Congratulations to the winners of the City of Edmonds Arts Commission “Best Book I Ever Read” poster contest for third graders.
This year’s Outstanding Award Winners are Mei Brown, Chase Lake, Sara Cambronero, Westgate, Cadence Entermille, Seaview, Yocelin Espino, Chase Lake, Rileigh Hanson, Chase Lake, Myles Heckman, Seaview, Nathan Holt, Holy Rosary, Maya Kidder, Holy Rosary, Amanda Ly, Seaview, Cylis Manfredo, Westgate, Nadia Martynenko, Chase Lake, Alistair McDonald, Holy Rosary, Larissa Meyer, Sherwood, Mady Parks, Chase Lake, Kylie Reynolds, Seaview, Tessa Sather, Maplewood, Matthew Smith, Sherwood, Nikki Susanto, Seaview, Emily Swank, Chase Lake and Elizabeth Yockey, Maplewood.
This year’s Honorable Mention Award Winners are Lea Abandonato, Westgate, Tyler Bailey, Holy Rosary, Zoe Coughtry-Miller, Seaview, Bridget Evans, Sherwood, Aaron Flores, Chase Lake, Paige Fortin, Seaview, Anthony Foster, Chase Lake, Evan Gibbs, Chase Lake, Tegan Huff, Maplewood, Sophia Jasang, Chase Lake, Willa Jones, Madrona, Lilyan Nyguen, Seaview, Jake Olson, Chase Lake, Tina Pham, Seaview, Ava Reese, Holy Rosary, Katherine Schimpf, Holy Rosary, Rachel Shelley, Seaview, Dirk Smith, Maplewood, Nya Taylor, Sherwood and Alex Weber, Sherwood.
The winning posters are on display through May 16 in the Frances Anderson Center, 700 Main St. The “Best Book I Ever Read” Poster Contest is an annual event that gives Edmonds third grade and multi-age classroom students the opportunity to make posters featuring a favorite book. The Best Book Contest started fifteen years ago and was designed to celebrate both literary and visual arts. The contest coincides with the National Children’s Book Week. The program is jointly sponsored by the Edmonds Arts Commission and the Friends of the Edmonds Library in cooperation with the Edmonds School District Library Media Specialists.