A treasury of 132 entertaining word recreations will stimulate and challenge readers ages 8 and up. A wide variety of crossword puzzles, cryptograms, acrostics, anagrams, and other perplexing pastimes provide hours of fun. Featured puzzles include Rhyme Time, Who Stole the Vowels, Mystery Messages, S... read more
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A treasury of 132 entertaining word recreations will stimulate and challenge readers ages 8 and up. A wide variety of crossword puzzles, cryptograms, acrostics, anagrams, and other perplexing pastimes provide hours of fun. Featured puzzles include Rhyme Time, Who Stole the Vowels, Mystery Messages, Silly Sayings, and many others. Solutions.
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