Friday, September 16, 2011

Short Story Slam Week 10: Children's Literature



Image Credit: M. R. M. :http://my.opera.com/


23 comments:

Maxwell Mead Williams Robinson Barry said...

Happy Writing,

Thanks for the support!

Maxwell Mead Williams Robinson Barry said...

someone are so speedy.
wow.

glad to see you in.

:)

Anonymous said...

Sorry, missed the last one, but here's a complete non-sense rhyme piece to make up for it! *smile*

Maggie said...

My intentions are good. Have a lovely daaaaaay. : )

nitewrit said...

The reason I am there twice is there are really part 1 and 2 to my tale. The image brought it back to mind because comic books were a big deal in my youth.

I've read everyone who has submitted before me except a couple where it said they couldn't be found. Some were a bit surprising given the picture.

Larry

Bluebell Books said...

Larry,

Can you leave your part 1 link in the comment section, I could not find it.

previous links are fixed and now you can read them..

Thanks..

nitewrit said...

Had a problem with my first link. added part 1 again.

Larry

Anonymous said...

I'm in! Not too sure of what I've submitted; children's stories are not a specialty of mine; but I gave it a shot! I will be reading everyone's stories and poems later today. On our way to Phoenix in a few minutes!
http://charleslmashburn.wordpress.com/2011/09/14/what-about-the-cow/

Helena said...

More for the older kiddie, my one...but I enjoyed it!

MISH said...

Enjoyable prompt ! Happy writing !
Here's my contribution :
http://writer-in-transit.co.za/drama-ducksburg/

Ginny Brannan said...

Sharing an earlier poem of mine about old photos that I thought worked good with the "photography" prompt. Hope you don't mind!! Happy Slam!

Maxwell Mead Williams Robinson Barry said...

no problem..Ginny, Lena...

thanks for sharing.

Stuart Nager said...

wow..for the life of me, this is the first prompt that does not inspire me. I was never a big fan of Disney, liking WB cartoon characters more. Daffy over Donald any day.

Donald, Chip& Dale, Bambi and friends...not sure if I'll be adding one this week. I'll think about it.

Unknown said...

Please find my take on this weeks prompt ...think kids and parents may relate to this one ...thank you for the opportunity x

Linda Bob Grifins Brin Korbetis said...

Not that hard,

it needs trying, I write one and will read you now.

veronica dimarco said...

WHEW! Finally a new poem for children's read...
Sorry for the other poem that I think wrecked havoc on children's Lit.heheh

:)

Maxwell Mead Williams Robinson Barry said...

Thanks, V...

glad you all tried. it is good to go back to innocent mood for a while.

Kevin Routh said...

Hello. I know I am late for the party, but I just saw your invitation on a comment you left on my blog. I typically do not write children's poetry, but you have inspired me - I think I will create a new blog - seperate from my other (heavier) poetry.
I hope my poem is okay - please feel free to leave me any suggestions on how I could improve. :)

Isadora said...

Happy to submit one of my Isabella Stories ... A fun little girl who in her own innocense teaches lessons. The prompt was oustanding.

Namaste,
Isadora

Isadora said...

Happy to submit one of my Isabella Stories ... A fun little girl who in her own innocense teaches lessons. The prompt was oustanding.

Namaste,
Isadora

Debra Gray-Elliott said...

Thanks for stopping by.

Unknown said...

Hello everyone,
I am late, but I will be submitting my story soon :)

Bluebell Books Twitter Club said...

Thanks for the time spent writing one, talented folks.

keep it up.

Happy Tuesday.