Cover It Up Contest Winners
March 05, 2014
Oscar Wilde once said, “A work of art is the unique result of a unique temperament.” I couldn’t agree more. Over the month of January and into mid-February Mid-Continent Public Library hosted an art contest for teens focusing on creating original book covers. We had an incredible amount of entries for our first go round.
First, let me say thank you to those who entered! We appreciate the time and effort it took to produce your unique piece. However, there can be only 10. That’s right; we had so many great pieces that we have chosen 10 as our top winners.
Please help me congratulate:
Eldest – Kaylee C., Colbern Road
The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod – Alissa C., Blue Springs South
Dead Girls Don’t Write Letters – Tatyana T., Lee’s Summit
Death Note: Another Note – Josephine K., Grandview
Graceling – Hannah W., Buckner
Call of the Wild – Megan H., Lee’s Summit
Inheritance – Kailie S., Blue Springs North
She Walks in Beauty – Alyssa H., Lee’s Summit
Looking for Alaska – Christina P., Boardwalk
Infinite Crisis – Alton S., South Independence
You can view the Top 10 as well as our 5 Honorable Mentions by vising our teen page at: http://www.mymcpl.org/teens/cover-it-winners
Please keep an eye out for more information regarding our next Cover It Up Art Contest taking place during Summer Reading.
Youth Services Department