It's 7pm on a Sunday — which puzzle is calling your name? 📚🧩
Exciting news, friends: Our sibling brand, Whiled, just released three new puzzles, each featuring a different folktale from around the world. We want you to meet the puzzles — so through the end of May, GNI readers can get 15% off anything on the site with code WHILEDFORGNI.
Use this special code for...
🐌 Slowing down and unplugging away from your screen.
📬 Sending to a family member who always read folktales to you.
💆♀️ Whiled nights in.
Just as the moral of the story reveals itself at the very end, you'll be similarly rewarded with the satisfaction of completing your puzzle pursuit— but first, you have to decide which puzzle to start first. 👀
Inside this box, a king is in crisis; and a local shoemaker may be able to save the day. Based on a folktale selected and reimagined by Poland-born illustrator Danielle Rhoda, this puzzle will make you want to dance and sing. Wondering how you defeat The Dragon of Kraków? You have to do the puzzle to find out.
Relax your gaze, and let your mind travel to a hot summer night in the mountains of Korea where an evil tiger is on the prowl. Depicting a leafy green forest full of mystery and malice, Korean illustrator Hye Jin Chung brings you along for a puzzling adventure that lands two young siblings in a whole new orbit.
The Fanous, a colorful lantern and symbol of Ramadan, invites you and your loved ones to gather around. To make this puzzle, Dutch-Egyptian illustrator Roeqiya Fris pieced together her most cherished childhood memories with vibrant color and strong femininity.