Columbia, SC- Showcasing the talents of young people across the Midlands, Richland Library prepares for the upcoming release of the annual literary magazine, Kids in Print 2019. This year's publication marks the 24th edition.
Children and teens, ages six to 18, have shared their poetry, stories, short plays, essays, drawings and photographs with the library. Our staff received hundreds of submissions and selected more than 50 contributors.
Here is a complete list of the featured young authors and artists:
Arrows Academy - Wyatt Butcher & Cailyn Hileman
Blythewood High School - Kamryn Jenkins
Brockman Elementary School - Lydea Broughton
Crayton Middle School - Alice Dunlap
Cutler Jewish Day School - Adena Weinkle
Dent Middle School - Calvin Stevick-Brown & Clare Venn
Dutch Fork High School - Lauren Chen & Kai Williams
Dutch Fork Middle School - Kaylee Chen
Forest Lake Elementary School - Nathan Mirosavich
Green Charter School of the Midlands - Shekina Arroyo
Harbison West Elementary School - Taliah Simmons
Homeschool - Jonathan Allen, Caleb Geisbert, Anna Hedges, Ella Hedges, Jubilee McBrayer-Donath, Brant Miller, Jesse Morgan, Danka Ndubuisi, Izajasz Ndubuisi, Milka Ndubuisi, Slawka Ndubuisi, Ariah Robertson, Rosemarie Sbardella & Linus Skinner
Lake Carolina Elementary School - Kelsey Anderson, Jasmine Emokpae, Laniya Hargrove & Hazel Turner
Montessori School of Columbia - Zoya Biliovsky, Elizabeth Clarkson, Lucy Kisner-Drennan, Cullen Maas & Zola Weinberg
Pleasant Hill Middle School - Jacob Peterson-Griffin
Pontiac Elementary School - Elle Lockard
Richland Northeast High School - Lucia Brown
Rosewood Elementary School - Evan Livengood, Audrey Stuart & Sophie Wachtel
Round Top Elementary School - Addison David
Sandhills School - Grayson Evans, Lucas Richardson & John Sawicki
Satchel Ford Elementary School - Isla Johansson
Spring Hill High School - Garrett Lewis
W. G. Sanders Middle School - Sadee Broughton
Richland Library is celebrating the work of these young contributors during a reception on Saturday, May 11. Details are forthcoming online at richlandlibrary.com.
For questions, please contact Emily Stoll at 803-587-3637 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Richland Library
Awarded the National Medal in 2017 by the Institute of Museum and Library Services, Richland Library is a vibrant, contemporary organization that provides resources and information that advance the Midlands. Offering state-of-the-art technology, a variety of literary and cultural programs and 12 bustling facilities located throughout the county, Richland Library provides a truly customizable, modern library experience for residents and visitors alike.
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