50 Puzzles Logical Thinking (How to Think Series) by Charles Phillips, Paperback | Barnes & Noble
50 Puzzles Logical Thinking (How to Think Series)

50 Puzzles Logical Thinking (How to Think Series)

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by Charles Phillips
     
 

The ability to think logically will help you clear your mind and allow you to make effective, reasoned decisions, even when faced with stressful situations. The book includes basic exercises and logic puzzles to focus the brain enabling you to think things through and come up with the right solutions.

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The ability to think logically will help you clear your mind and allow you to make effective, reasoned decisions, even when faced with stressful situations. The book includes basic exercises and logic puzzles to focus the brain enabling you to think things through and come up with the right solutions.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781859062852
Publisher:
Connections Book Publishing, Limited
Publication date:
10/01/2010
Series:
How to Think Series
Pages:
96
Sales rank:
744,390
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 7.20(h) x 0.30(d)

Meet the Author


Charles Phillips is the author of more than 20 books and a contributor to more than 25 others, including The Reader's Digest Compendium of Puzzles & Brain Teaser (2001). Charles has investigated Indian theories of intelligence and consciousness in Ancient Civilizations (2005), probed the brain's dreaming mechanism in My Dream Journal (2003), and examined how we perceive and respond to colour in his Colour for Life (2004). He is also a keen collector of games and puzzles.

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AlexMarazmov More than 1 year ago
Hello, Charles! I've just finished doing your book, 50+50, and want to tell why I dislike your book strongly. The reason is that one third of the book consists of incorrectly formulated problems. I was trying my best to solve them, with no success, and when I appealed to the answers I found that the solutions are breaking the terms of problems. This book didn't bring me a satisfaction, it drove me mad and made me feel like an idiot. Looking forward to your answer, Alex Marazmov