Program

Letters About Literature

A national reading-writing contest for grades 4-12.

Contact

Kyle Volland
Program Assistant
(207) 773-5051

Details

Letters About Literature

2018 Letters About Literature awards

2018 Awards Level 1 (grades 4-6) First Place: Jasmine Lockwood, SeDoMoCha Middle School, about Too Tought to Hurt Second Place: Aelia Russell, Center for Teaching and Learning, about Because of Mr. Terupt Semifinalists: Olivia Bean, Daniel F. Mahoney Middle School, about Out of My Mind Abigail Bergmark, Mary Snow School, about Hello, Universe Ruth Burchstead, Center for Teaching and Learning, about I… Read more

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2018 Letters About Literature: Sylvette Dupé-Vété-Congolo

  Entry from the 2018 Letters About Literature competition   Dear Ms. Angie Thomas, I am a fourteen-year-old Maine ninth grader. Since elementary school, I have heard comments about who I am intrinsically: “Can I touch your hair?”, “What the heck do you ha ve on your head?” Even a teacher told me once that he could… Read more

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2018 Letters About Literature: Olivia Martin

  Entry from the 2018 Letters About Literature competition   Dear Shannon Hale, Reading the book Dangerous was like riding a roller coaster of emotions. One book allowed me to pursue dreams, survive danger, have hope, grieve losses, and endure pain. All of these things I felt by embodying Maisie Brown through your words. Before reading your… Read more

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2018 Letters About Literature: Jasmine Lockwood

  Entry from the 2018 Letters About Literature competition   Dear Mary Lou Carney, “She must hate me. Really hate me.” I have parent problems, just like Garren. If you are anything like me you know life can be hard at times, but you can always get through them. If you have ever been abused like I… Read more

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