Ninety-Second Brainteasers: Mensa

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Sterling Publishing Company, Incorporated, 2003 - Games - 96 pages
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If you've got a mere minute-and-a-half, these thematic puzzles will really rev up your mental motor and get your brain going. Five fascinating categories await you--all tested by a Mensa panel, so you can compare your results with people who have IQs in the top 2% of the population. See how you do on "Quick Word Puzzles"; "Something in Common," where seemingly unrelated words share a thematic connection; "In the Store"; "Hidden Places"; and "Name Games." ("Name Games" is kid-friendly, so invite smart youngsters to join the fun.) Give this quickie from "Toy Store Words" a try: you have to fill in the blank with a word associated with a toy store that makes sense. Hint: the answer is an aural pun that SOUNDS right, but the SPELLING is playful.

When a seal is a ______ is still very young.

Have fun!

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Stillson is an consultant who creates puzzles for the Los Angeles and national newsletters of American Mensa.

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