Are you a writer of Asian descent with a children's story inspired by Asia? Then please submit your story to the Scholastic Asian Book Award (SABA)!
The winner of SABA gets a plaque, S$10,000, and his/her manuscript will be considered by Scholastic Asia for publication. The first and second runners-up of SABA will receive plaques and editorial advice from Scholastic Asia.
Click here for the rules and regulations of the award and more information on how to enter.
The deadline for entries is October 21, and the results will be declared at next year's Asian Festival of Children's Content in Singapore.
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