Shh, let’s write about a night in the library

February 28 2014

TO celebrate the forthcoming Bishopston Library, children are being encouraged to submit a short story, or a picture, of what might happen should book characters come to life in a library.

TO celebrate the forthcoming Bishopston Library, children are being encouraged to submit a short story, or a picture, of what might happen should book characters come to life in a library.
The chosen theme is 'A Night in the Library'.
The competition will run until May - the month in which the library is set to open. Winners will be announced, and entries will be displayed at the new complex.
There is a 500-word limit for stories, and the competition is open to children 13-years-old and under. Submitted stories will be judged in two separate categories: children aged 10-13, and children aged under nine.
Email entries, including name, age and contact details to cheltenhamrd.library@bristol.gov.uk, or hand in, or post entries to Cheltenham Road Library, Cheltenham Road, BS6 5QX.