Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Answer to Monday's Riddle: Show and Tell!

Excellent guessing, Riddlers! This week, the pictures will tell the story. Lizzy's review will set the scene, and Friday, we'll be whisking you off to the 2014 UCONN Children's Book Fair, so be sure to check back! See you all around the book block. ; ) ~ F

Sometimes pictures do the trick if you need the words to stick. Scenes will show the tales run, sprinkling in visual fun. The letters like to weave along, perhaps in rhyme or as a song. When young eyes see both in tune, they'll eat them up with a silver spoon. Like the bunny, Peter Rabbit, who took a carrot, though told not to grab it or in that place where the things are wild, seen as such by a naughty child. Here, the landscapes cook imagination, and they're seasoned right to bring transformation; carrying along a sense of us and helping to steer the cosmic bus.  

What am I referring to? Answer: Picture Books! 

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  1. I missed the riddle this week, not sure if I would have got it or not but I'm looking forward to the weeks posts.

  2. I think I was close enough to claim a win.

  3. Sounds like an awesome picture book!

  4. There is always room in my heart for picture books. Always and always.

  5. Picture books are awesome and such fun for early readers.

  6. Love this!! I'm rather sad I missed it yesterday!

  7. Awesome! Who doesn't just totally live a book with pictures? Lovely colorful pictures!

  8. Oh, LOVE this riddle. Fantastic!

    - Mckenzie & Michele @ A Belle's Tales


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