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Library offers book review contest to teens

Teens looking for a way to jazz up their summer reading can enter the 2010 Read•Flip•Win contest through the King County Library System.

Anyone in middle school, junior high or high school is eligible to make a short video, not more than three minutes long, talking about why the book is so great, or to make a video trailer, like a movie trailer about the book.

Then post the video to YouTube, tag it to the KCLS account and be entered to win a Mino HD Flip video camera.

Videos will be accepted until July 31 and the winners will be announced in August.

Visit www.kcls.org/teens/rfw to enter a video or to see the latest submissions.

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