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Andy Griffiths Kids' Writing Competition


  Andy Griffiths Kids' Writing Competition
 

Calling All Kids!

 

Each year Dymocks and Pan Macmillan invite Australian kids to get creative and enter a writing competition that’s judged by the one and only Andy Griffiths.

 

To celebrate the release of The 117-Storey Treehouse, we’re calling all Andy and Terry fans to knock our socks off with their imaginative short stories.

 

The one major prize winner will receive their story framed with illustrations by Terry Denton. The top 5 entries (including the winner) will each WIN* an Andy Griffiths book pack containing 8 books each supplied by Pan Macmillan valued at $116.88 each.


Prize pack contains:

THIS YEAR’S THEME:

If you could add one level to Andy and Terry’s Treehouse, what would it be?

 

To Enter:


Entries can be submitted via the online form or mailed to:
Dymocks Booklover
Level 6, 428 George Street,
Sydney NSW 2000.
(Original hard copy materials will not be returned).  


Entry is open to primary school-aged children who are residents of Australia.


Entries due by 30 September 2019
Winners will be announced by Friday 29 November 2019

 

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2018’s Competition

There is surely no sweeter torture than having to choose a winning entry from this year’s brilliant finalists for the AG Writing Competition. All of the entries demonstrated unbridled creativity, exuberant invention and a devil-may-care playfulness that made them a joy to read and so tough to judge.

A big congratulations to everybody who entered. I hope you all continue to enjoy entertaining yourselves and your family and friends with your fabulous stories.

While I would love to be able to declare that all of the entries on the shortlist are worthy winners, unfortunately that mean guy Mr Big Nose has insisted that I pick one and five runners up… so here goes…
Andy Griffiths, 2018

2018 Winner

Congratulations to Amiel Haddy who won the 2018 Andy Griffiths Kids’ Writing Competition.

Andy had this to say about the 2018 winning entry My Treehouse:

“Amiel’s tour of the treehouse is a sheer delight full of bizarrely wonderful levels such as a Banana-squishing level, a Slow-motion room, an Exploding pencil case level, a Pasta-making machine, a Cat disaster (warning: if you go in you will get scratched!) and even a room full of stupid dogs, (many of whom are so stupid they are falling out of the tree). All of these levels are brought to life with detailed and very funny illustrations. Amiel is also the author of two fully illustrated mini-books called The Adventures of Catman & Catman and The Evil Ice-cream Man, both of which are stories that Terry and I would have been proud to write ourselves (alas, we’re just not THAT talented!)”.