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Scrawl: Rockland Teens Write 2017

Scrawl Rockland Teens Write The Teen Division of LARC The Library Association of Rockland County is proud to present the second collection of stories essays and poems written by teens who reside in Rockland County Teens in gra

  • Title: Scrawl: Rockland Teens Write 2017
  • Author: J.G. Faherty Carolyn MacCullough Abby Sher
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 273
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Teen Division of LARC The Library Association of Rockland County is proud to present the second collection of stories, essays, and poems written by teens who reside in Rockland County Teens in grades 6 12 submitted over 140 pieces for consideration In your hands is the work of the finalists, who include public, private, and home schooled students Each experiencesThe Teen Division of LARC The Library Association of Rockland County is proud to present the second collection of stories, essays, and poems written by teens who reside in Rockland County Teens in grades 6 12 submitted over 140 pieces for consideration In your hands is the work of the finalists, who include public, private, and home schooled students Each experiences the world differently every day Each young author has a unique voice and perspective that highlights the cultural diversity that makes Rockland County great.With forwards by special guest editors J.G Faherty, Carolyn MacCullough, and Abby Sher.

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    1 thought on “Scrawl: Rockland Teens Write 2017

    1. This is an amazing book by an amazing group of young students who are eager to become professional writers. As one of the editors, I had the opportunity to read many of the fiction pieces, non-fiction stories, and poems ahead of time, and I continue to be astounded by the creativity, imaginations, and emotional freedom these teens display. This is the second Scrawl volume (vol. 1 came out in 2016) and these are real testaments to the hard work of the librarians and students who worked together t [...]

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