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Thomas Kinkade Pocket Posh Crosswords 2 with Scripture: 75 Puzzlesby The Puzzle Society, Tamara Haus
Thomas Kinkade® Pocket Posh® Crosswords 2 with Scripture presents a collection of 75 crossword puzzles/i>/b>/b>
Thomas Kinkade’s light-infused art graces a compendium of 75 traditional crossword puzzles with specially selected King James Bible verses. Pocket Posh® Crossword titles have combined sales of 275,000 copies across the series.
Thomas Kinkade® Pocket Posh® Crosswords 2 with Scripture presents a collection of 75 crossword puzzles adorned with the art of the Painter of Light and specially selected King James Bible verses. Thomas Kinkade’s paintings present idyllic settings that evoke warmth and serenity. This assortment of traditional, medium-difficulty crosswords offers Kinkade fans the opportunity to carry his art with them and to be inspired by both his work and biblical scriptures as they power up their gray matter. Packaged in a handy 4 x 6 size, Thomas Kinkade® Pocket Posh® Crosswords 2 with Scripture fits nicely into a purse or tote and is perfect for puzzlers looking for a quick and engaging puzzle to complete. With more than 5 million copies in print, the Pocket Posh® puzzle series is a great way to exercise your mind—and look great while doing it! A free trial subscription to The Puzzle Society™ adds extra value.
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