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Nonfiction Writing CONTEST: To my dear Storyworks readers, Good, because I am desperate for your help! Help Lauren Write an Article! You choose the topic. You do the research. Lauren writes the article (with your help!). Would you like to help me write a Storyworks article? I need one of you to be my assistant for the nonfiction article that will appear in the April/May issue of Storyworks. If you win this contest, you will pick the topic, help with research, and give feedback on my drafts. Your name and photo will appear in Storyworks as a contributor to the story. Here’s what you need to do: LOOKING FOR THE CREATE A CHARACTER CONTEST? IT’S COMING IN OCTOBER! 1 2 3 4 5 GET A COPY OF THE CONTEST ENTRY FORM. Your teacher can find it at Storyworks Online. It will give you instructions on exactly what you need to do to enter. SUGGEST A TOPIC. The story can be about a person or an event that you find fascinating—and that other Storyworks readers will love reading about too. DO THE RESEARCH. Easy: Just follow the directions on the contest entry form. WRITE A PARAGRAPH. Tell me why your topic would be a great choice for Storyworks . SEND YOUR ENTRY BY NOVEMBER 2, 2015. See details on the contest entry form. Our team will read all the entries and then choose one winner. Ten runners-up will receive a Storyworks prize and a mention on our website. I can’t wait to see what you come up with! Lauren Tarshis 10 STOR YWORKS ILLUSTRATION: LANCE LEKANDER; ISTOCKPHOTO.COM/GETTY IMAGES (PAD AND PAPER); BIANCA ALEXIS (LAUREN TARSHIS)

New! Nonfiction Contest

CONTEST: Help Lauren Write an Article!

You choose the topic. You do the research. Lauren writes the article (with your help!).

To my dear Storyworks readers, Would you like to help me write a Storyworks article?

Good, because I am desperate for your help!

I need one of you to be my assistant for the nonfiction article that will appear in the April/May issue of Storyworks. If you win this contest, you will pick the topic, appear in Storyworks help with research, and give feedback on my drafts. Your name and photo will as a contributor to the story. Here’s what you need to do:

1 GET A COPY OF THE CONTEST ENTRY FORM.

Your teacher can find it at Storyworks Online. It will give you instructions on exactly what you need to do to enter.

2 SUGGEST A TOPIC.

The story can be about a person or an event that you find fascinating—and that other Storyworks readers will love reading about too.

3 DO THE RESEARCH.

Easy: Just follow the directions on the contest entry form.

4 WRITE A PARAGRAPH.

Tell me why your topic would be a great choice for Storyworks.

5 SEND YOUR ENTRY BY NOVEMBER 2, 2015.

See details on the contest entry form.

Our team will read all the entries and then choose one winner. Ten runners-up will receive a Storyworks prize and a mention on our website.

I can’t wait to see what you come up with!

Lauren Tarshis

Read the full article at http://browndigital.bpc.com/article/New%21+Nonfiction+Contest/2059579/265645/article.html.

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