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Tell a toon tale: create your own comic strip

AUCKLAND CITY COUNCIL
MEDIA RELEASE
28 August 2006

Tell a toon tale: create your own comic strip

Both Avondale and Blockhouse Bay Community Libraries are running fun competitions in September where kids and teens can use their creativity to create their very own comic strip.

Kindly sponsored by the Avondale Community Board, the winners of each age category at each library will receive great prizes such as book vouchers and other goodies.

To enter, pick up an entry form from either Avondale or Blockhouse Bay Community Libraries.

Details

Avondale Community Library, 93 Rosebank Rd, Avondale
Competition dates: Starts Monday, 11 September – Saturday, 7 October
If you are 5 – 7 years old, write your story in 100 words or under with illustrations
If you are 8 – 13 years old, tell your story in 21 illustrated frames

Blockhouse Bay Community Library, 578 Blockhouse Bay Rd, Blockhouse Bay
Competition dates: Starts Saturday, 16 September – Saturday, 14 October
If you are 5 – 7 years old, write your story in 250 words or under with illustrations
If you are 8 – 10 years old, tell your story in 21 illustrated frames
If you are 11 – 13 years old, tell your story in 21 illustrated frames

For more information about Auckland City Libraries, go to www.aucklandcitylibraries.com

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