Saturday, October 22, 2011

Dewey's 24-Hour Read-a-Thon Mini-Challenge Book Puzzles (Giveaway)

Melissa at One Librarian's Book Reviews is holding this hour's mini-challenge (and it lasts for 6-hours).  The challenge is to create a Book Puzzle.  Here's what Melissa has to say:

Essentially, this is a series of pictures, graphics, or photos that you put together that will describe a book title.

So here is mine:


And just for fun a second one:


Enter your guesses for my book puzzles (with the authors) and I'll randomly draw a winner for a book from my giveaway page.  US/Canada only, ends 10/23 at 8:00am EDT.

Hour 2 update:
Time spent blogging: 10 minutes
Time spent reading:  85 minutes
Pages read: 114 pages of Dark Eden by Patrick Carman
Time spent visiting blogs: 15 minutes
Blogs visited: 10

See you later!


amandawk said...

My guesses are The Money Key and The Fairy Ring. Thanks for the giveaway!
amandarwest atgmaildotcom

Michelle @ Book Briefs said...

The Faerie Ring by Kiki Hamilton and I don't know the other one

chelle2006 @

Margaret said...

The first one I'm going to guess either
Benjamin's Key by Arthur Ashby
or Franklin's Key by Wayne Whipple

the second is the Faerie Ring by Kiki Hamilton


Wendy said...

Benjamin's Key by Arthur Ashby and The Faerie Ring by Kikki Hamilton

Looks like you're having a great day :) Read on!

Kayla :) said...

Benjamin's Key by Arthur Ashby.
And the Fairy Ring by Kiki Hamilton.
Thanks for the giveaway, and keep on reading! :D

kayla3194 at gmail dot com

Nan said...

I hope you are enjoying the read-a-thon! Happy reading!

melissa @ 1lbr said...

Great puzzles! I might not have gotten them without everyone's help. Thanks for playing.

Vivien said...

Benjamin's Key by Arthur Ashby
and The Faerie Ring by Kiki Hamilton

deadtossedwaves at gmail dot com

ann said...

1. Benjamins Key by Arthur Ashby
2. Faerie Ring by Kiki

these are fun : ]
amhengst at verizon dot net

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