Tuesday, May 7, 2013

A Recipe for Trouble!


This week, it's all about home recipes. I hope everyone helped themselves to a spoonful of Bookworm Stew and experienced a taste of inspiration! Lizzy's review will be delicious, and Thursday on Top of the Heap, we have some interesting ingredients to share with you. Friday, Margo's got something cooking, and Saturday, we can't wait to see what you serve up on The DMS Wants to Know. See you all around the book block ; ) ~ F


Friday, May 17th, we are exited to announce that Patricia Polacco will be stopping by to chat about her amazing booksIt was great to meet her at local book nook, Linda's Story Time, and we can't wait to find out the story behind her unique stories, so be sure to check back!

The Character Book Club is meeting Friday, May 17th, and will be hosted by Eric and Stig from The Deliverers. They will be featuring Millie from Millicent Marie is Not My Name. Stop by to find out what these colorful characters have to say to each other!



Looking for something fun to do?
Try a helping of Bookworm Stew!

The recipe calls for the following things: a bowl, some letters, and a bell that rings. A spoon and a sparkle are needed as well. When stirred up right, they'll cast their spell. *Whatever you use will work out fine, as long as you follow along each line.  


In a pot, pour some water
Add in any flavor color 
Stir three times, then once more 
Go back again- this time four 
Now, get your letters and toss them in
Set your thoughts on a whistling wind
Watch the brew spin round and round
Then ring a bell to add in sound 
Now just wait, and you shall see
What the story is bound to be 

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Did words appear? What do they say? 
String them together, and it's the soup of the day! 

*Stir again whenever you wish, but remember, you never know what's in this dish!

This week's theme: Home Recipes


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62 original riddles and illustrations  



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14 comments:

  1. Heart warming post as always!

    "Stir the bowl,
    Ring the bell,
    Take the toll,
    Then do tell"

    ...Needless to say, I'm hopeless when it comes to making reasonable rhymes, but it's fun to try.:)

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    1. Hi Anna Maria,
      Excellent job! I love it : ) ~ F

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  2. I love your illustrations, and the whole idea of bookworm stew. That's awesome.

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    1. Hi M Pax, Thanks! It was a fun post to put together : ) Thanks so much for popping by!~ F

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  3. Bookworm stew is fabulous. What A cute idea to do with kids. My blog is all about the recipes this week as well!

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    1. Hi Heidi, Thanks! What's more fun than thinking up stories? So cool- we are on the same frequency : ) ~ F

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  4. Bookworm stew sounds like a tasty treat! Excellent riddle.

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    1. Hi Barbara, Thanks! Always lovely to hear from you : ) ~ F

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  5. Bookworm stew! One of the cutest things evuh! You have such an awesome blog! Thanks for the darling poem recipe and all the other fun announcements.

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    1. Hi LynNerdKelley, Thanks so much! What's really cool, is that Bookworm Stew can come in any flavor, so all can enjoy : ) Thanks so much for stopping by to share your thoughts with us : ) ~ F

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  6. looking forward to the week ahead, it sounds like you have some real treats in store for us.

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    1. Hi Petty, It's going to be delicious! Thanks for stopping by : ) ~ F

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    1. Thanks for stopping by, Erik! ~L

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