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FIRST GRADE CLASS WINS GOLD IN NATIONAL COMPETITION | Shawangunk Journal
The centerpiece of the Ellenville School Board meeting on October 23 was a presentation by Tammy Coniker, a veteran teacher, who brought her first grade class of 2017-18 to the meeting. Read More »
AUTHORS IN TRAINING: DIKE ELEMENTARY CLASS FINISHES FOURTH IN NATIONAL BOOK CONTEST | The Grundy Register
When Terri Brown’s Dike Elementary second grade class started working on a book about notable figures in American history last year, she had no idea it would lead the students to national acclaim and recognition. Read More »
DIVING DEEP: LOCAL STUDENTS WIN BOOK AWARD | Timesunion
Albany First graders at Blessed Sacrament School dug deep. Actually they dove deep into the sea to take third place in a national writing award during the last school year. Read More »
LOCAL KINDERGARTNERS WRITE, PUBLISH A BOOK | Eyewittness News
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KBAK/KBFX) — 25 kindergartners from Colonel Howard Nichols Elementary school wrote and published a book. It’s called “Our Pet Unicorn,” and each student was responsible for writing a story and drawing a picture to go with it. Read More »
GIESE ELEMENTARY FIFTH GRADE STUDENTS BECOME PUBLISHED AUTHORS | The Journal Times
RACINE — Giese Elementary School has announced that 21 of its students have become published authors through a national student publishing program. Read More »
FROM FIFTH-GRADERS TO PUBLISHED AUTHORS | BCR News
WALNUT — Imagine an elementary school building run by virtual reality. The walls are made of glass. Expensive artwork adorns the classrooms. Escalators transport students from one floor to another. Swimming pools fill the hallways. Read More »
ISLAND KINDERGARTEN CLASS PUBLISHES BOOK | Island Ad-Avantages
Kindergarten students from Deer Isle-Stonington Elementary School were at the Stonington Public Library on April 24 to debut an ABC book they created and published this school year. Read More »
BUDDING WRITERS PRODUCE BOOKS AT CHEROKEE | Tahlequah Daily Press
“Bookies & Milk” kicked off Thursday morning for Cherokee Elementary School second-graders, with books created by students debuted and celebrated after months of learning and creating. Read More »
TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) — Seeing your name on bookshelves is something most people only imagine. One Topeka company has spent more than two decades giving students… Read More »
MAKING PAGOSA GREAT, AGAIN? PART THREE | Pagosa Daily Post
The hand-drawn poster on the glass doors at the uptown Parelli Building said something about “A Garden Fairytale” to be performed tomorrow, Friday April 13 at 12:30pm. Read More »
MOORE ELEMENTARY CELEBRATES ITS STUDENT AUTHORS | The Tennessean
Moore Elementary School students packed the school’s multipurpose room Friday to celebrate the release of their published books. They clapped and cheered as Studentreasures Publishing presented their teachers with hardcover copies of the books. Read More »
CLYDE ELEMENTARY STUDENTS PUBLISH A CLASS BOOK | The Mountaineer
Second-grade students in Sherry Justice’s class at Clyde Elementary School found out what it feels like to become a published author. Read More »
FAIR OAKS STUDENTS SEE BOOKS PUBLISHED | OakDale Leader
Fair Oaks Elementary School students have dipped their pens into the publishing world. Under the guidance and direction of Computer Lab Educator Theresa Gassaway, eight Fair Oaks Falcons recently had books published. Read More »
PRESSLEY RIDGE STUDENT AUTHORS CELEBRATE CHILDREN’S BOOK PUBLICATIONS | The Exponent Telegram
CLARKSBURG — Two groups of students from Pressley Ridge — a local nonprofit residential education facility in Clarksburg — are now published authors. Read More »
NDA 2ND-GRADERS PUBLISH BOOK OF POEMS AND ILLUSTRATIONS | The Lowell Sun
TYNGSBORO — Editors for The New York Times best-seller list may be keeping a close eye on Tyngsboro after students at the Academy of Notre Dame’s Lower School published their first book. Read More »
One doesn’t have to be a grown-up to get a book published. Just ask Mrs. Olmstead’s fifth-grade students…Read More »
BELOVED BARBER MEMORIALIZED IN BOOK BY BAYARD STUDENTS | Silver City Daily Press
Lucinda Escobar’s fifth-graders at Bayard Elementary found a unique way to honor one of their own and memorialize him and their town in the process. Read More »
BUNSWICK ACADEMY FIRST GRADERS HAVE BOOK PUBLISHED | Brunswick Times-Gazette
LAWRENCEVILLE — Imagine the excitement when first-grade students in Mrs. Jacklyn Clinedinst’s class at Brunswick Academy learned their book “Turkey Tales” was published. Read More »
SECOND-GRADERS WRITE TURKEY BOOK, WIN PRIZE AMONG 800,000 ENTRANTS | Southeast Missourian
PERRYVILLE, Mo. — There was a turkey bound and determined to avoid being the centerpiece of a Thanksgiving Day feast. Read More »
The audience was hushed, hanging on every word of the authors. Gripped with fascination at the story’s next turn, the packed backroom of the bookstore could not believe they were witnessing this special, one-of-a-kind book reading event. Read More »
