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PBS Kids, managed by WNED-TV, Buffalo/Toronto and participating local PBS member stations
Awards in the form of donated prizes valued at up to $200 each to USA, Guam, and Northern Mariana Islands kindergarten through third grade students who have written and illustrated their own stories. Everyone who enters this contest will receive a Certificate of Achievement, and national winners will receive prizes as outlined below:
Four First Place Winners (one winner per grade) will receive a tablet computer or electronic learning device (valued at $200 each), and a sponsor-specified set of Arthur books (valued at $30 each).
Four Second Place Winners (one winner per grade) will receive an e-reader or electronic learning materials (valued at $100 each), and a sponsor-specified set of Arthur books (valued at $18 each).
Four Third Place Winners (one winner per grade) will receive an e-reader, electronic learning materials, or sponsor-specified $75 gift card, and a sponsor-specified Arthur book (valued at $6 each).
GrantWatch ID#: 151899
Winners will receive an e-reader, electronic learning materials, or a sponsor-specified gift card (valued at $75 to $200), as well as one ore more sponsor-specified Arthur books (valued at $6 to $30).
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