Kakuro for Kids #1

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Bloomsbury Publishing, Jul 15, 2009 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 160 pages
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Hot on the heels of Sudoku comes Japan's latest craze: Kukuro

Kakuro for Kids: Ninja Edition contains 100 puzzles, ranging from White Belt (easy) to Black Belt (challenging), created by puzzle master Alastair Chisholm. With an introduction that gives step-by-step directions for using magic Kakuro Blocks to unlock the mysteries of the grids and challenging puzzles in all shapes, sizes, and levels of difficulty, Kakuro for Kids will soon kick Sudoku off the top of the puzzle charts.

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About the author (2009)

Alastair Chisholm is based in Edinburgh, Scotland. As a software developer, he has spent his time devising and tackling logical problems; his fascination with number puzzles led to his book The Kid's Book of Sudoku, before he quickly turned to creating Kakuro puzzles. Visit his Web site at www.kakuro-san.com.

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