New York Post Well-Done Su Doku: 150 Fiendish Puzzles

New York Post Well-Done Su Doku: 150 Fiendish Puzzles

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The Official Utterly Addictive Number-Placing Puzzle

Chew on these all new Fiendish puzzles. They're tough as leather yet absolutely delicious for anyone hungry for a real challenge! More than just hours of entertainment, Su Doku engages your mind, improves your concentration, and helps you stay mentally fit. With 150 brand-new puzzles to complete, you'll become

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The Official Utterly Addictive Number-Placing Puzzle

Chew on these all new Fiendish puzzles. They're tough as leather yet absolutely delicious for anyone hungry for a real challenge! More than just hours of entertainment, Su Doku engages your mind, improves your concentration, and helps you stay mentally fit. With 150 brand-new puzzles to complete, you'll become a Su Doku master in no time!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780062184184
Publisher:
HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date:
04/10/2012
Pages:
240
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 7.10(h) x 0.50(d)

Meet the Author

Cheeta the Chimp was just a baby when he was snatched from the Liberian jungle in 1932 by the great animal importer Henry Trefflich. In 1934 Cheeta appeared in his first of many Tarzan movies, Tarzan and His Mate. Cheeta finally retired from the big screen after the 1967 film Doctor Dolittle. The oldest living chimpanzee ever recorded, Cheeta, now seventy-six, is retired in Palm Springs, where he has reinvented himself as a globally acclaimed abstract painter.

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