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Scary stories with our Teen Writing Club

The authors of our Write On Club don’t need much to frighten you. During their most recent meeting, they had to write scary stories that were only two sentences long. One example: The sound of a baby laughing isn’t usually terrifying. But it … Continue reading

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Mentor Public Library has writing clubs for kids & teens

Do your children love to write? If so, Mentor Public Library has the perfect club for them—two actually. Our Write On club is for teens. It meets on the third Monday of every month at our Main Branch. They use different … Continue reading

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Our Wordplay Writing Club connects the dots

If storytelling is connecting two points, then good storytelling is making surprising connections in an entertaining fashion. And we forced our Wordplay Club to connect some strange dots on Wednesday. Our young writers had to compose stories using words they selected randomly from … Continue reading

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Young writers practice their poetry at Wordplay Club

Do your children love to write? If so, our Wordplay Club at Mentor Public Library is perfect for them Each meeting, the young writers find a different way to spark their creativity. This month, they used magnetic words, drawing, and picture prompts … Continue reading

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Teens can write letters to their future selves with our Write On Club

On the third Monday of every month, teen writers gather in the Frances Cleveland room of our Main Branch. They use different writing prompts and brainteasers to hone their skills. For example, this month, our Write On Club will write letters … Continue reading

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