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Useful tips Use white craft paper or white multipurpose paper, no smaller than 8 ½” X 11” but no larger than 9” X 12”. Avoid the use of notebook paper. Write legibly (or type) so others enjoy reading your story! Create pictures that are big, colorful and clear! Avoid binding stories; instead, staple story at the upper left corner. There is no need for folders, plastic binding, sheet protectors and the like. Entry form should be placed on top of each story, but do not glue, paste or bind in any manner the entry form to the story (paper clips OK). Entry forms will be separated from the story during the judging process. Seek help from parents, teacher or big brothers and sisters! But, remember that the child is the author and illustrator who imagines the overall concept, text and design for his story. For parents, remember that your signature on the entry form confirms the originality of your child’s story and art and grants permission to use the entry for promotional purposes.
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