Win a ticket to the 2012 Newbery-Caldecott Banquet!

Photo credit Alexandra and Michael Buxbuam

2011 Caldecott Winner Erin Stead and Caldecott Selection chair Judy Zuckerman; photo credit Alexandra and Michael Buxbaum

“How do you value your ALSC membership?”

By answering this question, you could win a free ticket to the Newbery Caldecott Banquet at the ALA Annual Conference in Anaheim, California on June 24, 2012.The ALSC Membership Committee and the Friends of ALSC are giving away ten individual tickets to ALSC members who are planning to be in Anaheim.

To enter, leave a comment under the contest post on the ALSC Facebook page, describing the value that you get from ALSC Membership. You can visit the ALSC Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/associationforlibraryservicetochildren.

The deadline to enter is April 15, 2012. Please limit your comment to 100 words. Only current personal ALSC members are eligible. Winners will be decided through a drawing of eligible entries. Ticket does not include any travel expenses or conference registration.

This contest is sponsored by the Friends of ALSC. For more information on this contest or the Friends of ALSC, please contact Dan Rude, drude@ala.org, or (800) 545-2433 ext 2164.

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One Response to Win a ticket to the 2012 Newbery-Caldecott Banquet!

  1. Inger says:

    I am not a member of ALSC, but I would like to become one in the future. How exciting it will be for the person who wins the free ticket to the Newberry/Caldecott banquet. I wish the best to all who enter the drawing for the ticket. I did a project about Caldecott winner Mary Azarian for my Children Resource and Services course last summer. For those who don’t already know, she did woodcut illustrations for books like Snowflake Bentley. Anyway, hopefully her work is highlighted at the banquet.

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