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**NEW** OCTOBER 2021

Advocacy competition!! Prizes kindly donated by Woodslane

 

Send us your ADVOCACY TIPS! What has worked for you? Do you have any great advice for others? Email your tips and ideas to mailto:asla@asla.org.au by the end of November 2021.

We are holding a competition with prizes generously donated by Woodslane. A huge thank you to the team at Woodslane for their generous donation. We are looking forward to partnering with them again in the future. 

To enter the competition, send us your best tips for advocacy. How have you advocated for your role and/or your school library? What has worked for you?

All entries will be judged by the ASLA board with winners announced in the November newsletter. 

Prizes for best EC/Primary submission:

A-Z of Australian Bush Creatures

https://www.woodslane.com.au/Book/9781925868685/An-A-Z-of-Australian-Bush-Creatures

Henry the Flying Emu https://www.woodslane.com.au/Book/9781925868708/Henry-the-Flying-Emu

The O in the Snow

https://www.woodslane.com.au/Book/9781925868609/The-O-in-the-Snow

Prizes for best Secondary submission:

Don’t Doubt the Rainbow 

https://www.woodslane.com.au/Book/9781785835551/The-Five-Clues-Don-t-Doubt-The-Rainbow-1

The Rooftop

https://www.woodslane.com.au/Book/9781925868197/The-Rooftop 

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