Super Word Search On-The-Go!
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Super Word Search On-The-Go!

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by Mark Danna, Amy Goldstein, Dave Tuller, Francis Heaney
     
 
We are constantly rushing to get palcs and then waiting to leave, whether it's at the supermarket check-out line or filling up the gas tank. Now whether you're at home or ont he move, you can avoid the doldrums by solving addictive word searches. Just carry these diverting puzzles with you everywhere to satisfy your urge for a challenge—any time, any place.

Overview

We are constantly rushing to get palcs and then waiting to leave, whether it's at the supermarket check-out line or filling up the gas tank. Now whether you're at home or ont he move, you can avoid the doldrums by solving addictive word searches. Just carry these diverting puzzles with you everywhere to satisfy your urge for a challenge—any time, any place.

The handy-sized books in the On-The-Go! series—each packed with engrossing conundrums—will easily fit in your bag or backpack.

Just because you're away from home doesn't mean you have to give up your favorite brain bafflers.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781402744129
Publisher:
Sterling Publishing
Publication date:
01/28/2007
Pages:
288
Product dimensions:
4.90(w) x 7.70(h) x 1.10(d)

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I found that this 'book' was not well edited at all. The most common is that in some puzzles, the letters are not in straight lines - this seems to be a spacing issue rather than deliberate, so it is not as simple to find words. Other issues are that some words are missing from either the word list (but can be found in the solution puzzle) or from the solution puzzle. Also, some solutions very obviously do not match their corresponding puzzle. Some puzzles are also missing either the first or last column of letters. This is clearly deliberate in some puzzles, b/c it is mentioned in the puzzle description, but some puzzles do not specify that, and yet are missing a row or column.