200 Word Puzzles

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D & B Publishing, 2003 - Games - 176 pages
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The human brain is quite remarkable. Its intricate workings have been subjected to some of the greatest intellects of our times and despite this, we still know relatively little about how it actually works. However, there is one fact on which all experts in the field are in agreement: the brain benefits from regular exercise in much the same way as muscles do. In fact the brain not only benefits from this training--it thrives on it. What kind of exercise does the brain enjoy? Here the experts are again in agreement. Creative thinking, deductive reasoning and puzzle solving are all excellent areas for building up your mental muscle. 200 Word Puzzles gives your brain the opportunity for serious regular exercise. Word puzzles are excellent training for the brain as the alphabet can be as full of complexity and surprise as numbers. This varied selection of anagrams, cryptograms, novelty crosswords. and word circles will keep you entertained and your brain fit and healthy.

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Ken Russell is puzzle editor of "Mensa" the general magazine of British Mensa. Philip Carter is puzzle editor of "Enigmasig" the newsletter of the British Mensa Special Interest Puzzle Group.

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