NW Young Authors & Illustrators—Bothell, WA

March 9, 2018
Heritage Christian Academy


Young Authors & Illustrators: 
ACSI Young Authors and Illustrators exists to develop the writing process, motivate a deeper desire for reading and writing, and to develop themes expressing Christian goals, lifestyles, and truths. Students from grades 1-6 participate in writing, illustrating, producing, and presenting original books, six of which are selected from the local school level to be submitted for the district event. This half-day event includes general sessions, specific workshops to encourage the development of book writing, and book-talk sessions for children to share their books with others. An award ceremony culminates the afternoon. 

Fees:
$60—School Registration Fee
$9—Per Student Participation Fee

Young Authors & Illustrators Handbooks & Resources





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