This year we’re taking part in the ’12 Words of Winter’ competition, which challenges people to write a story on the theme of winter in 12 words. The story doesn’t have to rhyme.
Last year’s winning story was:
‘Mr Snowman needed a cuddle, the sun agreed… now he’s a puddle.’
Think you can do better? Then email the library with your entry by midday on Thursday 5th December. There will be prizes for the best entries and the best overall pupil entry will then be entered into the national competition to compete against the winners from other schools across the country.
Here is a sample of our entries:
‘Winter killed autumn; autumn killed summer; summer killed spring; spring killed winter.’
‘Skating, dark surrounds, ice slicker than blades can stick. Snowflakes melt crimson.’
‘On snow covered earth, bullets fly, men fall, the war, began ending.’
‘Someone meddled with Santa’s minced pies, he fell asleep and later died’
Remember it doesn’t have to rhyme!