|Pomperaug Elementary School, Southbury, CT|
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|
Fairday's Riddles: Volume I
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62 original riddles and illustrations
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