Great job Riddlers! You are all guessing along the right lines. This week, we're delving into our brains and talking about how we each perceive the world around us. Lizzy's review will show you two sides of the same story, which is being brought to you by the Fire and Ice Tour happening over at Rainy Day Ramblings. Stop by to heat up, and then cool off while you check out some excellent book reviews and a few awesome giveaways! The Young Adult Giveaway Hop is running on Fairday's Blog! Stop by the post and enter for your chance to win a copy of The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins, plus a signed hardcover edition of the spooky, new middle grade book, The Secret DMS Files of Fairday Morrow by J. Haight & S. Robinson- hop runs until Feb. 4th! Thursday, we look forward to opening up a few can of worms on Top of the Heap, and Friday, Gary Paulsen will be dropping by to tell us a little more about his amazing story, Hatchet. Saturday, we always love to hear from you on The DMS Wants to Know!
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Julia, 5th Grade Student
Contest ends February 3rd!
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There's still time to enter to win a signed copy of Martin's Big Words written by Doreen Rappaport and Illustrated by Bryan Collier. It's a beautiful book to own and a lovely story to pass on to others, so stop by and enter for your chance to win! Giveaway ends February 3rd!
Words twist and turn, there's tit for tat- she saw what I saw, I can tell you that. But he didn't listen, and went on his own way- though, that's surly not what he would tell you today.
It's all in a notion, at the scene of the crime. What could have happened? Who broke the line? One will hear this, one will say that- who really knows where it's all at?
There's two sides to each story, so they say- I am the thoughts that like to see it your way.
What am I? Answer: Your Perception
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