The next in our best-selling series: one collection for every difficulty level, labeled by day of the week
Serious solvers know that the puzzles in The New York Times get harder as the week goes on. From an easy Monday to a downright difficult Friday puzzle, this brand new collection is sure to challenge you with each passing day. See how far you can get
-50 puzzles from Monday (easy) to Friday (tough )
-Covered spiral binding for convenient, lay-flat solving
-Edited by the #1 name in crosswords, Will Shortz
Take your eyes off the screen, and train your brain without eye strainOne hundred large print medium-difficulty crosswords will exercise your mind while being easy on the eyes. Designed with one puzzle grid per spread and 16-point type, these large print crosswords present hours of puzzle-solving fun and relaxation. Solutions section included.
Get centered and pass the time with 120 easy to hard puzzles in easy-to-read large print
Large-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
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.
With 1,500 words and their definitions to help you name that obscure actress from the 30s or a three-letter word for "vase," solving crossword puzzles has never looked so easy.Crossword Puzzler's Handbook, Revised Edition has all the answers to help you become an expert crossword puzzler. With 1,500 words and their definitions to help you name that obscure actress from the 30s or a three-letter word for "vase," solving crossword puzzles has never looked so easy. This pocket-sized handbook is the perfect gift for the crossword puzzle lovers in your life.
- Area = length width
- Use spatial reasoning to find helpful relationships
- Whole numbers are all you need. You can always get the answer without using fractions