Chil­dren – write a re­view and win prizes for your school

The Herald - Arts - - Books -

Writ­ing a book re­view looks easy, but could you do it? Here at ABC, we think it’s some­thing ev­ery­one should at­tempt at least once in their life, so to cel­e­brate the re­turn of Aye Write! Bank of Scot­land Book Fes­ti­val, Bank of Scot­land is of­fer­ing you the chance to win £500worthof­book­to­kens for your school. Write a re­view of a book you have read re­cently – fiction or non-fiction – or an old favourite. Send it, along with your­name,age,schooland par­ent’s or guardian’s phone num­ber,toAyeWrite!Bankof Scot­land Book Fes­ti­val, Ma­te­rial, River­side House, 260 Clyde Street, Glas­gow G1 4JH. Re­viewsshouldbe250-500 words,and­should­say­whyyou think it is a good read. Thewin­ningre­view­for­both pri­ma­ryand­sec­ondary­will win£500book­to­kens­fortheir schoolandt­worun­ner­sup­will win£125worthof­book­to­kens fortheirschool. All win­ners will have their work pub­lished in The Her­ald and re­ceive tick­ets to at­tend the BankofS­cot­landFire­works Con­cer­tonSun­dayAu­gust31. Youwon’tget­fa­mous­from writ­ing re­views, but you will have a lot of fun. Nor­malHer­aldtermsand con­di­tions ap­ply. En­trants must ask a par­ent or guardian for per­mis­sion to en­ter. You must post your en­try to the ad­dress spec­i­fied above and we must re­ceive your en­try on or be­fore March24. Win­ners will be con­tacted by April 4, 2008. The judges’ de­ci­sion is fi­nal. Visit: www.the­ fea­tures/art.

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