Congratulations to the winners of the 2014 Callaway County Youth Poetry Contest, sponsored by the Callaway County Public Library and the Auxvasse Creative Arts Program! The theme for this year was “I imagine a world where…”
5-8 years old
1st Elise Klein
2nd Lia Bondurant
3rd Anna Klein
9-12 years old
1st Heidi Royer
2nd Haley Garrett
3rd Corrie Bolton
13-18 years old
1st Dallin Rickabaugh
2nd Garett Ballard
3rd Anna Casady
The contest was judged by Clarence Wolfshohl and Denise Felt. For more information, please visit the Auxvasse Creative Arts Program. You can also read the winning entries on the library’s website!
Designed by Heidi Ballos
A group of very talented kids and teens created bookmarks to promote our upcoming Summer Reading program. The teen theme this year is “Spark a Reaction” and the kids’ theme is “Fizz, Boom, Read!” See the 2014 winners, and be sure to pick up a bookmark when you visit the library!
Imagine balloons and confetti dropping from the ceiling as you read this! A big congratulations to the winners of our Pete the Cat giveaway. Jason M. and Sang M. each won a copy of “Pete the Cat and His Four Groovy Buttons” by Eric Litwin.
If you didn’t win, don’t worry. You can always check out Pete the Cat books from your library!
We are happy to announce the winners from our book giveaway! Amruta, Jade and Jane are the winners of a copy of “The Zoo’s Shoes” by Lynn Brunell.
Keep reading our blog to learn about about future contests giveaways!
“Pete the Cat and His Four Groovy Buttons,” written by Eric Litwin and illustrated by James Dean, captured 4,494 votes and was named the winner of the 2013 Missouri Building Block Picture Book Award!
This award is presented annually to the author and illustrator of the picture book voted most popular by preschool children in Missouri’s public libraries, and almost 22,000 Missouri children voted this year. In at second place is “It’s a Tiger!” written by David LaRochelle and illustrated by Jeremy Tankard with 3,200 votes. “Cat Secrets” by Jef Czekaj narrowly captured third place with 2,625 votes.
Earlier this month, voters from DBRL were in tune with the rest of Missouri children and picked the same winner!