Every word counts! An essential resource for all Scrabble players. This major new edition of Collins Scrabble Dictionary is fully updated to include all the words of up to nine letters in the latest official Scrabble word list, and allows players to settle disputes over the eligibility of words. This book includes all play... read more
|Author:||Patricia Thompson & Betty Maloney|
This companion contains a cross-file reference to over 120 hands. The hands are illustrated in colour and identified by following flip-top headings on each page. Each hand also contains a full synopsis. First published 1997.
Coder-Cracker is looked forward to every day by it's legions of fans throughout New Zealand who enjoy this challenging but satisfying word puzzle.
Contains 125 puzzles. Code-Cracker is compiled by Simon Shuker, a Wellington, New Zealand resident, and is a hugely popular addictive puzzle enjoyed in many daily newspapers throughout New Zealand. The puzzles provide a sometimes tough but enjoyable challenge with great solver satisfaction. The puzzle originated when Britain'... read more
Another 125 Code-Cracker puzzles in the fifth volume of the puzzle series that is enjoyed daily in newspapers from Whangarei to Invercargill, including the Otago Daily Times, Dominion Post and New Zealand Herald.
Volume Eight of New Zealand's most popular word puzzle returns with another 125 Code-Cracker puzzles to solve. Enjoyed daily in newspapers from Whangarei to Invercargill, including the Otago Daily Times, Dominion Post and New Zealand Herald, Simon Shuker's Code-Cracker has a legion of devoted fans.
Until now, a comprehensive book on Chinese mahjong for English-speaking readers did not exist. Finally, The Book of Mahjong meets that long-sought need, as author Amy Lo, in consultation with many master players of different forms of mahjong, offers the most complete mahjong guide ever. It includes: * Over 160 full-color inst... read more
The ninth volume of Simon Shuker's Code-Cracker: the puzzle series that is enjoyed daily in newspapers from Whangarei to Invercargill, including the Otago Daily Times, Dominion Post and New Zealand Herald.
Here in one volume are Hugh Kelsey's four outstanding books on squeeze play - SIMPLE SQUEEZES, STRIP-SQUEEZES, DOUBLE SQUEEZES and TRIPLE SQUEEZES. Each title is complete in itself and by the time the fourth book has been mastered, a formidable amount of knowledge will have been acquired. All aspiring players wanting to advan... read more
The Times Crossword is the most famous in the world. Test your wordpower with this classic collection of 80 cryptic puzzles compiled by the Editor of The Times Crossword. The sixteenth book in this excellent series continues the tradition of providing authoritative, challenging crosswords which offer an enjoyable and stimulat... read more
This supremely challenging cryptic collection contains 50 jumbo-sized puzzles, conceived to really challenge your word skills. Selected by The Times' Crossword Editor, Richard Browne, this original collection will challenge even the most experienced crossword buff. The ultimate and only jumbo cryptic crosswords available, the... read more
|Author:||The Puzzle Society|
Our 15th Pocket Posh(r) Sudoku collection is having its 15 minutes with an offering of 100 addictive Sudoku puzzles in three levels of difficulty. Pocket Posh Sudoku 15 is perfect for puzzlers looking for a quick and engaging puzzle to complete. This portable package is part of a best-selling series featuring highly stylized,... read more
For complete beginners, this guide to playing Mah Jong introduces each phase of play with a clear explanation and step-by-step illustrations. Scoring is set out simply, with illustrations of scoring for specific hands.
Another 125 Code-Cracker puzzles in the sixth volume of the puzzle series that is enjoyed daily in newspapers from Whangarei to Invercargill, including the Otago Daily Times, Dominion Post and New Zealand Herald.
Following the success of the first Code-Cracker book (it was so popular it reached the national Top Ten bestseller lists in 2004), I've had many requests for another volume - so here it is: Code-Cracker Volume Two with another 125 puzzles to keep you entertained over the warm summer months. Have fun!
Try a couple of int... read more
Always wanted to play chess but haven't much time to learn? This dinky little book will show you how - in just 10 minutes.
Covers all the pieces and how they move, plus simple tips and tricks. Informative chessboard diagrams and quirky illustrations help the information stick.
Most people think chess is a diffi... read more
The Puzzler's Dilemma explores the world of classic logic puzzles, and tells the amazing stories behind them, from the Lighthouse of Alexandria to code-breaking with the Enigma machine. Here are brain teasers that even maths whizzes have never seen explained by a mind as nimble and playful as Derrick Niederman's, the author... read more
Don't know your isosceles from your equilateral? Forgotten what actually happened in 1066? Perplexed by past participles? Bewildered already? Fret no longer. Swot up with "Homework for Grown-Ups" - a brilliantly informative and entertaining book of old-school knowledge for adults. It covers everything from algebra and prime n... read more
|Author:||The Puzzle Society|
Pocket Posh(R) Crosswords 5 features a chicly styled cover making it a smart, sophisticated accessory that goes with anything. Packaged in a handy size, it fits nicely into a purse or bag. Pocket Posh(R) Crosswords 5 contains 75 entertaining and solvable puzzles. With more than 1.5 million copies in print, the Pocket Posh(R) ... read more
So you finish every sudoku and sudoku variation you try, and you think you're a master who can conquer any puzzle. Well, consider this collection a challenge! These 110 puzzles are so tough that you'll be tearing your hair out . . . while you're also having a great time giving your brain the best workout ever.