Do come and visit the library to see the lovely display created by local author Jacqueline King around her new children’s book, ‘A Cake for the Gestapo’.
ARE WORDS YOUR PASSION?
Have you ever wanted to share your words with others?
Umberto Eco says: “To survive you should share your stories.”
SO WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR?
£100 for the winner and £50 each for two runners up
Write a Short Story about anything you choose:
- Between 1000 and 1500 words in length, anonymous (for the purposes of judging) and in doc, docx or pdf format.
- Fill out the entry form here on the Library Website at http://castlecarylibrary.org.uk/story and upload your story.
- You will receive an email confirming your submission.
- Submit by midnight on November 30th 2021.
- You can submit more than one entry.
- You must be 18 or over.
Les Kimberley had great plans to take the library forward to become a hub for activities to benefit the residents of Castle Cary. This competition, in his name, is one which sets out to bring the strands of reading and creative writing together for members of our community.
In the words of Annie Proulx, “You should write because you love the shape of stories and sentences and the creation of different words on a page. Writing comes from reading, and reading is the finest teacher of how to write.”
Summer Reading Challenge 2021 – Great fun for children, this year’s challenge has an environmental theme. Pick up a leaflet from the library to find out more and to help the Wild World Heroes solve problems. Collect stickers every time you finish a book and add these to your poster plus go online for more exciting things to do! Ask in the library and see online at: www.wildworldheroes.org.uk
And for both adults and children, don’t forget to organise your summer reading by dropping into our lovely little library to borrow a few books. Remember too, you can order virtually any book through the online catalogue at www.librarieswest.org.uk where you can also find plenty of online materials such as e-books and digital newspapers and magazines, as well as a range of activities for all ages.
The library is open Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 10am – 12.30pm and 2pm – 4.30pm plus Saturday 10am – 12.30pm. We have a lot of new books in the library, both fiction and non-fiction, including children’s, so it is well worth paying us a visit.
We look forward to seeing you in our lovely local library soon.