Tag Archive: Highlights Foundation

The Winner? It Could be YOU!

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Are you ready to see a winner reveal?

Our Second Mid-Month Weekend Commenting Challenge #SOL18

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Get the fire extinguisher ready because your fingers might burst into flames with commenting motivation when I tell you what our second mid-month commenting challenge prize is going to be this weekend!

A Big Prize For Our Weekend Commenting Challenge

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As you know, our community thrives on comments. We share our stories and we connect with our readers. In the spirit of that community, we are offering the second mid-month challenge of the 10th Annual SOLSC. This weekend, we have a life-changing opportunity!

Congratulations to the Winner

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Thank you, Highlights Foundation, for this generous prize. Your support of our writing community is so deeply appreciated by us and our readers.

Another Commenting Challenge with a BIG Prize

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Writing is only one part of what makes this community strong. Our community would exist without the generosity of your writing AND comments.

For this, we want to reward you by offering an incredible opportunity! This weekend, we aim to demonstrate our appreciation of this community with our second Commenting Challenge.

How NOT to Publish a Picture Book.

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Author/illustrator Val Jones’s first picture book, Who Wants Broccoli? was released earlier this month. She tells us about her path to publication in today’s Author Spotlight post.

Congratulations to the Winner

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Announcing the winner of our second Commenting Challenge!

Another Commenting Challenge with a BIG Prize

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Are you ready for our second Commenting Challenge? Check out this prize from the Highlights Foundation!

Picture books are art forms.

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I spent a weekend in the woods learning about picture book art and design at a workshop led by educators from the Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art and the Highlights Foundation.

Unworkshop

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Wouldn’t it be great to escape for a few days to just write? Oh, do I have a place for you! You won’t have to cook a single meal, it’s tranquil, there’s wifi, AND it’s affordable.