MOVIES 300 WORD SEARCH PUZZLES
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Movies: 300 Word Search Puzzles (Volume 2) (Life is Better with Puzzles, 2) Paperback – December 7, 2021
Test your movie trivia knowledge with these 300 word searches! Organized into 50 easy, 225 medium, and 25 difficult puzzles, see how many you can solve correctly.
In addition to the sheer fun and satisfaction of working out puzzles, science has shown that puzzle solving improves cognitive function, memory, and mood. This beautifully designed word search book features:
300 movie-themed word searches providing hours of brain-sharpening entertainment
A range of challenge levels, from easy to difficult
Layflat format that keeps the book open while you solve
6.5” × 9” size, perfect for on-the-go puzzling
Movies: 300 Word Search Puzzles is the perfect gift for the cinephiles in your life, or for yourself, for a star-studded mental workout.
Kick back, relax, and flex your brain with the Life is Better with Puzzles series. The perfect companion for a chill afternoon, a rainy day indoors, or travel downtime, these books of word searches and crosswords will give your mind a good workout as they both teach and entertain you. Covering a range of topics, from history and movies to science and nature, you’ll find a book to match your every interest. With varying levels of difficulties, and keys to all the puzzles, the Life is Better with Puzzles series is the ideal choice for a bit of brainy fun!
Publisher : Chartwell Books (December 7, 2021)
Language : English
Paperback : 352 pages
ISBN-10 : 0785840133
ISBN-13 : 978-0785840138
Item Weight : 1.92 pounds
Dimensions : 6.55 x 1.05 x 9 inches
Marcel Danesi, PhD, is a full professor of linguistic anthropology and the director of the program in semiotics at the University of Toronto. He is also co-director of the CogSci Network of the Fields Institute for Research in Mathematical Sciences. He has written extensively on puzzles, including The Anthropology of Puzzles (Bloomsbury, 2018) and Ahmes’ Legacy: Puzzles and the Mathematical Mind (Springer, 2018). He also writes a puzzle blog for Psychology Today and composes puzzles for various magazines, including Prevention and Reader’s Digest.