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  • Published: 15 March 2015
  • ISBN: 9781623540555
  • Imprint: Charlesbridge Adult
  • Format: Trade Paperback
  • Pages: 432
  • RRP: $16.99

Go!games Mega Book Of Word Search

365 Brain Puzzlers


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From “First Ladies’ Names” to “Australian Open Winners,” from “Katy Perry” to “The Simpsons:” this chunky book of puzzles has enough word searches to keep solvers busy for a full year! It’s a fun way to give your brain a great workout—and train your powers of concentration, too.

Every one of the word searches has a theme, from “Terms of Endearment” to “Deserts of the World.” But watch out: some are easier than others. For easier solving, go for pop culture topics old and new like “1950s Golden Oldies,” “Bruce Springsteen,” or “Scary Movies.” Try something sports related—perhaps “In the Ballpark” or “Orange Bowl Winners.” Want something more challenging? Take a look at the list for “G Words.” Every one begins with the letter “G,” so it’s harder to find what you’re looking for. (And some words, like “Growing” and “Goggles,” have two or three). As you move along, the puzzles contain more words, or longer ones, raising the difficulty level.

  • Pub date: 15 March 2015
  • ISBN: 9781623540555
  • Imprint: Charlesbridge Adult
  • Format: Trade Paperback
  • Pages: 432
  • RRP: $16.99

About the Author

John Samson

John M. Samson has edited over 250 puzzle books for Simon & Schuster's Crossword series and has had several daily and Sunday crosswords published in The New York Times. He recently authored puzzle books for ARE YOU SMARTER THAN A 5th GRADER? (Harper Collins). John's puzzles have appeared on the back of a Kellogg's cereal box, on the side of a tall building for Metro-North Railroad, in a tree inhabited by Keebler elves, in a keystone for the H. J. Heinz Company, in a heart for Longevity magazine, on an album cover for a rock group, and in a three-page centerfold for Golf Digest. John's other pursuits include writing for the stage, screen, and television. He lives in a sometimes-sleepy village in Central New York. Sam Bellotto Jr. has been making puzzles professionally since 1979 in the Sunday New York Times Magazine. Today he contributes regularly to all the major crossword puzzle markets, including The New York Times, and also does a weekly crossword feature for high-profile newspapers and magazines. Bellotto's company, Crossdown, develops word puzzle computer games and software as well as the puzzles themselves. Crossdown has garnered the top People's Choice Award from the Educational Software Cooperative (ESC) four times between 1998 and 2004.

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