info on the contest!
Hallowmere is an all-new fantasy series for teens. In the 10 book series, six girls from around the world are drawn together to rescue their missing classmates and prevent catastrophe in an epic battle between dark Fey and the mortal world.