Belden Boy Writing Camp
Does your child love to write? Then here's a unique summer writing camp opportunity!
As educators, we invite you to join the three-day summer writing camp in summer of 2022 at Belden School, a one-room school house set deep in the woods of Galena. The camp is designed for serious young writers. No computers, no technology, and certainly no WiFi. Just good old-fashioned pencil and paper.
Each story, along with original illustrations created by your child, will be sent in for production and made into a memorable hard covered book! This special camp is hosted at Belden School, home of the Belden Boy Series! You may have a budding author in the making!
Move quickly and sign up, space is limited. After all, it is a one-room schoolhouse!
Belden Boy Writing Camp is hosted by Illinois Educators of Literacy and Social Studies
and the author of the Belden Boy Series, p.j. hartenaus
Winner of CSAA 2012 and 2017 Award
Eric Hoffer Finalist 2013 and National Children's Literature CLIPPA AWARD 2014-15
Mom's Choice Gold Award 2019
Mom's Choice Gold Award 2021
INTERESTED IN THE BELDEN BOY WRITING CAMP? FOLLOW THESE THREE STEPS:
1. Click on the Application Document below. Complete top portion of application, keeping the lower portion for your information.
2. Include $100.00 deposit with application made out to Belden Boy - balance of $225.00 due June 1st!
3. Send Application to Belden Boy Writing Camp (10 Brook Lane, Galena, IL. 61036) for April 4th enrollment. You will be notified when your registration is accepted.
NOTE: Reading the Belden Boy Series will enhance your child's writing experience, as they will be writing their stories inside the same Belden School! Available in our Whistleslick Press Bookstore or local bookstore.
DOCUMENTS TO DOWNLOAD:
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