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  • Four-Letter Wordsby Michelle Arnot

    Penguin Group US 2008; US$ 13.95

    Crossword puzzle expert and champion Michelle Arnot has complied this irresistibly fun and entertaining manual filled with fascinating facts, puzzle miscellany, and surefire tips for puzzle solving. For devoted daily puzzlers, casual solvers, and fearless crossword warriors alike, this book offers insights into the addictive world of crossword puzzles... more...

  • I SAY NOTHING (3)by Sandy Balfour

    Atlantic Books Ltd 2013; US$ 10.19

    This delightful book explores the world of the cryptic crossword clue, a place where nothing is quite as it seems. From reflections on his children's musical tastes (might ABBA be an Old Testament citation?) to veiled digs at Labour's foreign policy ('What could be subtler during search for weapon!' 7, 4), each of Sandy Balfour's perfectly proportioned... more...

  • Ball of Confusionby Johnny Ball

    Icon Books 2011; US$ 11.65

    TV maths star Johnny Ball presents brain-teasers from his regular slot on his daughter Zoe?s Radio 2 show.  Ball of Confusion is designed to twist your brain into enjoyable knots of empuzzlement ? from puzzles solved in a twinkling of an eye to some that will knit your brow for hours. From how to cheat in a coin toss to why it is that some parts... more...

  • Puns, Puzzles, and Wordplayby Jim Bernhard

    Skyhorse Publishing 2014; US$ 12.95

    Are you a word-sleuth? Do you derive great pleasure in punning away an afternoon or tackling the crossword puzzle like a fiend? Does the combination of humor and etymological scholarship make you weak in the knees? If so, this book?s for you. Clever readers (and others too!) will laugh in wonder at examples from well-known wits and infamous wisecracks,... more...

  • The Everything Kids' More Hidden Pictures Bookby Beth L Blair

    F+W Media 2010; US$ 8.95

    Where's the fun? It's in this book! Kids will love searching through 100 puzzles as they seek out pictures in hidden places such as: A dragon's lair A teacher's messy classroom A Mayan kingdom A Fourth of July parade A pumpkin patch And many, many more! Picking out pictures from a busy background helps kids identify shapes and objects... more...

  • Word Morph, 5by Leonid Braginsky

    MobileReference.com 2010; US$ 3.99

    How do you make a flip from a flop? Obviously, by changing the i to an o. This is how you play Word Morph. At each step, you can change one letter to form a new word. The task is to transform the starting word one letter at a time until you spell the ending word.For example, here is a puzzle:east--------westYou can get from east to west like this:eastpastpestwestOften... more...

  • Word Morph, 1by Leonid Braginsky

    MobileReference.com 2010; US$ 3.99

    How do you make a flip from a flop? Obviously, by changing the i to an o. This is how you play Word Morph. At each step, you can change one letter to form a new word. The task is to transform the starting word one letter at a time until you spell the ending word.For example, here is a puzzle:east--------westYou can get from east to west like this:eastpastpestwestOften... more...

  • Word Morph, 2by Leonid Braginsky

    MobileReference.com 2010; US$ 3.99

    How do you make a flip from a flop? Obviously, by changing the i to an o. This is how you play Word Morph. At each step, you can change one letter to form a new word. The task is to transform the starting word one letter at a time until you spell the ending word.For example, here is a puzzle:east--------westYou can get from east to west like this:eastpastpestwestOften... more...

  • Word Morph, 3by Leonid Braginsky

    MobileReference.com 2010; US$ 3.99

    How do you make a flip from a flop? Obviously, by changing the i to an o. This is how you play Word Morph. At each step, you can change one letter to form a new word. The task is to transform the starting word one letter at a time until you spell the ending word.For example, here is a puzzle:east--------westYou can get from east to west like this:eastpastpestwestOften... more...

  • Word Morph, 4by Leonid Braginsky

    MobileReference.com 2010; US$ 3.99

    How do you make a flip from a flop? Obviously, by changing the i to an o. This is how you play Word Morph. At each step, you can change one letter to form a new word. The task is to transform the starting word one letter at a time until you spell the ending word.For example, here is a puzzle:east--------westYou can get from east to west like this:eastpastpestwestOften... more...