|Author:||Richard B. Manchester|
|Title:||Mammoth Book of Word Games|
|Format:||lrf lrf doc lit|
|ePUB size:||1457 kb|
|FB2 size:||1616 kb|
|DJVU size:||1271 kb|
|Category:||Puzzles and Games|
|Publisher:||Bristol Park Books (May 1, 1990)|
This book has some games that are impossible to solve without looking up the answers. I don't mind a challenge, but many of these are made to stump you - and when you look up the answers many are so far out as to make you want to put it away and not do any more. challenging and entertaining selection of word games. This is my second acquisition. The first was given as a present to a friend who does the NY Times crossword puzzle in ink (u no the type).
Start by marking Mammoth book of word games as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Read by Richard B. Manchester.
One of the most challenging and popular collections of word games ever put together is finally back in print. Anyone who loves to decipher, make up, or play with words will love this compilation of alphabits, word mazes, threezies, cryptograms, picture quizzes, crosswords, and countless o ther classic word games.
The Original Pencil Pastimes Book of Word Games 2 copies. The 3rd New Mammoth Book of Crossword Puzzles: The Perfect Companion fo. copies. Giant Pencil Pastimes Book of Seek-A-Word 2 copies. Giant Pencil Pastimes Book of Sudoku 2 copies. The New Mammoth Book of Seek-a-Word 2 copies. Great Big Giant Book of Crosswords 2 copies. The 2nd New Pencil Pastimes: Book of Word Games (New Pencil Pastimes) 2 copies. The 3rd New Pencil Pastimes® Book of Word Games 2 copies. Colossal Giant Book of Crosswords 1 copy. Richard B. Manchester is currently considered a "single author. If one or more works are by a distinct, homonymous authors, go ahead and split the author. Manchester is composed of 2 names. You can examine and separate out names.
The wide variety of puzzles will enthrall everyone who loves words.
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