Thursday, June 04, 2009

What a Mystery! Mystery Stories by 5th Grade Students

Twitter (ID mysteries)

We're constantly, and generally pleasantly, surprised by the people we meet on Twitter.

Today, as the result of a follow, we discovered a new website, What a Mystery!, mystery stories written by 5th graders.

According to the site, this collection of mysteries was inspired by a visit to the class by author Mark de Castrique. We were immediately impressed: de Castrique's most recent book, Blackman's Coffin, was noted by us as one of the best mysteries of 2008.

New student stories will be posted on the site between today and June 10th. Please visit and comment!

We're enthusiastic supporters of student writing and reviews. Our own First Clues, Mysteries for Kids website features mystery book reviews written by middle school students.

If you'd like to follow us on Twitter, our ID is mysteries.

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1 comment:

  1. Thank you so much for posting about our site! :)



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