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2007 Writer's Contest Winners

KINDERGARTEN:

First place: Madelyn Blodgett, The Pup Explorers
Second place: Natalie Yurasits, Sleeping Rose
Third place: Caitlyn Mendik, All Baby Animals

FIRST GRADE:

First place: Swagatama Datta, The Lost Bird
Second place: Grace Scofield, Puppies for Sale
Third place: Benjamin Ramsey, An Adventure in the Forest

SECOND GRADE:

First place: Vanessa Anthony, The Twinkling Star
Second place: Camille Maine, The Crazy Day at the Farm
Third place: Benjamin Staniszewski, The Brag Racer

THIRD GRADE:

First place: Daria Och, Building a Friendship
Second place: Hannah Phillips, Annie's Story
Third place: Nicole Stengel, The Unknown Gift


WQED, PBS39, WITF, and West Virginia Public Broadcasting are proud to participate in the 2014 national PBS KIDS Writers Contest.

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