Relax and enjoy with these 75 easy New York Times crossword puzzles!
Easy puzzles are the best! They offer the intellectual challenge, vocabulary building, and sheer fun of solving, but won’t have you tearing your hair out. Enjoy the thrill of filling in that last little box!
Solvers, rejoice There's a terrific new book of logic puzzles, created by one of the true Renaissance men of our time: Barry R. Clarke.
Enter the world of secret codes, cunning puzzles, and mind-bending conundrums. Inspired by the Raising Arcadia series, this book offers a step-by-step guide to each of these three types of problems and a quiz to test your progress.
With 1,500 words and their definitions to help you name that obscure actress from the 30s or a three-letter word for “vase,” solving crossword puzzles has never looked so easy.
Crossword Puzzler’s Handbook, Revised Edition has all the answers to help you become an expert crossword puzzler.
The Know the Game series is firmly established as the leading introduction to a huge range of sports and games. For 50 years they have been the first step into a new sport or game for many people, children and adults alike. The series has now been relaunched in a new format with a modern design - making the best even better.
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With 100 games to start a party, ideas to trigger conversation, storytelling setups, and fiendish puzzles—no materials required—The Floor Is Lava is a how-to for turning screen-free time into quality time.
Put down the phone and pick up the fun!
Analog play is known to stimulate imaginative thinking, problem solving, and interpersonal connection.
From New York magazine, a spiral-bound collection of fifty recently published crosswords—plus a bonus one created by beloved American composer Stephen Sondheim, the magazine’s original puzzle constructor, for its first issue in 1968.
Every year, millions of people attempt to complete a crossword puzzle, whether in print or online.
The first-ever omnibus of Wednesday crossword puzzles from The New York Times
On the fence? You must be a Wednesday crossword puzzle solver! This great big collection of 200 not-too-easy, not-too-hard crossword puzzles from The New York Times will get you through the midweek slump in no time.
Introduced shortly after the United States declared its independence, poker's growth and development has paralleled that of America itself. As a gambling game with mass appeal, poker has been played by presidents and peasants, at kitchen tables and final tables, for matchsticks and millions. First came the hands, then came the stories -- some true, some pure bluffs, and many in between.
Get ready to enjoy this ULTIMATE GIANT compilation of numerical puzzles But be warned: Sudoku is seriously addictive This collection is a must have for puzzle connoisseurs everywhere Packed with nearly 700 mind-twisting, sanity testing puzzles of every level--from the ego boosters to the dauntingly difficult--this book will surely provide hours of entertainment, Whether you are new to these puz