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Press Release It’s that time of year again when MrsP.com holds her annual Be-a-Famous Writer Contest. The national writing contest for K-4 classrooms is now in its 6th year. The theme for 2014 is Time Travel. The stories are judged by a panel of celebrity judges including actress Marion Ross, probably best known for her […]Continue reading
If you are not yet familiar with the Mrs. P annual writing contest for kids, stop by the contest details page. Visit the press page to read about this year’s winners: Sarah Smale (8) and Emma Stowe (12) For Release: January 19, 2012 MrsP.com Announces Winners of 3rd Annual National Kids’ Writing Contest Young authors […]Continue reading
MrsP.com Adds New Sponsor for 3rd Annual Kids’ Be-a-Famous Writer Contest Sakura of America joins Powell’s Books as official sponsor of popular contest. Other companies to provide a host of prizes to entrants. Los Angeles, CA.— MrsP.com, the popular, award winning kids’ entertainment site, announced that Sakura of America joins Powell’s Books as a sponsor […]Continue reading
Guest post – Mrs. P – “Be a Famous Writer” contest Details: MrsP.com is holding her second annual “Be a Famous Writer” contest for children beginning September 1st. The contest will open for submissions on September 1st and will continue to accept submissions through October 15th 2010. The contest is open to all children ages […]Continue reading
Stop by the initial post about the Mrs. P contest to read the criteria for winners, etc. Although I was born in Australia, I spent many childhood years in Oregon. Not far from Powells Books. My mother has been a die hard Powells fan for many years. When I saw that the Mrs. P contest […]Continue reading
A few months ago I met Mrs. P…of course…on twitter! We have tweeted a few times, shared links, etc. My kids really enjoy the Mrs. P YouTube songs as well. The grand prize winners of the Nationwide Kids’ Writing Contest will be announced on January 15th. You can read more about the contest in the […]Continue reading