Still Time to Enter the Rosh Hashonah Challenge | Jewish Children’s Book First Page Competition

Have you submitted your middle grade or young adult first page yet to the Rosh Hashonah challenge? There’s still time. The deadline is September 15.

Start the New Year off with a submission. The top three first pages in each category win a day book from the Jewish Museum.

Please send your submissions to barbaradkrasner (at) gmail (dot) com. See the announcement post for details.

L’shana tova!

About Barbara Krasner

History writer and award-winning author Barbara Krasner writes Jewish-themed poetry, articles, nonfiction books, and novels for children and adults.
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3 Responses to Still Time to Enter the Rosh Hashonah Challenge | Jewish Children’s Book First Page Competition

  1. Marcia Berneger says:

    Hi Barbara,
    What a fun contest. I have a question. Do we sunbittern just a typical “first page” of 150 words or is it the first “pages” as in 250 or so words?
    Thanks,
    Marcia
    P.S. Shana Tovah to everyone!

  2. I only write picture books as of now, but very much appreciate all you share with Jewish writers. L’shana tova.

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