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That nonogram looks pretty interesting.
Based off the example, it looks like the amount of squares filled in a row or column is noted by the number above or beside that row or column.
The first column has every square filled in. The next column has the first, the sixth and the ninth square filled in.
The name of the book club is the SHhhh, We're Reading book club.
Note how many books are in the August picks.
Note how many letters are in each of the titles of the August picks.
The recipe on the front of the paper looks like it has some interesting ingredients.
The August picks is a list of 9 books with 9 letters in each title. Take the letters that correspond with the empty spaces in the nonogram.
Remember Heidi says to change both the top and bottom number when halfing and tripling.
Notice that the next to last ingredient has a word that is 15 letters long.
If you have a fraction that is 4/5ths, you'd be taking 4 out of 5 of those things.
Each ingredient line has one word that is the same amount of letter as the denominator of the fraction. Take the amount of letters from the front of that word that the numerator specifies.
The critics had interesting words to say about the Dino Hop video game.
I bet the doves released at the wedding were the same ones who made a mess in the town square.
Within the pairs, only one word is repeated.
Notice the clue said "character" and not "letter."
Taking the middle characters from the cricits quotes the name "Space Rex" is found.
What button would be pressed on the keyboard after the "a" and before the "f" in "bona fide?"