Painting #8: All Animals Are Equal

BORDER PHRASE: “End to end to end all animals are equal in a tale of tail to tail.”

BARBED LETTER WORD: LOST

RED LETTER WORD: SMILE

WORD FROM THE MASTER RIDDLE: AMULET

HIDDEN HARE: Turnin’ like a wheel.

CLUES & COMMENTS: Through the magic of anagrams, the red letter word could be MILES (as in what Jack must travel), but it’s actually supposed to be SMILE (as in what the sun is doing). This page wound up having significance in Kit’s second, untitled book.

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Julia Palffy February 5, 2015 at 12:41 pm

If you turn the picture upside down and look at the sun that way, it wears quite a different expression, certainly needing some encouragement to SMILE.

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Caroline Smith January 19, 2017 at 11:46 am

Indeed: it seems as though the sun is happiest during the day, but when the picture is rotated and night falls, his services are no longer required and so his expression droops somewhat.

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