Inky Awards: Library Prizes

To celebrate the Inky Awards, the Centre for Youth Literature is offering libraries and schools across Australia the chance to win one of two complete sets of the 2012 Inky longlisted titles for their library collection.

The winners will receive:

 

Gold Inky (Australian books) Silver Inky (International books)
Shift by Em Bailey Bitterblue by Kirstin Cashore
Night Beach by Kirsty Eagar BZRK by Michael Grant
Brotherband 1: The Outcasts by John Flanagan Fault in Our Stars by John Green
Act of Faith by Kelly Gardiner Why We Broke Up by Daniel Handler
Queen of the Night by Leanne Hall Storm: Elementals 1 by Brigid Kemmerer
Blood Song by Rhiannon Hard Legend by Marie Lu
Sea Hearts by Margo Lanagan A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness
The Coming of the Whirlpool: Ship Kings 1 by Andrew McGahan Lola and the Boy Next Door by Stephanie Perkins
The Deep: Here Be Dragons, Volume 1 by Tom Taylor (illustrated by James Brouwer) The Scorpio Races by Maggie Stiefvater
The Reluctant Hallelujah by Gabrielle Williams Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor

 

To be in the running all you need to do is share with us (by emailling youthlit@slv.vic.gov.au) how your library or school is celebrating the 2012 Inky Awards. You can get creative by vlogging, hosting an Inky party, putting up an Inky display, or absolutely anything else you can think of!

The only condition is that your celebration needs to feature the 2012 Inky Awards, and an image of Inky in some way.

Attached are vector images of Inky – found here and here, which can be altered to fit an A2 print, and our Inky Award badges – gold found here and silver found here.

Entries open now until the 14th of October. The Centre for Youth Literature team will judge. Winners will be contacted on the 22nd of October and announced at our InkyFest on the 23rd of October.

Terms and Conditions for participants:

Please note that by entering this competition you are agreeing to allow the State Library of Victoria to copy and reproduce your entry in a range of online and print media. This includes, but is not limited to, our websites (www.insideadog.com.au, www.slv.vic.gov.au), blogs, e-newsletters, press releases, and on social media networks (e.g. our twitter and facebook pages).

SLV employees are not eligible to enter.

Both schools and libraries are eligible.

 

 

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