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Love word searches? Then try this super-duper colossal collection of 365 searches—a full year’s worth of mind-melting puzzles that will (as a bonus) improve your vocabulary, too. Every page has TWO word searches on it, each with a cool theme, like "File Extensions" and "Fountains" or "Jelly Beans" and "Letter Order."

See how many "Movie Stars" (Damon, Diesel, Streep) catch your eye or fun "Onomatopoeia" words you can circle—boom, buzz, clang, click, gurgle, hiccup, honk. Experts who want something really challenging will find what they want here, too. "Conifer" includes such tree names as bristlecone, loblolly, and tamarack, while "Quantum Mechanics" offers bosons, fermions, and isobar. And for something a little unusual, there’s even a "Minnesota Zip Code" puzzle, where you look for groups of numbers. But the truly brain-busting ones come at the end of the book, when the puzzles veer from the standard to the really challenging, and some even have no word list at all. They’re hard, they’re tough . . . and they’re wildly entertaining!
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Love word searches? Then try this super-duper colossal collection of 365 searches—a full year’s worth of mind-melting puzzles that will (as a bonus) improve your vocabulary, too. Every page has TWO word searches on it, each with a cool theme, like "File Extensions" and "Fountains" or "Jelly Beans" and "Letter Order."

See how many "Movie Stars" (Damon, Diesel, Streep) catch your eye or fun "Onomatopoeia" words you can circle—boom, buzz, clang, click, gurgle, hiccup, honk. Experts who want something really challenging will find what they want here, too. "Conifer" includes such tree names as bristlecone, loblolly, and tamarack, while "Quantum Mechanics" offers bosons, fermions, and isobar. And for something a little unusual, there’s even a "Minnesota Zip Code" puzzle, where you look for groups of numbers. But the truly brain-busting ones come at the end of the book, when the puzzles veer from the standard to the really challenging, and some even have no word list at all. They’re hard, they’re tough . . . and they’re wildly entertaining!
Product Details
Paperback (432 pages)
Published: August 1, 2013
Publisher: Charlesbridge
Imprint: Imagine
ISBN: 9781623540029
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