30 Book Riddles With Answers For Kids And Students

Grow your knowledge with the help of the below easy and hard book riddles with answers.

Book Riddles With Answers For Kids And Students

1. My life is often a volume of grief, your help is needed to turn a new leaf. Stiff is my spine and my body is pale, but I’m always ready to tell a tale. What am I? Answer: A book!

2. My first is high, My second damp, My whole a tie, A writer’s cramp. What am I? Answer: Hyphen. The first two lines yield high-fen. A hyphen is used by a writer to tie (or cramp) two words together.

3. I wiggled and cannot see, sometimes underground and sometimes on a tree. I really don’t want to be on a hook, and I become a person when combined with a book. What am I? Answer: Worm

4. I have 10 books and I label them with their number. I take seven out to read. How many books are left? Answer: 9! You have taken the book with the label seven!

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5. How do you reach a book in an emergency room? Answer: Call its pager

6. Four legs I do have, yet I never walk. I do work not, yet I have food. All the food I get, none do I eat but you do. I cannot read yet many times I’m found with books. I am only but a carpenter’s work. What am I? Answer: A table.

7. Don’t judge a book by its cover. What is the contradictory proverb? Answer: Clothes make the man.

8. A teacher is yelling, she closes the door, the window, and a book. What did she forget to close? Answer: Her mouth.

9. A color is seen on a stoplight, an item you use to eliminate the darkness. What comic book character is it? Answer: Green Lantern.

10. A book costs $1 plus half its price. How much does it cost? Answer: The book costs $2. Let the cost be X. We know that: X = 1 + X/2. Solving for X will give 2.

11. What has words but never speaks? Answer: A book

12. What has a spine, but no bones? Answer: A book.

13. What English word has three consecutive double letters? Answer: Bookkeeper.

14. What did the wall say to the bookcase? Answer: I’ll meet you at the corner.

15. What did one math book say to the other math book? Answer: Do you want to hear my problems?

16. What building has the most stories? Answer: The library.

17. What are the smartest creatures? Answer: Bookworms.

18. To find this clue you have to look, in the place where you read books? Answer: A library

19. My son was playing with a book and tore out pages 7, 8, 100, 101, 222, and 223. How many pages were torn out? Answer: 10. Remember pages of a book are double-sided. 7+8, 99+100, 101+102, 221+222, 223+224s.

20. My numbers may vary, thin as a sheet, take one away, and we’re just not complete. What am I? Answer: A Book.

21. You go here to find books, where are you going? Answer: To the library

22. Why were the notebooks afraid to go to college? Answer: Because the College ruled notebooks!

23. Why did everybody like to go out to eat with the librarian? Answer: She could always book a reservation.

24. Where do books sleep? Answer: Between their covers.

25. Where do bedtime books sleep? Answer: Under their covers.

26. When is a math book sad? Answer: When it is full of problems!

27. What’s the longest word in the dictionary? Answer: Smiles. Because there is a mile between each s.

28. What’s a cat’s favorite book? Answer: Cat in a Hat

29. What would we get if we threw all the books into the ocean? Answer: A title wave!

30. What makes “Book, Box, and Noon” the same? Answer: There are all nouns.

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