GIVE YOUR IMAGINATION A GREAT BIG HUG VAN CLASS’ MADE-UP CHARACTERS BECOME TOYS | Rensselaer Republican
Shannon Anderson’s third grade students at Van Rensselaer Elementary School recently got to see their imaginations literally fly off the page. Read More »
YOUNG AUTHORS: STUDENTS AT NORTH HILLS CHRISITAN SCHOOL WRITE AND PUBLISH THEIR OWN BOOKS | Salisbury Post
SALISBURY — For many students, becoming a published author is a dream. But for a group of fifth-graders at North Hills Christian School, it’s a reality. Read More »
FAIRMONT, W.Va. (WDTV)- Newly published authors were celebrated, but these writers are only about 9-years-old. Third graders at Pleasant Valley Elementary School in Fairmont, West Virginia kicked their imaginations into high gear and put a year’s worth of creativity and skills into an autobiography. Read More »
LITTLE STORYTELLERS: FIRST-GRADERS WRITE A BOOK, THROW THEIR OWN AUTHORS’ BASH | Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
HEALY — When Susan Carlson’s first-grade students launched their very own book, they did it in style. They held an author party. But not just any author party. Read More »
GARFIELD — They hail from places like Peru, Russia, Macedonia and Poland, speak different languages and have hair color ranging from red to blond to black. Twenty Woodrow Wilson School second-grader showcased and embraced these differences. Read More »
BULLYING BOOK SIGNING PARTY AVON LAKE | The Villager Newspaper
We all know bullying is a problem in our society, but a group of first-graders at Westview Elementary are taking a positive approach to the issue and are learning some valuable lessons along the way. Read More »
HOW A CLASSROOM OF SEVEN YEAR OLD’S BECAME AUTHORS | WJHG Online
CALHOUN COUNTY, Fla. (WJHG/WECP) – A group of seven year old’s are the talk of the town in Calhoun County after taking on a unique challenge. A class of second grade students at Blountstown Elementary are now published Read More »
LONE JACK STUDENTS BECOME PUBLISHED AUTHORS | Middlesboro Daily News
Mrs. Melanie Mills’ first grade writing class has published a book with Studentreasures Publishing.
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EAST FOURTH GRADERS SPEND MONTHS WRITING RECIPE BOOK – AND GET PUBLISHED | The Varnett School
Vision, teamwork, patience, writing and following directions = a recipe book published by East Campus fourth graders.
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YOUNG AUTHORS SHOW OFF NEW BOOK | Walterboro Live
The 17 first- and second-graders in Rosalee Arokiasamy’s Northside Elementary School class were center stage Thursday morning for the book release and signing of their new book, “In Fall I See.”
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Mrs. Ouimet’s second grade class just recently published a book that the whole class wrote and illustrated. The name of the book is Yellow Jackets Journey.
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GREAT JOB 3RD GRADE | Bergen Arts and Science Charter School
This week, the 3rd grade students of BASCS were excited to receive their newly published books through Studentreasures Publishing.
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Sixth-grade students at Heineman Middle School recently wrote and published books containing their own “nature myths” as part of a unit in three literacy classes.
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CROWN SCHOOL IN BROOKLYN CELEBRATES STUDENT AUTHORS | DNAInfo New York
First-graders at the Crown School were feted Tuesday as the pint-sized student-authors published the 10 millionth book of Studentreasures.
LOCKWOOD CLASS WINS NATIONAL BOOK CONTEST | The Woodinville Weekly
The students in Lourdes Pirtle’s fourth grade class at Lockwood Elementary are in a celebratory mood — and no, it’s not because the school year is ending soon. They recently learned that their book, “Personal Narratives,” was selected as a winner in Studentreasures Publishing’s National Book Challenge.
BOUND UP: JUSTIN ELEMENTARY STUDENTS SEE THEIR STORIES IN PRINT | Simi Valley Acorn
Dancer, softball player and archer Kaitlyn Wardlow is a young lady of many talents. On Thursday, Kaitlyn and her fellow students had their hardbound books on display at the school’s annual open house.
COLLIER’S STUDENTS BECOME PUBLISHED AUTHORS | The Madison Record
Each semester, Patricia Collier’s freshman composition class writes and illustrates a fictional story with kits from Student Treasures in Topeka, Kan. Collier returns their finished work for publishing in a hardbound book.
STUDENTS COMPILING SENIORS’ STORIES FOR LIVING HISTORY BOOKS | MLive Michigan
A group of students were writing and compiling the interviews for the books and two groups were in charge of making holiday cards and putting together gifts to bring the residents on each visit, she said.
BEACON HILL BOOKS: STUDENTS WRITE, ILLUSTRATE, AND PUBLISH STORIES | The Daily News
Action bursts from the pages of books published by 50 students in the Special Ed Resource Room at Beacon Hill Elementary in Kelso.