Fun-filled collection of traditional favorites (crosswords and search-a-words) as well as innovative puzzles featuring homophones, connect-the-letters, words that rhyme and much more. Ranging from simple to challenging, these 38 entertaining brainteasers will also sharpen verbal and problem-skills. S... read more
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Fun-filled collection of traditional favorites (crosswords and search-a-words) as well as innovative puzzles featuring homophones, connect-the-letters, words that rhyme and much more. Ranging from simple to challenging, these 38 entertaining brainteasers will also sharpen verbal and problem-skills. Solutions.
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