Sita Brahmachari is the author of Artichoke Hearts, for which she won the Waterstones Childrens Book Prize 2011, and Jasmine Skies which was published in March 2012.
What an inspiration this lady is. I am going to blog in more detail about our day but wanted to share with you the fruits of our labour in the forest.
As part of the creative writing exercise we passed around the holey stone.
As we passed it around we all thought of words or phrases. We attempted to take in our surroundings but to let our imaginations run free.
Sita then took away the collection of words and wrapped them all up in a poem.
Holey Stone Poem!
By Ellie Wright, Amanda and Niamh Cottingham, Leih, Matthew and Rebecca Foley, Christine Poulson, Charlotte Howell, Sean and Dylan Power, Danielle Hart and Sita Brahmachari.
Taken from Sita Brahmachari’s site HERE. You can read more about her week at Sherwood Forest by following the link, including more details about the books she has written. She is writing a third novel so I would recommend bookmarking the page to find out more details in the future.
I bid you goodnight, I have a very busy few days ahead of me. I promise to fill you in a little more on what we got up to, next week.
Thank you for reading