A NEW day-of-the-week series in a convenient spiral bound packageSome people like to relax and unwind on a Saturday, but you prefer a challenge Lucky for you, this collection includes 50 of the New York Times's toughest crossword puzzles. Features: -50 difficult NYT Saturday puzzles, the hardest of the week
-Bold, fun series cover design
-Edited by crossword legend Will Shortz
Are you bursting with literary knowledge that you'd like to put to the test? Or do you just want a moment's distraction filling in a Harry Potter- or Lord of the Rings-themed crossword puzzle, looking up the names of Charles Dickens's characters in a word search, or completing a Jane Austen sudoku puzzle? Literary Puzzle Book, now in a large format, offers puzzles of varying difficulty levels and literary themes that will amuse, excite, and inform. This handy book features 120 craft conundrums that will keep you scratching your head over famous author pen names and obscure literary terms as you exercise your knowledge on Shakespeare, Mark Twain, Marcel Proust, Henry James, and James Joyce. These puzzles include:
- Anagrams and cryptograms
- Crosswords and word searches
- Riddles and quizzes
- And many more
For all book-loving puzzle solvers or puzzle-loving book readers, Literary Puzzle Book is the perfect avenue to unwind, or be challenged.
These large-print puzzles may be easy on the eyes, but they still challenge the brainThis brand new large-print collection, edited by crossword king Will Shortz, features: - 120 easy-to-read crossword puzzles
- All levels of difficulty
- Fun, fresh clues from the pages of The New York Times
Our third cryptogram Pocket Posh puzzle collection challenges word lovers and code breakers to 100 classic cipher puzzles.These Cryptograms are classic ciphers that offer a fun challenge yet are easy enough to solve by hand. Each encrypted puzzle is not too easy, not too hard - a code lover's delight Pocket Posh Cryptograms 3 is part of a best-selling series featuring highly stylized, embellished covers and boasting 5 million copies in print. A free trial subscription to The Puzzle Society adds extra value.
Triple-stack means triple-solving goodness--and a unique challenge for word lovers Each of these 72 daily-sized puzzles features wide-open grids with at least one set of three 15-letter answers stacked on top of each other. This is one tough feat to accomplish, but puzzle-making genius Ashwood-Smith makes it look easy. In addition to the challenging triple-stacking, crossword mavens get tons of clever clues featuring all manner of wordplay.
Get centered and pass the time with 120 easy to hard puzzles in easy-to-read large printLarge-print type may make these crosswords easy on the eyes, but they will still challenge the brain. This brand new large-print omnibus features: - 120 easy-to-read crossword puzzles
- All levels of difficulty
- Puzzles edited by crossword maven Will Shortz
Myles Mellor's Diamond Crosswords, with easy and fast challenges, are featured in over 150 newspapers and websites; his overall work reaching over 2 million people per month.Diamond Crosswords play like a classic crossword puzzle, but with a twist: the puzzle is laid out in a diamond shape with each "square" inside also being in the shape of a diamond. The game is perfect for the huge pool of casual crossword fans as the Diamond Crosswords are fast and easy to solve, which is why they've proven incredibly popular to the many fans of this gem of a game.
A NEW day-of-the-week series in a convenient spiral bound packageFancy a challenge? The New York Times Friday crossword puzzle is tough as nails and this collection has 50 for you to sink your teeth into Features:
- 50 New York Times Friday crosswords
- Edited by crossword legend Will Shortz
- Convenient spiral binding for easy solving
Use clues and your own knowledge to solve nearly 200 word puzzles in the Go Fun Big Book of Crosswords.Do you know what jeans are made out of? How about another word for crazy? Each word puzzle gives you clues to figure out answers to questions like these and more. Here are some of the brainteasers you'll get to try:
- Crosswords help you think of synonyms and antonyms
- Picture word puzzles give you visual clues
- Code cracker puzzles let you use your number sense to help you solve word problems