Alzheimer's Association Presents The Big Brain Puzzle Book

Alzheimer's Association Presents The Big Brain Puzzle Book

by Terry Stickels


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Solving puzzles are a fun way to stimulate your brain. The Big Brain Puzzle Book does just that, with over 150 Alzheimer's Association- approved puzzles from renowned brain teaser Terry Stickels. Stickels writes STICKELERS, a puzzle column, appearing in over 200 local and national newspapers daily.

Here is a sampling of the types of mind bending, brain exercising puzzles inside:

Frame Games
Find an every day phrase hidden inside words or drawings of rebus puzzles.

Spatial Visual
Answer questions while looking at 3-dimensional objects on a 2 dimensional page.

Fill in the blanks with letters in the middle of two words creating two 2-syllable words.

Word Search
Find words within blocks of letters going horizontally, diagonally or vertically.

Answer questions to seemingly obvious questions and learn something new in the process.

In five steps, changing one letter at a time, come up with a whole new word.

Readers will enjoy this great variety of puzzles from renowned puzzle creator Terry Stickels, while benefiting a great cause.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781603208208
Publisher: Time Home Entertainment, Inc
Publication date: 09/15/2009
Pages: 160
Product dimensions: 7.90(w) x 9.90(h) x 0.20(d)

About the Author

Stickels is well known for his three internationally syndicated columns. "FRAME GAMES", seen in USA WEEKEND magazine, is read by over 48,000,000 people in 600 newspapers weekly. He concurrently writes STICKELERS for King Features, appearing in over 200 newspapers daily. This column appears in such papers as The Washington Post, The Chicago Sun - Times, The Denver Post, and The Toronto Star. He also is the featured puzzle columnist for The Guardian newspaper, London's largest newspaper

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Alzheimer's Association Presents The Big Brain Puzzle Book 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
MissG11 More than 1 year ago
This book gives you a "workout for the brain". There are puzzles for all levels, for puzzle lovers that had done them for years, for people that enjoy working with word search or crossword puzzles...or for people like me...first time experience. This book kept me three days working hard on each one of the puzzles. You will have fun reading and solving each puzzle and laughing at many of the solutions. I recommend this book to everyone, but for the age group to which I belong..."late 50's" I sincerely feel is a must. Our brain needs to be challenged and as we grow "wiser".lol ..we know is imperative to keep our neurons functioning. If you have a family member that stays at home and only watch TV...Please give him or her a copy. It's affordable and you will be doing this person an invaluable favor.
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Very Interesting .........
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NebraskaGirl More than 1 year ago
Fabulous book! I highly recommend it. To keep the brain active whether one has a dysfunction or not. It is perfect as a gift for those people who have everything, they will be constantly entertained and keep their brains actively working. This book should, or could be donated to nursing homes, hospitals, rehab facilities... think about it, wouldn't that be a useful donation? I bought mine at the local Barnes & Noble, and highly recommend you get one too. Terry Stickles has outdone himself.
Tallrose More than 1 year ago
Stickels does it again and again. I was thrilled to see this new offering...and concur with the Alzheimers folks. Keeping the brain agile using puzzle solving is a fun and easy way to keep your mind young. This book has something for puzzle solvers of ALL ages and interests. I am crazy for the spacial-visuals, but this book has engaged me throughout. My old high school math skills are even coming back. Thank you, Terry Stickels, for making it easy to THINK again!