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Prize Givings

Between launches, I met with competition winners, 1st Cameron Murray of Wellington College and 2nd Evie Haughton of Pauatahanui School to present their gifts. Evie’s whole class joined in the celebration. Based on the questions they asked about writing, it seems there are many more potential authors in the class. Competition sponsors, Whittakers and The Body Shop, have both expressed their delight at the results. 3rd Prize went to Sophie Ineson of Southland Girls High School.

 


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