Picture Book Party Spring 2018
PBParty 19: We Walked
We Walked
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Thank you for this submission opportunity through PBParty.

The Women’s Marches and March for Our Lives have inspired me to persist– and discover my inner activist as a writer.  This 350 word manuscript showcases twelve different experiences of walking for a cause, as groups and individuals, from various time periods and all around the world.

I am a member of SCBWI and 12×12 and enjoy taking classes at the Writing Barn. I have other completed manuscripts available, if you are interested.

Thank you again for your time and consideration.


They walked for the poor.

In 1789, the women of Versailles walked to the palace to demand that the king provide food for the impoverished people of the city.

They walked for independence.

Gandhi led a 24-day march, now known as The Salt March, protesting the taxation of salt by British officials in 1930.

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This contest entry was posted on Tuesday, 3 April 2018.