Mick and Brita write and illustrate award winning books for children. They presented a special assembly about their work, shared stories and each class had an opportunity to take part in an exciting workshop.
Berwick 900 was the theme and the River Tweed and it's creatures feature on the long frieze which shows a timeline of important events in 900 years of Berwick's history. More pictures to follow...
On Saturday 18th October, these 3 children from class 4 went to Berwick Town Hall. The children were chosen because they had written the best bear stories for a short story competition organised by the Rotary Club as part of Berwick Literary Festival.
At the Town Hall some of the stories were read out and the children received a certificate. One of the children was the runner up in the whole competition! What an amazing talented writer!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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