Hey teens, like The Lunar Chronicles? Us, too. Want to win a box set of hardcover books that includes Cinder, Scarlet, Cress, Fairest: Levana’s Story, and Winter? Thought so.
EPIC, the teen advisory board for the SM Energy ideaLAB, is looking for a logo to use on shirts and all kinds of other things. And they know Denver teens are creative and make amazing things. So they're asking for your help! And we're also willing to bribe you...
After over 2,500 votes, we have our 2015 Art Contest Winners!
This artwork will be printed and distributed during Summer of Reading 2015. Thanks to everyone who voted!
2015 Poster Contest Winner:
Poster by Olivia Cline, age 11, Denver School of the Arts:
Teens! This is your time to vote! December is coming to end and that means the 2014 Blue Spruce Award voting is almost finished!
The Blue Spruce Award is a contest held throughout the state of Colorado in which teens (grades 6-12) nominate and then vote on titles to proclaim a winner. The nominations are already in for the year and there are 20 outstanding and very diverse titles to dig into!
It was a tight race, but we have our 2014 Art Contest Winners! Thanks to everyone who voted!
The 2014 Poster Winner:
Poster by Jaqueline Rodriquez, age 16, Denver Center for International Studies at Montbello
Denver teen, Jesus Reyes, age 17, was selected among hundreds of entries as a regional winner of YALSA’s (Young Adult Library Services Association) WrestleMania Reading Challenge, and in March he traveled to Miami where he won the championship which came along with ringside seats to Wrestlemania XXVIII. Reyes, an avid fan of professional wrestling, is a customer at Denver Public Library’s Athmar Park Branch Library.