The Big Book of Brain Games is sure to become one of the great puzzle books. I have been interested in puzzles for many years and have a collection of over 350 “puzzle books” I have no hesitation in ranking this book right up there with “Cyclopedia of Puzzles” by Sam Loyd, “The Moscow Puzzles” by Boris Kordemsky” and “536 Puzzles & Curious Problems” by H.E.Dudeney. Each in it’s own way; Loyd’s was an innovation and a classic in it’s time, Dudeney’s and Kordemsky’s were very traditional with great variety. Moscovich gives [Read More...]
Whenever you see Jerry Slocum and any of his associates, in this case Dic Sonneveld, involved in something; you can count on it being First Class. This new book, The 15 Puzzle book, is simply delightful for any puzzle lover. They take one of the most common of all puzzles, The 15 Puzzle, and show that it has a background that arguably makes it the most popular puzzle craze of all time. The book is a great read, filled with everything about the puzzle; from its creation, and how it took the whole world by storm. Much of [Read More...]
There are literally hundreds of books on Magic; but you would be hard pressed to find a better one; whether you are looking for someone who is 10 or 12 years old, or any adult who always thought it would be cool to do some Magic Tricks. Amazing Magic Tricks book is excellently constructed, with hard covers, a spiral metal binding (ideal for laying out flat) high quality paper and printing. It also profusely illustrated with colored photographs and drawings and 128 pages. And all that for the price of a cheap paperback novel. Then [Read More...]
As a lifelong lover of puzzles; I would like to suggest who would like Fabulous Fun With Puzzles book. Generally, it is a basic puzzle book giving a brief selection of popular types of puzzles. Anyone who has spent time with puzzles, will be familiar with many of the 400 puzzles in this book; as many of them have appeared in many books. I had never come across the two books by Leeming, even though I have somewhere around 600 “puzzle books”; nor have I even come across his name. Maybe they [Read More...]
Jerry Slocum and Dieter Gebhardt have teamed up to produce a book on Anchor puzzles that have entertained and challenged millions of people who love puzzles. They have spent several decades and travelled countless miles, met with everyone they could find to piece together the complete history of these puzzles. From their earliest appearance in 1890, these puzzles have a history that is unimaginable , that is until you see what the research and lifelong efforts of these two world famous Puzzlers have learned and put together to produce in this book. It’s hard to [Read More...]
Whenever you see Jerry Slocum and any of his associates,in this case Dic Sonneveld,involved in something; you can count on it being First Class.
This new book is simply delightful for any puzzle lover. They take one of the most common of all puzzles,The 15 Puzzle,and show that it has a background that arguably makes it the most popular puzzle craze of all time.
The book is a great read,filled with everything about the puzzle; from its creation,and how it took the whole world by storm. Much of what the book covers is unknown [Read More...]
The reproducible pages include valuable resources for piano teachers and music teachers alike.
The worksheets, puzzles and games are created in 5 levels from beginning to intermediate. Over 80 pages of worksheets on note-spelling, rhythm, chords, key signatures, Sudoku games, crossword puzzles, practice charts and more! All pages are perforated for ease in copying.
Perfect for group or private instruction, teachers will appreciate the wide variety of activities and well-graded worksheets that can be used over and over again.
Buy Piano Teacher’s Resource Kit – Reproducible Worksheets, Games, Puzzles – Book at Amazon. Happy Puzzling!