Make sure to include your contact information at the bottom of the form.
Turn it in to your local library by 9:00 pm on Thursday, October 31, winners will be notified by November 30.
One entry per person.
What you get:
From all entries each community library will select multiple winners from each age category.
All winning book covers will be hung as posters inside the library.
Your name will be on the poster giving you full recognition.
You’ll be eligible for a Harry Potter book with the new book cover.
*All entries become the property of Santa Clara County Library District and may be reproduced for public distribution, displayed in the library, and posted to the library’s website. Entries will not be returned. SCCLD may use each winner’s name, design, and photograph for publicity purposes.
About the Harry Potter books:
The author J.K. Rowling published the first book in the series in the UK in 1997. Before becoming an international sensation the story of Harry Potter was rejected by nine publishers and it was finally picked up by Bloomsbury Publishing. The story of Harry came to Rowlings while riding on a train. Today Harry Potter is loved by millions of children and adults alike and Rowling went on to write six more volumes in the series. Since its inception there has also been an entire franchise of Harry Potter movies. It has become such a classic in children’s literature because it has all the right ingredients for a successful children’s book: a school story, an orphan story, a friendship chronicle and the struggle between good and evil.
Now it’s your turn to be part of the magic that is Harry Potter by designing your own idea of one of the book covers. For books on drawing, visit our catalog.
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