battle of the books - indiana

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2017-2018 T-Shirt Design Contest-- review the new guidelines!!

T-shirt Contest Guidelines

* School appropriate

* “Battle of the Books” clearly written somewhere in the design

* Drawn by hand or digitally

* No clip-art or t-shirt website used

* May not use or imitate copyrighted or non-copyrighted images created by others (ex: clipart, covers to books, etc.)

* One ink color

* Should be a design that anyone participating in Battle of the Books would want to wear (So, school-specific or team-specific designs will not be as competitive)


Be creative! The actual design, the concept for each design, how the design elements (line, dominance, scale, space, shape, etc) work together to create a piece and what piece best speaks to the Battle of the Books event will all be considered when choosing a winner for the t-shirt design contest.

T-shirt submissions may be submitted on-line or by mail. Separate from the image, please provide: student’s first & last name, grade, team name, and school/group name for each design submission. The winner of this contest will receive recognition at our Readers Celebration ceremony and on our website and their team will earn FREE t-shirts!

All teams will have an opportunity to buy shirts with this design, customized with their team name on the back (shirts will be different colors).


* By email: indianabattleofthebooks@gmail.com

* By Google Drive folder- we will set one up for every team that registers

* By mail: Indiana Battle of the Books

P.O. Box 1382

Newburgh, IN 47629-1382





2016-2017 Awards

1st place team: Vogel Cardinals     Runner up: Yankeetown Readers

T-shirt Design Contest Winner: Olivia Hudson (Charging Through the Chapters team)

2016-2017 Battle of the Books
T-shirt Design Contest Winner
Olivia Hudson, 4th grader at Stringtown Elementary