Secretary of State and State Librarian Jesse White, the Illinois State Library and the Illinois Center for the Book have provided information about Letters about Literature 2013.
Letters About Literature is a national reading and writing program that invites students in Grades 4-10 to read a book, reflect on it and write a letter to the author letting the author know how the book changed their life or their view of the world. There are three writing levels for Letters About Literature – Level I (Grades 4–6), Level II (Grades 7-8) and Level III (Grades 9-10). The deadline to enter the competition is Jan. 11.
Contact your local library for more information or talk to your English/reading teacher at your local school.
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