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"Good Luck with all that you do! Anyone who employs you will be very lucky to have you!"
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Nikki Heath left a comment for Margaret Bell,NthLanarkshireLibs
"Thank you. Will use first names and initial of surnames for authors, and same for the scribe! Nikki :)"
Oct 21, 2009
Margaret Bell,NthLanarkshireLibs left a comment for Nikki Heath
"Here you are Nikki The names of the children and their scribes are as follows: Story 1 - Chris Bradford Eimear King Cianna Lang Philomena Flyn Jean Ewart - Scribe Story 2 - Matt Wyman + Story 5 - Penny Dolan + Story 4 - Eoin Colfer Louise…"
Oct 20, 2009
Margaret Bell,NthLanarkshireLibs left a comment for Nikki Heath
"Hi Nikki - it was after we submitted our entries, we realised we hadn't put the names of the contributors. I'll get them for you and get back to you. How soon do you need them?"
Oct 20, 2009
Nikki Heath left a comment for Margaret Bell,NthLanarkshireLibs
"Hi, Margaret! Don't suppose you know who wrote the paragraphs on Tue, do you? No name left on this one: As the figure drew closer he was captured by the red flaming eyes of a skelton. A strange feeling came over him. He no longer seemd to have…"
Oct 20, 2009
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Tuesday in North Lanarkshire

What a brilliant time was had by all! Our schools are in the middle of their October holday week, so we involved young folk from one of our Chatterbooks Groups. Six girls (in groups of two) each with an adult as a scribe tackled two stories each. At first things were a little slow but by the end the ideas were coming thick and fast and it was all the scribes could do, to keep up with the momentum. The question at the end was "how soon can we do it again?" Delete Comment
Oct 16, 2009
Margaret Bell,NthLanarkshireLibs left a comment for kgarnett
"The girls all had a great time creating the next chapter - we are looking forward to seeing how the stories end."
Oct 13, 2009
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Craigneuk Chatterbooks Group & Write Path

The young people and their scribes after the Write Path experience - a wonderful time was had by all!!
Oct 13, 2009
Margaret Bell,NthLanarkshireLibs left a comment for WP Central
"What a brilliant time was had by all! Our schools are in the middle of their October holday week so we involved young folk from one of our Chatterbooks Groups. Six girls (in groups of two) each with an adult as a scribe tackled two stories each. At…"
Oct 13, 2009
Margaret Bell,NthLanarkshireLibs commented on WP Central's blog post Tuesday Story 6 - Ursula Hurley
"Chaz gasped, "Corn! Golden Corn!" "That's the key to Chaz's quest!" shouted the dwarf that brought Chaz there. "So Chaz, what is this quest?" asked the dragon. "I don't know!" exclaimed Chaz.…"
Oct 13, 2009
Margaret Bell,NthLanarkshireLibs commented on WP Central's blog post Monday Story 6 - Simon Murray
"Chaz gasped, "Corn! Golden Corn!" That's the key to Chaz's quest!" shouted the dwarf that brought Chaz there. "So Chaz, what is this quest?" asked the dragon. "I don't know!" exclaimed Chaz. The…"
Oct 13, 2009
Margaret Bell,NthLanarkshireLibs commented on WP Central's blog post Tuesday Story 4 - Eoin Colfer
"He looked into the eyes of Erebus and fainted! When he came to, no-one was around, he sat up and realised he was in the middle of nowhere. He was surronded by miles and miles of snow. He walked for what seemed like miles until he reached an igloo…"
Oct 13, 2009
Margaret Bell,NthLanarkshireLibs commented on WP Central's blog post Tuesday Story 5 - Penny Dolan
"Ellen's Mum and Dad in the grips of a vampire. Suddenly, the vampire ran towards them, so they tried to run away, but the vampire made a plunge for their legs. After a struggle the vampire gets hold. Just as the vampire was about to sink his…"
Oct 13, 2009
Margaret Bell,NthLanarkshireLibs commented on WP Central's blog post Tuesday Story 3 - Melvin Burgess
"There was a loud crash and the sound of claws scratching on the cave floor. Peter felt the hairs on his neck rise as an ice cold shiver shook his body. All of a sudden he saw two silver lights in the dark. He blinked, trying to see into the…"
Oct 13, 2009
Margaret Bell,NthLanarkshireLibs commented on WP Central's blog post Tuesday Story 2 - Matt Whyman
"The water from the cauldron extinguished the fire, allowing me to run away. The witches tried to grab me, but my sword which had been hidden in my pocket and was red hot from being in the cauldron, burned each witch to death as I stabbed them. I…"
Oct 13, 2009

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Tuesday in North Lanarkshire

Posted on October 13, 2009 at 17:00 0 Comments

What a brilliant time was had by all! Our schools are in the middle of their October holday week, so we involved young folk from one of our Chatterbooks Groups. Six girls (in groups of two) each with an adult as a scribe tackled two stories each. At first things were a little slow but by the end the ideas were coming thick and fast and it was all the scribes could do, to keep up with the momentum. The question at the end was "how soon can we do it again?" Delete Comment

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At 10:40 on October 20, 2009, Nikki Heath said…
Hi, Margaret!
Don't suppose you know who wrote the paragraphs on Tue, do you? No name left on this one:
As the figure drew closer he was captured by the red flaming eyes of a skelton. A strange feeling came over him. He no longer seemd to have control of his body. He felt the urge to follow the power coming from the golden ring. He recognised the skelton from a portrait that had been in the Samurai Lord's bedroom. The lightning strike must have brought it to life. The dazzle from the ring had a peculiarly hypnotic effect.....

If you can remember, please could you let me know for the book?
Ta muchly!
Nikki Heath :)
At 7:47 on October 21, 2009, Nikki Heath said…
Thank you. Will use first names and initial of surnames for authors, and same for the scribe!
Nikki :)

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