Mazes, Mazes, Mazes

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Jody Taylor
Boyds Mills Press, 1994 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 64 pages
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Here are more than fifty full-color, mind-boggling mazes that are guaranteed to test the wits of young puzzle fanatics. These are among the most humorous and inventive mazes ever created. Featured are incredibly daffy mazes like "Mole Maze" (find the mole's home deep under the ground), "Penguin Maze" (cross the ice floes without taking a chilly dip in the water), and "Hose Hassle" (find the hose connected to the hydrant), among many others. These mazes encourage visual discrimination and develop eye and hand coordination and fine motor skills. Children will find hours of fun working through maze after maze, page after page.

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good book of mazes

User Review  - judu -

My Grandchildren love puzzle books and mazes. They really enjoyed this one as they were a bit more challenging. Read full review

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User Review  - nanamari -

I bought this for a Christmas Gift looks like something my grandson will enjoy working as he loves mazes. Read full review


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