November Story Winner: “I Love Ben” by Anna

December 13, 2011 at 1:38 am Leave a comment

It is time, folks, for another Faber-Castell Scribble Your Story contest winner!  And that winner is Anna, who wrote the heartfelt “I Love You, Ben.”  November brought books of thanks, namely thanks for those in our lives.  Dads, moms, brothers, sisters, grandmas, grandpas… so it’s no wonder that our winner this month is a book written especially for the author’s loved one.   In her story, Anna recounts reasons she loves Ben and reminds us of the importance of love for family.

Our guest judge this month is Gina Otto , author of Cassandra’s Angel.  Gina has worked in film production, advertising, and the fashion industry for the past fifteen years. In 1995, she began speaking with teenagers about the importance of self perception and how it is affected by popular culture. 

Although Gina was a fan of many of the eBooks written in November, she chose Anna’s book, saying she was “touched that she used her time and talent to write a story to encourage and uplift someone else.   She also noted the rhyming verse and thought that Anna’s “imaginative and colorful illustrations were beautiful.

Anna will be receiving $100 of art supplies from our friends at Faber-Castell, including a Young Artists Essentials Gift Set.  Congratulations, Anna!  Perhaps you can enjoy using your new art supplies with dear Ben?

To read other great books written by kids, and to learn how to enter the Faber-Castell Scribble Your Story contest, check out the Scribble Press eBookshelf.  Maybe the holidays will inspire you to write a story of your own!

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