Each year, since 2006, the Sno-Isle Libraries Foundation has sponsored a teen art contest during Teen Read Month in October. These two-dimensional art pieces created in a variety of mediums showcase the wonderful, varied artistic talents of the teens of Snohomish and Island County. They are reproduced on posters and proudly displayed throughout the library system and in local schools. The winners can be seen here: Annual Teen Read Month Art Contest Winners
Teen Video Contest
Beginning in 2008, when we first celebrated Teen Tech Month, the Sno-Isle Libraries Foundation has sponsored teen video contest during March. Videos can either promote Sno-Isle Libraries, or books owned by the system. Winners are chosen by voting on our teen poll page
during the first two weeks of April. In addition, a Librarians' Choice Award is given to the staff favorite. Previous entries can be seen on the Sno-Isle Teens YouTube page
. A list of winners with links to the videos can be seen here: Teen Tech Month Video Contest Winners
Teen Book Review Contest
Each summer, with support from the Sno-Isle Libraries Foundation, teens have the opportunity to win prizes by reviewing books they read over the summer. Small weekly prizes are drawn randomly all summer. Local libraries may have additional prizes. At the end of each summer the librarians vote on their favorite review of the summer, which receives a special prize. Here you can read the 2010 winner
, the 2011 winner
, and the 2012 winner
of the Librarians' Choice Award. To learn more about this summer's contest click here.
Weekly Book Giveaway
One perk of being a librarian is that we often get Advanced Readers Copies of hot new books. We can't add these ARCs to our collection, nor can they be sold, but we can give them away as prizes! Watch our blog
for your chance to win…usually ARCs, but sometimes if you are lucky brand new hardcover books, too! All you need to do is respond to the writing prompt or question of the week, and you will be entered to win. Winners are selected using Random Number Generator
, and must be a teen (6th-12th grade or 12-18 years old) who uses a Sno-Isle Library.