Just How Smart Are You?: 150 Original Mathematical, Logical, and Spatial-Visual Puzzles for All Levels of Puzzle Solvers

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Macmillan, Sep 19, 2002 - Games - 160 pages
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Terry Stickels is a master puzzlemaker known for the fascinating variety and many forms of his original puzzles. As in his previous book, Are You as Smart as You Think?, he challenges readers with a mix of narrative puzzles to be solved with logical thinking, number puzzles that demand common sense but not higher math, and his very popular "frame games"-puzzles that mix pictures, letters, and numbers to provide fun for puzzlers of every age.

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Terry Stickels' puzzles have appeared in such magazines as Discover and Mensa. He has a weekly syndicated newspaper column in USA Weekend and on the paper's website. His puzzles are often mentioned on the Will Shortz's National Public Radio Sunday morning show, and have even been beamed to NPR's widely heard Car Talk. Not only has Stickels created puzzle cards, puzzle calendars and numerous games, but a Stickels brain workout has turned up, to the delight of young (and old) breakfasters, on more than seven million boxes of Raisin Bran!

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