Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Answer to Monday's Riddle: Rattle Them Bones!


Excellent guessing Riddlers! We're shaking our bones up a bit this week. Lizzy's review will take us to a place where skeletons rest, and Friday our friend Little Orchid from the story Little Orchid's Sea Monster Trouble by Gueh Yanting, Claudine will be stopping by for the Character Book Club, so be sure to check back! See you all around the book block. ; ) ~ F

I'm created from inside; I'll give you strength to find your stride. I'm the part that holds it together; you rattle around because of my tether. Forged from elements of the earth, you're weaved by magic, then bound at birth. I mark the way of things gone by, a clue from within left out to dry. They're places you'll find me, I'm scattered on land and under the sea. I'll turn to dust as time rolls by. But, by then, you'll have moved to another eye. 

What am I? Answer: Bones!


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9 comments:

  1. Ohh, creepy picture :D I love it! Amazing riddle; as always. <3

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  2. Yeah! I got the riddle for once. Creepy picture!

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  3. Bones! I saw other people guessing it and knew that was probably it--but I never would have thought of it on my own.

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  4. I like creepy stuff. I would've gotten this right.

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  5. Apawlogies, my human friend, I missed your other pawsting. I can barely keep up with all these pawlific pawstings.

    However, I do like um, bones.

    I shall try to return later in the week. And hopefully at not three in the morning. Yikes and arf!

    Pawsitive wishes,

    Penny :)

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  6. Bones of course it was. I couldn't have guessed more incorrectly if I'd tried.

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  7. Weird, but I can't post a comment on your latest post. pasting it here: Nope, I hadn't come across the series in person, probably because my youngest son grew up and moved out a couple of years ago. But I heard the concept at an SCBWI conference before then. Scholastic issued invitations to the authors they wanted to write the series. One presented a workshop I attended. Gordon...can't remember. But he sure was funny!

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