1. ## Small leaf code?

I can't get past the idea that the small leaves around the page are a code.

The set in the upper saw handle (by the star-shaped "traveler") even LOOKS like a lower-case "h". Or a "y", upside down??

Anyone else wondering the same thing??

2. another thing about this picture...the 3-2-2 on the leaf on the lower left side...i applied this pattern to the caption on the page. using letters o-w-g-e and so on, following the number pattern. I anagramed till my eyes crossed. one of the interesting things i found (and I know there are a zillion matches to the letters) was "Zac sees the moonllike lady..."so what i had a few letters left over... but this number thing and the caption, just like the title and inside book cover could be something. But right now, my eyes hurt and my butt is numb...

3. OK, yes I'm a newbie, but I noticed the code on the leaf, but I must admit I thought it said Bob, but it is clearly now hash marks -- at any rate--

Another thing that connects to this page is the final sentence in the story on page 100:

"Then, just as he had done in the birch grove, Pook Jumped into Zac's arms, licked his face and smiled broadly."

The quote on the this page is different, but I think it's significant somehow

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I am also trying the approach of the leaves being some type of clue to solution but nothing conclusive, anyone else approaching this the same way?

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What about trying to group the small leaves in "bunches" of 1-5 to solve it like the first three puzzles have been solved so far?

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Been trying all kind of options and coming up empty. Let me know if you have any luck.

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## Small leaves

Absolutely have to agree that it's a code. And they are generally together by even numbers, which would be great, but there are so many - it seems very different from the other solutions. The others were around 17 or so letters. This one would be ridiculously long, eh?

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Not necessarily too many letters. There are 46 or so groups of leaves. If two for each set of coordinates, that would mean 23 letters.

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