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Kids in Print

Richland Library  recently published more than 60 young Midlands authors and artists in Kids in Print.  Children submitted their art, poems and stories and were selected based on originality and craftsmanship. Check out our artists and authors at photostream on Flickr, and visit the Children's Room at Main to see winning pieces on display! 

Congratulations, authors and artists, on being brave and expressing yourself.

--The Kids in Print Selection Committee

Get Inspired

Richland Library has so much to offer to spark the imagination of young minds.  Get lost in a book, attend a class or event, or check out our fun movie collection!  If your family is always on the go, grab one of our Playaway audiobooks or video players.  With all of these wonderful resources, it’s easy for Midlands youth to get inspired and come up with a creative work of their own.  

Children

Teens

Kids in Print Guidelines

What? Type or hand write your original essay, poem or short story in black ink on 8.5 x 11 inch white paper.  Written submissions are limited to one page, single-spaced.   Draw all artwork in black ink on 8.5 x 11 inch white paper. Black and white photographs are accepted.  No notebook paper, copies or tracings, please.  Entries will not be returned.

When? Entries accepted at all locations and online (directions below). The deadline for this year's Kids in Print has passed. We will begin accepting submissions again in the fall of 2013.

Questions?  Call 803.988.0894 to get the answers.

View our most recent Kids in Print Showcase