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You can search and search . . . but no word search book compares to this!
Large, diverse, and contemporary, this stimulating collection of 188 puzzles is absolutely addictive. Choose from such fun themes as Classic Candy, Cartoon Canines, and Country Music Legends; New York, Paris, and London Landmarks; and Pirates, Palindromes, Pasta, Pop Stars, and Preakness Winners.
One warning: once you start solving, the hours will fly by before you know it!
What they’re saying about Terry:
“Terry Stickels’ puzzles are perfect brain stimulators for young and old alike. They’re fresh, varied, and well thought-out and they build problem-solving skills that are useful both academically and in everyday life.”
Crossword Editor, The New York Times
“Terry Stickels has joined the ranks of top popularizers of mathematical problems. His puzzle collections are highly recommended for their novel approaches and fresh ideas.”
Writer and Past Editor of Scientific American’s “Recreational Mathematics” Column
“Terry Stickels is one of the most gifted puzzle writers, authors, and speakers it has been my pleasure to know. He has generously provided us with his time and talents in creating unique and challenging material for our MENSA projects.”
National Marketing Director, MENSA
Look Inside the Book:
Author & Illustrator Bios:Terry Stickels, author
Terry Stickels is well-known for his three internationally syndicated columns. Frame Games™ and Stickdoku™, seen in USA WEEKEND magazine, are read by over 48 million people in six hundred newspapers weekly. He concurrently writes “Sticklers” for King Features, appearing in over two hundred newspapers daily, including the Washington Post, the Chicago Sun-Times, the Denver Post, and the Toronto Star. He also is the featured puzzle columnist for the Guardian, London’s largest newspaper. In addition, Terry finds time to write books for both adults and children and do motivational speaking.
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John Samson, author
John M. Samson has edited over 250 puzzle books for Simon & Schuster's Crossword series and has had several daily and Sunday crosswords published in The New York Times. He has authored puzzle books for Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader? (Harper Collins). John's puzzles have appeared on the back of a Kellogg's cereal box, on the side of a tall building for Metro-North Railroad, in a tree inhabited by Keebler elves, in a keystone for the H. J. Heinz Company, in a heart for Longevity magazine, on an album cover for a rock group, and in a three-page centerfold for Golf Digest. John's other pursuits include writing for the stage, screen, and television. He lives in a sometimes-sleepy village in Central New York.
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Page count: 288
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