I saw a display made by Judy N. which asked the question "Which did you prefer, the book or the movie?" To my discredit, I didn't realize that "Life of Pi" was a book until then.I should probably get around to reading it one of these days.
This one took careful observation before even beginning to figure out the meaning. Looking closely, one can see that the first part of the author's name is missing. Those letters are S T E P. Thus the meaning of the puzzle "Missing a step."
PS I forgot to hit "Publish" last week, so this stayed in my drafts.
The word "Out" is pretty clear here, but can you tell what's in the word? It is an outline of the African continent. So, the answer to the puzzle is "Out of Africa"
Two different kinds of mice make up the word Men, which, of course, refers to the classic novel "Of Mice and Men" by John Steinbeck.
Two weeks with no winners. This puzzle was really hard. So, my thought process was like this: On the left side, all of the multiplication or TIMES problems were correct. It couldn't get any better. In fact, you could say "It was the best of times." Do I need to explain the right side?
The famous literary quote is from "A Tale of Two Cities" by Charles Dickens. In fact, that whole first paragraph has some good "What in the World" puzzles hiding in it.
What in the World
Linguistic Illusions to challenge adults and children.