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Mad Lib's Contest for Kids!
Mad Lib's are fun and super easy to make!
First choose which Mad Lib Fairy Tale you want to remake (which can be found in the children's department at Millhopper Library):
1.) Humpty Dumpty Mad Lib
2.) Jack and Jill Mad Lib
3.) The Itsy Bitsy Mad Lib Spider
4.) Hokey Pokey Mad Lib
5.) Old MacDonald Had a Farm Mad Lib
Example's of nouns, verbs, and adjectives can be found on the back of each handout.
Your story can be as silly as you want it to be!
Lastly don’t forget to decorate your master piece when you finish your story. It can be decorated any way you want!
Drop it off at the Children’s Reference Desk at Millhopper Library during April 1, 2012 through April 21, 2012 and we will put it on display.
The entries will be voted on for the best Mad Lib during April 22, 2012 through May 4, 2012.
The winner’s will be displayed on the Millhopper Library’s website with parent’s permission.
Winners will be announced either by phone or email and prizes can be picked up whenever is most convenient for the winner or they can also pick it up at Kid's Love Books Celebration on May 8th where we can celebrate their cool Mad Lib creation!
"Kid's Love Books Week" is celebrated during May 7-14. The mission of "Kid's Love Books Week" is to encourage children to foster a love of reading and promote continued literacy.
On May 8 Millhopper Library will have booths in front of the library all about popular children's books; Rainbow Magic Fairies by Daisy Meadows, Hank the Cowdog by John Erickson, Warriors by Erin Hunte, and The Invention of Hugo Cabret by Brian Selznick. Join us for crafts, games, trivia and food. Refreshments provided by Publix.