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MrsP.com Announces 3rd Annual Be-a-Famous Writer Contest Judges

Award winning children’s authors and book critic set to choose winners of website’s 3rd annual event

Los Angeles, CA.—www.MrsP.com, the popular, award winning kids’ entertainment site, announced today the line up of judges for her 3rd annual “Be A Famous Writer Contest.” The contest will be open for entries beginning September 1 through October 15, 2011.

The judges this year are: Bonny Becker best-selling author of the Bear and Mouse picture books, including “A Visitor for Bear” winner of the E.B. White Read Aloud Award; David L. Ulin book critic of the Los Angeles Times and author, most recently, of "The Lost Art of Reading: Why Books Matter in a Distracted Time"; and Renèe Watson author, educator and poet, her book “What Momma Left Me" debuted as the New Voice for 2010 in middle grade fiction by The Independent Children's Booksellers Association.

“I think this is an amazing line up of judges. What an opportunity for a child to have their story read by best selling authors and a book critic, said Kathy Kinney, who before Mrs. P was best known as Mimi on “The Drew Carey Show.” “Getting feedback from a panel of judges like this could change a child’s life and that’s why I love holding this contest every year!”. To find out more details go to the contest website http://www.contest.mrsp.com/ and watch my special video.

About Mrs. P Enterprises, LLC.

Mrs. P Enterprises, LLC, was founded in 2008 by Hollywood team Clay Graham, Kathy Kinney and Dana Plautz. After having built successful careers in television and New Media, the three creators of MrsP.com were brought together by a love of reading and a desire to help spark that same passion in young people everywhere. The company endeavors to expose young people to great books and stories through a celebrity storyteller and to spark their imaginations and creativity with on-line games and writing contests. Its production offices are located in Portland, Oregon and Los Angeles, California.