What's a Drabble?

What's A Drabble?

A drabble is a writing practice where a topic is given and then the authors write 100 words or less on the topic.  It's purpose is to get the author writing and is often used as a warm up excercise.  So your challenge if you choose to accept it is to write a drabble on this topic:

You are standing at the top of the volcano surrounded by angry villagers about to be pushed in.  How did you get here?

Picture courtesy of Flickr user volcanodiscovery

Book & Movie Club

Join us this Saturday, March 13th at 1:30 PM for our monthly Book & Movie Club. Each month, we watch a movie based on a great book! Call the branch for title and rating information. This month’s movie selection is a feast for the eyes!

Bear Creek Book Club

 

The Bear Creek Book Club met on Wednesday, March 3rd and discussed the book My Antonia by Willa Cather. They will meet again On April 7th at 7 pm to discuss The Elegance of the Hedgehog by Muriel Barbery.

A Story by One of Our Daily Quillers

In our Daily Quillers Creative Writing Club, we right stories based on off the wall topics.  This topic was given on Friday, March 5:

A Prinny comes to the library.  Describe.

This was a story that came out of it:

Dr. Seuss Birthday celebration

Bear Creek preschoolers made their own rascally Cat in the Hat  craft during storytime this past Tuesday in celebration of Dr. Seuss’ 106th birthday.