Ellsworth Public Library

For the first time in more than a century our world is in the midst of a pandemic – a modern day plague. The Corona Virus – Covid-19 has affected the lives of all our citizens. Ellsworth Public Library would like to know how children and teens of our area feel about what is happening to their lives, families and communities. All responses become a part of the local history collection of the Ellsworth Public Library.

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Email address*

Name*

Age

What city or town do you live in?*

The following questions are optional and meant as a starting point for your entry.
How are you keeping in contact with friends? Be sure to include what you like and what you do not like about how things have changed.
What do you miss most being in quarantine? What do you miss the least?
Do you have animals at home? How has your being home during the school day changed your normal day.
What does a “school day” look like for you now?
What are you reading, watching, playing and cooking?
Have you had a birthday during quarantine? How did you celebrate differently?
Your story:

If you wish to share an original photograph with us please send it to cclemons@ellsworthlibrary.net. Please use the subject line Covid-19 and limit your submissions to five photographs.

Parent or Guardian

Would you like your child’s name included with the submission or would you prefer they remain anonymous?

Only original materials may be submitted. When you submit your child’s story and photographs through this form you are giving Ellsworth Public Library permission to preserve and use that material in perpetuity. Your child retains ownership of and copyright in the material they share. Ellsworth Public Library is not obligated to include their content in this project or preserve it in the library’s collection. The decision to include or not include any submissions will adhere to the library’s collection development policies.
I accept: