Show off how much you know about sports, music, famous people, TV shows, and dozens of other subjects. Try all 56 puzzles and find the hidden words that are written left to right, right to left, up, down, and diagonally. Test your wits on the wide worlds of: * things connected with a shopping mall, and stuff you use at school * fun at camp, and features of Disney World * words with the letter X * the Simpsons, horror movies, and other entertainment features * terms from the Internet, chemistry, outer space, and dinosaurs * ingredients on a pizza And lots more. Often the puzzles show you the whole word, but sometimes letters are left out to make it harder. Sometimes you're told the theme, but other times it's a secret. You get puzzles with words that rhyme, and even one on "nothing," where the answers could be the word nothing, or a zero, or the letter O. The final puzzle: words for goodbye. Jokes and little-known facts come with each puzzle. And oh yes, so do the answers. 96 pages, 5 3/8 x 8 1/4.
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Mark Danna writes puzzles for a living. His credits include more than two dozen word search books; over 100 crosswords in venues such as The New York Times; and, as coauthor, seven annual editions of Mensa’s page-a-day Brain Puzzlers calendar. Since 1991, he has penned the clued-rhymes puzzle Wordy Gurdy under the alias Tricky Ricky Kane for an international newspaper syndicate. Danna currently serves as assistant to the puzzle editor of the Wall Street Journal.
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Book Description Puzzlewright, 1999. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0806965576