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Dream Keepers Writing Circle Fall 2016

Dear Super Writers,
Dream KeepersWriting Circle got off to an excellent start last night! For those of you who didn't make it, let me share with you a bit of the fun we had.

A student wanted to make paper airplanes, so we planned and folded. 

Then we wrote poems on the airplanes.







One poem contained a challenge:



The student also wrote a how-to guide—for anyone who didn't know how to fold an airplane.  I should have read it before I accepted the challenge to race my paper-airplane.



I lost. He won.  My plane took a deep nose dive and crashed at my feet. His flew over the check out counter and sailed toward the window. Perhaps my plane was weighed down by words? 

Join us next time at Capitol Drive Library. We'll be unleashing our wild imaginations and creating stories of magic and wonder! Take a look at the dates below and join us! 
--Ms. Rochelle



The Dream Keeper's Writing Circle
The Dream Keeper Writing Circle will give you the opportunity to work on your writing project and share it w…

Dream Keepers Writing Circle Spring 2016

Dear Super Writers,
I'm delighted to announce that Dream Keepers will be offering many exciting workshops this spring at various libraries. We'll be giving ourselves secret super writer names, unleashing our wild imaginations, and creating stories of magic and wonder! Take a look below and join me to write poetry and stories!
-Ms. Rochelle




The Details

The Book of Me Students will create poetry, essays, and artwork about their name, interests, family and neighborhoods. Each day, students will create a unique piece about themselves. Students who attend all three days will craft a small book about their lives. 






Forest Home Library February 10, 17, 24 4-5:30 PM 1432 W. Forest Home Avenue
Center Street Library
March 2, 9, 16
3:30-4:30 PM
2727 W. Fond du Lac Avenue