Category Archives: literary rebus

DOA’s First Line Rebus For May 26, 2019

Here’s another Sunday Puzzle.  It’s the first line of a novel, this time in Rebus form.   Look for the answer Saturday, June 1st.  Enjoy!

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November 29th Rebus Answer

For a long time after that summer, the four Penderwick sisters still talked of Arundel. From Jeanne Birdsall’s The Penderwicks.  A sweet old fashioned story that reminded me of Edward Eager’s books without the magic.

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A First Line RebusTo Finish The Month

Here you go, one last Rebus for November.   I thought the old Festisite Rebus maker wasn’t working anymore because of some popups, but, here it is.  I am also providing the same first line translated to pictures with My Rebus.  … Continue reading

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Rebus Answer For November 10th Rebus

From a book I read and loved in college,  Lord Foul’s Bane by Stephen R. Donaldson. She came out of the store just in time to see her young son playing on the sidewalk directly in the path of the … Continue reading

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First Line Rebus for November 10 2017

Here’s the first line of a book in rebus form.   Just decipher those pictures and the letter clues and look for the answer tomorrow morning.  Good luck! Click to enlarge. The Rebus Maker used to create this is:  My Rebus … Continue reading

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Answer: My Favorite Book Rebus

In sixth grade, the school librarian noted I was an avid reader with that keen librarian eye some have.  She suggested a few books to me, one of them being:           A Wrinkle in Time by … Continue reading

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My Favorite Book Rebus

If you know me and my reading habits, you don’t need to decode the rebus to know what my all time favorite book is.  Tiny!  You may have to click to enlarge.

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