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CBC Holding Youth Writing Challenge with $1,000 Prize

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The CBC and the Canada Council for the Arts want to know your story of belonging. Whether it's a new school or a new country, we've all struggled to fit in. Write from the heart about a moment or journey when you felt like you belonged—or like you didn't.

Writers in the youth category (ages 12-18) will win a $1,000 prize. Former Governor General Adrienne Clarkson will choose the winner. Get writing, Canada! Go to cbc.ca/canadawrites to enter.

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IBBY Canada Call for Proposals: Frances E. Russell Grant

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The Canadian National Section of the International Board on Books for Young People (IBBY Canada) is now accepting proposals for the 2014 Frances E. Russell Grant. The $1,000 grant is intended to support IBBY Canada's mission "to initiate and encourage research in young people's literature in all its forms" and is given in support of research for a publishable work (a book or a paper) on Canadian children's literature.

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Make a Book Day with Marie-Louise Gay and Friends (November 8, 2014)

Make a Book Day Event (Nov 2014)

Groundwood Books and Small Print Toronto are joining forces to present Make a Book Day, an afternoon of presentations and activities for bibliophiles ages 4 to 9 featuring renowned Montreal-based creator Marie-Louise Gay, as well as Groundwood creators Irene Luxbacher, Qin Leng, Matt James and Kellen Hatanaka. Everyone is welcome to this free, kid-friendly, fun-filled afternoon.