The Henrico County Public Library is proud to announce the winner of the 2017 Build a Better Website Teen Art Contest: Maddie E.
8th grader Maddie has been awarded top honors for her whimsical colored pencil and watercolor design that will be incorporated prominently into the HCPL Teen Scene (www.hcplteenscene.org) website header.
Maddie will receive a $100 Barnes and Noble gift card for her effort.
26 submissions in total were received over the summer. On September 27th, HCPL teen librarians met to review the submissions and select a winning piece that would work well in an online format and capture the awesomeness of being a teen in Henrico. We encourage everybody to view the album of all submissions: 2017 Teen Art Contest. The creativity displayed by our teens is incredible!
2nd Place and Honorable Mention winners were also awarded. These individuals will each receive a gift card for Barnes and Noble.
Here is the full list of winners for the 2017 Build a Better Website Teen Art Contest:
1st Place – Maddie E. (8th gade)
2nd Place – Ethan S. (7th grade)
Honorable Mention – Shivram R. (10th grade)
Congratulations to Quinn C., grade 8, at Libbie Mill Library! Quinn’s Free Verse was randomly selected as this week’s Summer Stories Poetry Writing Contest winner. Quinn will receive a copy of The Daily Poet by Kelli Agodon & Martha Silano.
Week 7 Poem Type:
Quinn’s Winning Poem:
War never changes.
I wake up to smell the fresh air.
But all I smell is War.
I read the paper
and all I see is War.
I walk my dog around the block
and all I hear is War.
I go to work
and all I feel is War.
I go to Bed.
and I dream about War.
Then I wake up.
Over and over and over.
I pray for it to stop.
But it never ends.
All I know is War.
War never changes.
Congratulations to Isaiah T., grade 7, at Libbie Mill Library! Isaiah’s Limerick was randomly selected as this week’s Summer Stories Poetry Writing Contest winner. Isaiah will receive a copy of The Daily Poet by Kelli Agodon & Martha Silano.
Week 1 Poem Type:
Isaiah’s Winning Poem:
Once there was a girl named Ming
She saw a boy leave a little girl crying
The boy was laughing evilly.
So Ming slapped him silly.
And the two girls went home singing.