Number Puzzle by Sarah Khan
  

Number Puzzle

Written by Sarah Khan

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Packed full of puzzles, this four-book series is guaranteed to bend your brain! Each book features puzzles that explore a different theme from the Beyond Rubik's Cube exhibition: numbers, shapes, patterns and logic. The puzzles become more challenging as the book progresses, ensuring there's a wide range of difficulty levels. A vibrant design ensures the puzzles are visually appealing as well as mentally stimulating.

"Since its global launch in 1980 the Rubik’s Cube has cemented itself firmly as a retro icon, now it really is a glowing example of cool."

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Synopsis

Number Puzzle by Sarah Khan

Number Puzzles will really test the reader's maths skills, including everything from simple number squares to punishing number patterns.

The Magic Cube was invented in 1974 by Hungarian architecture professor Erno Rubik.
After being re‐launched in 1980 as the Rubik's Cube, it sold an estimated 350 million around the world.

To celebrate the 40th anniversary in 2014 of the Rubik cube, there is a special exhibition of the toy puzzle. Titled Beyond Rubik's Cube, it explores the humble beginnings of the cube, showing its first prototypes made out of wood and rubber bands.

The exhibition will travel to the UK and there are a range of books released set to challenge and engage young minds.

The Rubiks brain-busting Puzzle series includes

Beyond the Rubik Cube: Number Puzzle
Beyond the Rubik Cube Pattern Puzzle

And can you complete the entire Rubik's Quest?

Beat the Game
Cube Countdown
The Robot's Revenge

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There are over 40 puzzles of all types, presented with entertaining artwork to make them even more fun

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About the Author

Sarah Khan has been a children's writer and editor for 12 years. After graduating from Cambridge University with a degree in English literature, she worked for Usborne Publishing Ltd., where she created a highly successful series of puzzle books.

The author of a weekly children's puzzle section in The Daily Telegraph, she lives in Cambridge, U.K.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
48 pages
Interest Age: From 7

Author

Sarah Khan
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Publisher

QED Publishing

Publication date

7th July 2014

ISBN

9781781715642

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