You Want to Write a Mystery or Create a Character?

You Want to Write a Mystery or Create a Character?

detectivename-calloutTry out writing a mystery of your own. To help you get started, Use this: Detective Case Report. Looking at this will help you plan out your mystery story. You can also take an online mystery writing tutorial from Joan Lowery Nixon – she has written many mysteries for children and is an expert. Joan Lowery Nixon Mystery Writing Tutorial

Print out Write a Mystery. Fill in the blanks and write your mystery. When you are done, give it to one of the librarians at your Library Branch to receive 10 Digital Points on your SRP point card. You might see your mystery on the IMCPL Undercover Readers website!

If you don’t want to write, how about drawing a picture? Show us what you imagine as a mystery character. The character can be a detective, a secret agent, a witness or even the “perp” (short for “perpetrators,” another name for a suspect.) Print out Draw a Mystery Character. Fill in the blanks and draw your mystery character. Then give it to one of the librarians at your Library Branch to receive 10 Digital Points on your SRP point card. You might see your character on the IMCPL Undercover Readers website!

If you need to think up a good detective name, try What’s Your Detective Name?

Talk the Talk Word of the Day: Decoy – A fake person or message. Decoys are used to throw a pursuer off track.

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