Monday, May 6, 2013

Monday's Recipe! Food for Thought...

Hello Riddlers! This week, we're spicing it up a notch! Can you guess the theme? Instead of a riddle, here's a poem to stir you in the right direction ; ) ~ F


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!





12 comments:

  1. Yay for bookworm stew! I'd love a little taste today! :)

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  2. I think my alphabet soup is missing some letters...

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  3. Aw, I love this ;D Thank you so much for sharing. <3 It's sounds kind of sweet, to be honest. Hih :)

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  4. +JMJ+

    And I thought the riddles were tricky! The poems are something else. ;-) I guess the theme is . . . food? I know I love it when I can eat something that "matches" what I'm reading. =)

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  5. It reminds me of the alphabet soup I remember eating (and playing with!) as a child - but I have a feeling this is going to turn out to be something I don't know!

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  6. So cute! It reminds me of Stone Soup just because I love that story. I'm sure the theme is food this week or the magic of words.

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  7. Stirring up a pot of trouble ~ always a favourite type of stew for story characters. And I adore that piece of drawing. Even the details in the raven, the butterfly and the dragonfly are gorgeous work.

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  8. Hmmmm...it can be anything because the letters will mx up differently every time!

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  9. Wonderful illustrations but alas I'm still trying to figure the verse out.

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  10. a nice rhyme and the illustration is great as well!
    Nutschell
    www.thewritingnut.com

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  11. Excellent job Riddlers! Thanks for stopping by for a helping of Bookworm Stew : ) The answer to our theme this week is posted : ) ~ F

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  12. Oh dear what will I do,
    I took a sip of your bookworm stew! and now I don't know what to do.

    love your site. Agman

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