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Kid2KidLit is the proud recipient of the VELA meet the moment Grant!  Thank You VELA education fund.

Scholarship Donations

Our Friend Cynthia Layman has recently lost her brother.  In lieu of flowers, she has asked for scholarship donations to our website.  Please see the note from Cynthia below and click on our scholarship tab to donate. 

"Russell was a kind, generous, and funny person.  He was a great friend and I was lucky enough to call him, brother.  As a lifelong writer, he created original science fiction stories from a young age. I can think of no better way to honor his memory than to share his love of writing with the next generation of writers."

-Cynthia

Upcoming Events

  •  Delicious Wee Write camp (4 and 5 year olds)
     Delicious Wee Write camp (4 and 5 year olds)
    Tue, Dec 05
    Castle Rock
    Dec 05, 2023, 10:30 AM – Dec 06, 2023, 12:00 PM
    Castle Rock, 848 N Ridge Rd, Castle Rock, CO 80104, USA
    212 Pizza and Kid2KidLit are excited to collaborate together for kids. This Pizza and Bookmaking workshop is specially designed for our youngest authors. Each child will finish camp with a book about themselves.
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Congratulations to our four Covid Writing contest winners!  Thank you for choosing to write from your heart with us.  We had so many deserving entries it was a difficult choice.  These books are coming soon under our Featured Books tab

The Day I Went to the Store

By Cadence

My Life in Coronavirus

By Aubrey

How Covid Didn't Ruin Boy Scouts

By Jackson

Quarantined

By Cooper

CONNECTING CHILDREN THROUGH LITERACY

We demystify the writing process by creating a safe space for our youngest authors to explore their thoughts and ideas.  All children have stories to tell and each workshop begins with storytelling which is a way to build their own community of writers.  During the workshop, we provide expert coaching to maintain focus and build creativity while maintaining authenticity. We make writing fun through storytelling both oral and written.

  What our parents have to say  

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"It empowered my daughter as a writer and she was excited to share her story with not only us but wanted to call her grandma and grandpa."

- Brittany

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"I was blown away by what my children could accomplish in a short period of time. They developed relationships and a camaraderie around writing.

They loved exploring what they felt was good about writing."

- Kelli

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