World Book Day #ShareAStory #ShareAMillionStories
Officially the Share A Million Stories started yesterday, but here we are to share our news on the event. We are counting down to #WorldBookDay2020 and would love to be able to take part in ‘share a million stories’ but time alas is against us. However, we are going to try out a few of our ‘One Minute Stories’. Drop by each day until World Book Day on Thursday 5th March 2020 to check out each story.
In the meantime, to find out more about World Book Day simply click the logo to visit the main website.
Ruby’s #OneMinuteStory 01 ‘The Last Race’
Check out our first ‘One Minute Story’ You might also like to know that it is also a #OneHundredWord story.
The Last Race by Rose English
A fragrant spring breeze gently blew over the meadow. The last dandelion clock prepared for the big race; it was not a race to the finish, but a contest of agility – which seed would get the furthest, in the least amount of time?
The athletes shivered in anticipation, each seed nudging its neighbour. The wind whirled, caressing the wildflowers that cheered and waved. It rippled over the grass, tickling and teasing those who waited in anticipation of the final battle. The bluebells rang out, signifying for the seeds to be ready.
Then it was here, and they were off!
Share A Million Stories for World Book Day
Folk can still sign up to be part of the Million Stories Event with prizes up for grabs. All reading for a minimum of 10 minutes counts towards a story share.
DON’T FORGET: 1 story share = the number of children who are listening, so if you are reading to a group of 30, that’s 30 story shares!
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