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Do you love playing wordle? Do you wish you could do more than one puzzle a day?
NATIONALLY BESTSELLING SERIES • "Clever, satisfying and utterly addictive." ―Janice Hallett, bestselling author of The Appeal
This wonderful collection includes over 100 wordsearch puzzles, are inspired by our feathered friends from all over the world.
The original box set edition available again - individually numbered, limited run. 'If James Joyce and Agatha Christie had a literary love child, this would be it' Daily Telegraph 'A unique hybrid of word puzzle and whodunnit' Literary Review
The New York Times Crosswords: Everyone’s favorite puzzles
With 100 easy-to-hard puzzles in a smart, striking design, this new volume of The New York Times Classic Crossword Puzzles is the perfect gift for any crossword lover. Its sturdy, journal-style packaging with ribbon marker and removable jacket means you can solve in style wherever you go.
Escape for the holiday weekend with this giant collection of 200 puzzles from The New York Times
Find a peaceful break in the holiday craziness with this relaxing collection of 200 crossword puzzles from The New York Times. This large-size paperback will dazzle any puzzler with an inviting autumnal cover.
The next in our popular series of New York Times Sunday crosswords with bigger, more readable clues!
The next in our popular spiral series featuring Wednesday crossword puzzles only!
Wednesday is never quite the best or worst day of the week, but if you’re a crossword solver, a Wednesday puzzle is always just right! This volume collects all your favorite not-too-easy, not-too-hard Wednesday puzzles in one big, spiral-bound edition.
An exciting and fun word game book for anyone who loves solving word puzzles but doesn't want to be limited to one per day.
Celebrate more than ninety-five years of Simon & Schuster crossword puzzle excellence with this engaging collection of 300 new, never-before-published crosswords, designed for fans of all skill levels.
In 1924, Simon & Schuster published its first title, The Cross Word Puzzle Book.
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