Congrats to Laura Stine from Computer Doctors!
It’s not always easy solving our monthly photo hunts in each issue, but Laura Stine from Computer Doctors was up for the challenge! In our January “West Chester Reads” issue, our readers had to locate the five differences in a stack of books and the bookshelves behind them.
Spot the Differences:
Could you have found these five differences between the two pictures?
- In the first picture, in the top-left area of the picture, there is an out-of-focus bookshelf. The books in the top-left section are black. In the second picture, however, the books are all orange and white.
- Have you ever read, “Harry Potter and a Cursed Child?” Neither have I. That’s because the title is actually “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child,” but the title has slightly changed on the book’s spine in the second image.
- Parallel to the “Harry Potter” book on the right on the unfocused bookshelf, there is a small section of blue books. These books have magically become red books in the second image.
- Take another look at the book spines that young woman is holding. In white text, you can read, “White Girls” by Hilton Als. In the second image, the book is entitled, “White Grills” by the same author.
- Stop looking at the books for a second. Observe the woman’s forearms. She has one tattoo of a rose on her right arm, (your left). The second image shows her having two matching tattoos on both arms instead.
For her success in locating all five differences in January’s photo hunt, Laura Stine has received a $25 Barnaby’s gift card!
Want to win our monthly photo hunt and gain recognition? Play again when our March issue is released! It’s your time to shine this month, so get ready to win!