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The Pocket Book of Frame Games: Hundreds of Mind-Bending Word Puzzles from the King of Brain Teasers!
     

The Pocket Book of Frame Games: Hundreds of Mind-Bending Word Puzzles from the King of Brain Teasers!

by Terry Stickels
 

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Frame games, as seen in USA WEEKEND magazine and read by more than 48,000,000 people in 600 newspapers weekly, are an extremely popular and amusing form of word puzzle that represent a famous phrase, song, person, place, or movie. By looking at the way the letters are formed and where they are placed in relation to the other letters, you can piece together a solution.

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Frame games, as seen in USA WEEKEND magazine and read by more than 48,000,000 people in 600 newspapers weekly, are an extremely popular and amusing form of word puzzle that represent a famous phrase, song, person, place, or movie. By looking at the way the letters are formed and where they are placed in relation to the other letters, you can piece together a solution. These artfully constructed brainteasers are a favorite among teachers, travelers, and puzzle-lovers alike. Terry Stickels has authored eleven similar collections in the past, and has had bestsellers with Scholastic (over 70,000 sold), Pomegranate, and St. Martin's Press.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781610580014
Publisher:
Fair Winds Press
Publication date:
04/06/2006
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,001,247
File size:
11 MB
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Meet the Author

Terry Stickels is one of the foremost puzzle creators in the world. In addition to his King Features syndicated puzzle, Stickelers [sic], he also creates Frame Games puzzles and Stickdoku puzzles for USA Weekend. He is the author of more than a dozen books including The Little Bathroom Book of Sudoku, The Little Bathroom Book of Kakuro, and The Big Book of Stickelers from Fair Winds Press. He resides in Fort Worth, Texas.

Will Shortz, Crossword Editor for The New York Times proclaims that "Terry Stickels' puzzles are perfect brain stimulators for young and old alike and they build problem-solving skills that are useful both academically and in everyday life." Visit his website at www.terrystickels.com

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