Design the newest Pierce County Library cards!

Kids and Teens were asked to design the newest Pierce County Library System cards! We received 569 entries from students who live and attend school in Pierce County! A local artist reviewed the entries and finalists were selected from each age group.

Congratulations to our finalists!

Ages 5-11: Finnley Jacobs, age 7, Wilkeson Elementary School; Stephen Hubbard, age 8, Oakbrook Elementary School; Britain Stone, age 9, Cason Elementary School; Dagney Tang, age 10, Homeschool; Evelyn Cazares, age 11, Voyager Elementary School and Lilly Frick, age 11, Elk Ridge Elementary School.

Ages 12-18: Annika Shearer, age 12, Goodman Middle School; Hazel Kato, age 13, Glacier Middle School; DeJhana Eugnee Jordan, age 15, Moriss Ford Middle School; Alaric David Lewis, age 16, Orting High School; Victoria Kreitel, age 17 Homeschool and Piper Rhines, age 18, Homeschool.

Residents cast their votes for the next library card designed by these talented students through Wednesday, May 31. Winners will be notified in the coming days.


• Anyone (ages 5-18) living or attending school in Pierce County is eligible to enter this FREE contest.
• One entry per person.
• One winner from each age category: ages 5-11 and 12-18.

• Artwork must be in color, original and not published elsewhere.
• Submitted artwork becomes property of the Pierce County Library.
• Professional artists will review entries and select finalists. The public will select two winners via an online vote.
• Library staff may modify winning artwork to meet production requirements.
• Artist’s name will appear on the back of printed cards. Do not include your name in your artwork.
• Winners’ names may appear in news media, social media, on the library’s website and other communications.

Submit your artwork in portrait or landscape orientation up to 7” x 11”. Use these dimensions for the best quality. Artwork will be trimmed approximately 1/8” on each side for printing purposes and reduced to actual card size of 2 1/8” x 3 3/8”.