Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Answer to Monday's Riddle: Shel On The Shelf...


Excellent guessing, Riddlers. This week we're spotlighting Shel Silverstein as part of Angie Karcher's RhyPiBoMo writing challenge, featuring rhyming children's stories. I have always loved them! This riddle was challenging- a poem made of Shel Silverstein poem titles. Click on each one to read it. Stop by Friday to find out our two favorites! See you all around the book block. ; ) ~ F


Forgotten Language, Picture Puzzle Piece...brings us round the bend.

Who/ what am I referring to? Answer: Shel Silverstein Poems


Fairday's Riddles: Volume I 
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62 original riddles and illustrations
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10 comments:

  1. I missed this one,, but I never would have gotten it. Great riddle.

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  2. I'm kinda liking Silverstein's poem Rain, have a wonderful day.

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  3. That was a hard one!!!

    betty

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  4. I did recognize "Where the Sidewalk Ends," but I've never read the book.

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  5. I never would have got this one... I will have to check it out... this one was really difficult xox

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  6. I gave that book to one of nieces last year and her father remembered that his mom had given it to him, too! Such a classic.

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  7. Looking forward to your post. I bought WHERE THE SIDEWALK ENDS during a vacation in Taiwan few years ago. Much loved rhymes.

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  8. Yay :) Awesome riddle answer. <3 Love it. Not heard of this writer before, but then, poems aren't really my thing, lol. Thank you for sharing :D

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