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CityLit Festival - Maryland Humanities Council’s Letters About Literature

Maryland Humanities CouncilCityLit Festival

Letters About Literature is a national writing contest for students in grades 4 to 10 sponsored by the Center for the Book in the Library of Congress. The program encourages young readers to write to the author of a book expressing how that book changed their view of themselves or the world. In state program is managed by the Maryland Humanities Council. Every year at CityLit Festival, students and their families from around the state gather to recognize regional winners.

Special Guest Author:Jonathon Scott Fuqua’s latest book, Calvert the Raven In the Battle of Baltimore, is an illustrated book for children. Fuqua has written YA novels, novels for adults, illustrated chapter books, and graphic novels.

CityLit Festival was made possible in part by the generous support of the following: Art Works - Maryland State Arts Council - Baltimore Office of Promotion & the Arts - Baltimore Community Foundation

Recorded On: Saturday, April 13, 2013

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