My name is Jackie Overlid and I am very happy to be your school librarian!
I can't wait to see you all at Zoom Library Times and hope you are staying safe and healthy.
Reading gives us someplace to go when we have to stay where we are.
- Mason Cooley
If you have questions please email me. I will try my best to reply within 24 hours.
-Ms. Jackie, firstname.lastname@example.org
Riddle/Joke of Week:
What has a head and a tail but no body? - Yani, 4th grade
Send me your riddles using this form!
Past riddles and solutions:
If you’re running in a race and you pass the person in second place, what place are you in? - Charlotte, 4th grade - You are in second place! (acting it out with puppets was a big help)
What is as big as an elephant but weighs nothing? - William 4th grade - An elephant's shadow!
What never gets wetter, even when it rains?-Franky, 5th grade - The ocean/sea/puddle/rain/water!
What is the capital of France? -Charlotte, 4th grade - The letter F!
There’s only one word in the dictionary that’s spelled wrong. What is it? - Tamanna, 4th grade - The word "wrong!"
What is always coming, but never arrives? -Riddhiman, 4th grade - Tomorrow!
How high would you have to count before you would use the letter A in the English language spelling of a whole number? - Nathan, 6th grade - One thousAnd! Other clever student answers: One hundred And one and A hundred.
A bus driver was heading down a busy street in the city. He went past three stop signs without stopping, went the wrong way down a one-way street, and answered a message on his phone. But the bus driver didn’t break any traffic laws. How? - Emmett, 4th grade - The bus driver was walking!
Which is heavier: a pound of bricks or a pound of feathers? They are equal, both a pound!
What has a green hat and sounds like a parrot? -Jalen, 5th grade - A carrot!
Some months have 30 days, some have 31 days, how many have 28 days? - Onyx, 5th grade - All 12 months have 28 days!
Where can you find forests, cities, towns, islands, shops, and streets, but no people? - Ellie, 6th Grade - A map! Other answers by students include a Lego city and deserted town.
What can you catch but not throw? - A cold! Make sure you wash hands! Other answers by students include ketchup and a bus/train.
What can you throw but not catch? - A tantrum! Other answers by students include a party, throw-up (eww but true!) and a cup of water.
What has 88 keys but can not open a single door? -Alejandra, 5th grade - A piano!
What kind of band never plays music? - A rubber band!
I have 6 eggs. i broke two, i cooked two, and I ate two. how many do I have left? -Callan, 5th grade - You still have 4 left because you broke, cooked and ate the same 2.
There are 5 apples. You take away 3 apples. How many apples do you have now? - 3 (You took 3, so you have 3!)
A chest filled with gold that's missing a lock. What is it? -Reef, 5th grade - An egg. (Reef credits this riddle to The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien)
What do you have to break before you use it? - Also an egg! But other possible answers by students included a soda can, a glow stick and a nut.
How can you make the number one disappear? -Add a G and it is "gone." Other possible answer by students included just erase it, erase the N and E and make it a 0/zero, and add an N and it is "none."
What goes up and down but never moves? -Stairs! (other possible answers from students included the sun, an elevator shaft and a ladder)