Enter Our 2022 Teen animeFEST Logo Contest for a Chance to Win!

The Annual Teen animeFEST returns to the Sahara West Library in October and your design could be chosen as the official logo for this year's event! Teen animeFEST is our annual anime & manga convention for teens, and you could win bragging rights and cool prizes for your fantastic logo design!

Submit your best logo design at your nearby branch from July 1 through August 31, 2022. If your design is selected, it will be featured on all of the Library DIstrict's promotional materials on our 25 branches, and on our website and social media channels. This design contest is open to all teens in grades 6-12.

Then mark your calendar for the Annual Teen animeFEST at Sahara West Library on Saturday, October 1, 2022

How To Enter:


We are excited to see the designs you come up with! For questions and more information, please visit the Youth Services Desk staff at your library.

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Check out Anime Your Way with Carlos Nieto III July 18- 23!

This comprehensive step-by-step drawing program was developed over 10 years by former Simpson’s artist Carlos Nieto III and teaches how to create and modify an anime character from scratch, no matter what your drawing level is! Using simple shapes and easy-to-understand instructions, you will gain the knowledge to create your very own unique anime characters. All materials are provided. For teens in grades 6-12.


Check out these books from our collection:

The Master Guide to Drawing Anime

The Master Guide to Drawing Anime : How to Draw Original Characters From Simple Templates

Drawing Anime Faces and Feelings

Drawing Anime Faces and Feelings

Manga & Anime: Drawing Fantastic Female Fighters

Manga Crash Course Fantasy


One entry form per person. Library District employees and their families are not eligible to win.

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