Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Answer to Monday's Riddle: A School of Students!

Pomperaug Elementary School, Southbury, CT
Excellent guessing, Riddlers! This week we're taking you into a few wonderful schools in Connecticut that invited us in to talk about the journey of THE SECRET FILES OF FAIRDAY MORROW. Tune in on Friday for the fun highlights. See you all around the book block. ; ) ~ F

Gathering minds talk and stand; pupils let thoughts expand. Those who know what to do, show the latter all that's new. Given many things in tow, we seek space in which to grow. Diving deep you'll swim in form, but here you'll find class the norm. Larhus, an Old English term, is where you'd go to leisure learn. The scene is meant to tell the show; it's smart to listen when you go. It may be hard or like a chore, even such a terrible bore, but ideas flare, then make a mark, and that ignites your own bright spark. 

What am I referring to? Answer: School! 

Stephanie Robinson reads an excerpt from THE SECRET FILES OF FAIRDAY MORROW to students at Flanders Elementary School in Southington, CT



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32 comments:

  1. Great riddle as always. And I'm loving that picture of Stephanie, for you to be able to spread the joy of books like this must be so rewarding.

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  2. Guess what just arrived at my house? I started reading yesterday and the kids will get their turn soon. Yay!

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    1. How exciting, Crystal! We hope you and the kids enjoy the mystery! ~Stephanie and Jess

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  3. Got that one wrong, but looking forward to hearing of the adventures.

    betty

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  4. They sure look attentive as can be at their school spree.

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    1. Pat- We were very impressed with their behavior! :)

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  5. Hi Jess and Stephanie .. it's brilliant you had the opportunity to go into schools .. and they learn. Wonderful opening ... cheers Hilary

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    1. Hilary- We are thrilled to be visiting schools and hope to set up more visits soon! :)

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  6. How awesome that you got this opportunity!

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    1. Romance Book Haven- We were thrilled!

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  7. I was too specific but this was a great riddle

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    1. You were still right on target with your thinking, Birgit! :)

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  8. What fun to read aloud at a school!

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  9. Got it right!
    Must've been really cool to read your own book to the students.

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    1. Alex- It really is amazing to read excerpts of our books to the kids. :)

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  10. This looks like so much fun. Enjoy visiting with the students.

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    1. Beverly- We are soaking up every minute! :)

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  11. Cool that you got to go speak to several schools!

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    1. Shannon- We feel very lucky and can't wait to visit more schools. We have a few more visits lined up and would love to do more. :)

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  12. Hello all, I've missed you while I've been away and look forward to catching up with your posts. Monday's are not the same without your riddles! Barbara x

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    1. Barbara- We missed you while you have been gone! So happy to see you back in the blogosphere and so glad you had such a wonderful time with your family over the holidays. :) ~Stephanie and Jess

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    1. Suvarna- We are great! Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

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  14. Hello. Sorry I lost this one!
    How are you doing ??

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    1. Gloria- We are doing great! Hope you are too! :)

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  15. Looks like another fun school visit! I wonder what you guys were asking to make so many of them raise their hands?

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    1. Claudine- We had a blast visiting the schools. We were asking them questions about The Secret Files of Fairday Morrow. The kids are so clever. :)

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  16. I missed this one. :(

    My daughter and I reviewed The Secret Files of Fairday Morrow on my blog today. We loved the book! I'll post the review on Amazon today too.

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    1. Kelly- We love the review that you and your daughter did. We also think it is wonderful that you read the book together. Thanks so much for putting up the review! So glad you enjoyed The Secret Files of Fairday Morrow! :)

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