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Banned Books Week Coloring Contest: Coloring Contest

About the Contest

Banned Books Week Coloring Contest

How to participateCensorship is a dead end. Find your freedom to read. ala.org/bbooks

  1. Download one of the coloring sheets below or pick up a copy at the Circulation Desk of the library. 
  2. Color in any medium you choose- crayons, colored pencil, watercolor or even digital coloring!
  3. Submit a photo of your creation in a message on one of our social media platforms or by email to mlobley@ecok.edu by Sept. 21.

Prizes

  1. Library staff will vote on the top 6 entries by Sept. 25 to proceed to the public vote.
  2. Visitors to this page will vote on the top 6 entries and select 3 winners by Oct. 2. 
  3. The top 3 winners will receive a prize bag from the library that will be available for pickup at the Circulation Desk. 

Learn more about Banned Books Week at ala.org/bbooks

Coloring Sheets

Censorship is a dead end. Find your freedom to read. Right-click image to save as a PNG or download the PDF below.

Words have power Right-click image to save as a PNG or download the PDF below.

Speak out for banned books Right-click image to save as a PNG or download the PDF below.

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Entries

Check back on Sept. 25 to vote on your favorite entries!

All entries will be posted here as they are received. 

 

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Entries

Ratna Shrestha