Reposting from my friend Shez’s blog. This is an amazing contest with incredible quality of work.
Kindergarten and First Grade:
A Big Problem by Brianna T.
Adventures of Big D and BMC by Emma W.
Zoo With A Strange Zookeeper by Vivian L.
Second and Third Grade:
The Adventures of Blue Flame the Heroic Giant Squid-Fighting Hero by Sage M.
Ruby, A Twisting Tale by Emilie M.
Mittens the Cat by Melea von T.
Fourth and Fifth Grade:
1 by Nicci M.
One Girl Revolution by Sadie Z.
Blaze by Alexandra S.
The Princess by Lena G.
Becoming Callie by Lena G.
Trixie by Lydia A.
Happy Ending is a Place by Mandy H.
Violet Fire by Bryn B.
Kite by Hannah S.
Hollin by Garrett R.
Common Animals by Thomas B.
Little Angel by Adayla S.
Why I Missed the Second Set by Rose C.
Untitled by Larissa S.
Tales of the Humbats: The Seventh Piece by Raven M.
Children of the Stars by Holden M.
Shattering Darkness by Vienna H.
The Scouser Cap by Emily V.
Cadence by Scout G.
Vengeance: 25 cents by Kathleen M.
Don’t Look Down by Tanya S
If Pearls Could Sing by Pamela C.
Broken Things by Emily D.
Falling Night by Anna W.
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