One-Minute Mysteries and Brain Teasers: Good Clean Puzzles for Kids of All Ages

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Harvest House Publishers, Sep 1, 2007 - Games - 176 pages
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Readers of all ages will be astonished and stumped by these interactive mysteries. In brief paragraphs and black-and-white illustrations, award-winning author Sandy Silverthorne and John Warner present 100 puzzles, each with a logical "aha" answer...that may require thinking outside the box. Clues and answers are included in separate sections. Rex is surprised when the phone rings. He answers it and writes down a message. He doesn't know the person who called or the person being called. He will never meet them. What is going on?" " Clue: " Rex was working Clue: "He was in a public place Clue: "It wasn't his personal phone " Answer: " Rex works for the phone company. He'd just finished repairing a pay phone and it rang. The caller explained her friend was supposed to be there. Rex wrote down the message and left it for the friend to find. Hours of wholesome entertainment is practically guaranteed!

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this book is a awsome book because its really intreasting beacause at the end of each page they leave you with a question and its
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A break from the computer!

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Gift for my grandson. Fun ties away from computer games. Read full review

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About the author (2007)

Sandy Silverthorne is the illustrator of The Great Bible Adventure, which was chosen a silver honor book in the C.S. Lewis children's book awards, The All-Time Awesome Bible Search, and In Search of Righteous Radicals. He has a degree in drama from San Diego State and lives with his wife and daughter in Oregon.

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