Puzzle books

(8 Posts)
Googlella Tue 19-Mar-13 18:36:33

Yes, a trip to the Works is what I need. I often Internet shop, but really need to have a look and see if they are suitable before buying.

Seeline Tue 19-Mar-13 10:15:31

I normally go into The Works and buy a selection of their word searches, code words, sudoku etc - which ever is going cheapest. My DS (11) enjoys these, and my DD(8) loves wordsearches and is getting good at sudoku.

Googlella Tue 19-Mar-13 10:08:57

Thanks Takver, will take a look thanks

Takver Sun 17-Mar-13 22:21:20

Martin Gardner's puzzle books are good - there's one based on the Snark too which is fun

Googlella Sun 17-Mar-13 21:38:22

Any other recommendations?

Googlella Sun 17-Mar-13 21:32:05

Thank you - will do! thanks

booksteensandmagazines Sat 16-Mar-13 17:57:07

Have a look at the Happy Puzzle Company:

www.happypuzzle.co.uk

Googlella Sat 16-Mar-13 16:09:02

Can anyone recommend a good book of mixed puzzles for bright eleven year olds - boys and girls? Planning activities for extended family holiday. TIA

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