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Harry N. Abrams, May 1, 1999 - Games & Activities - 56 pages
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Welcome to the world of lateral thinking puzzles: mind exercises that encourage cleverness and innovation in problem solving. Johnstone has compiled and illustrated this collection of 25 puzzles, his work is as thought provoking as the puzzles themselves. Are the illustrations clues to the solutions? Perhaps, but does the solution come first?

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User Review  - raizel - LibraryThing

All the answers make sense, but I keep thinking that my different answers should also be right. As long as the author agrees, I'm happy with the book. Read full review


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About the author (1999)

Matthew Johnstone is an Australian author and illustrator. In 2005 he pub;ished I Had a Black Dog an illustrated book on what it is like to suffer from depression and what can be learned from it. This book has been a best seller and is published in over 20 countries. In 2008 he published the sequel Living With a Black Dog, a guide to those who care for people living with depression. This was also a best seller and made the top 10 best selling books in the UKin February 2009. Some of his other titles include Alphabet of the Human Heart: The A to Zen of Life and Quiet the Mind. In 2015 his title The Big Little Book of Resilience: How to Bounce Back from Adversity and Lead a Fulfilling Life made The New Zealand Best Seller List.

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