Super Shape Word Search by Patrick Blindauer
  

Synopsis

Super Shape Word Search by Patrick Blindauer

Aimed at children aged 7-11, here's the super new shape of things to come! Farewell, standard square: in these word searches both the grids and the words inside form great shapes - including letters, numbers and even objects such as stars, boots and music notes. Every one is different! The grid that looks like an 'A' has a list of words that make the shapes of 'A's within the grid. It's loads of fun.

About the Author

Patrick Blindauer has been published in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and The Washington Post among others. His other books include CLUE Sudoku.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
96 pages
Interest Age: 7-11

Author

Patrick Blindauer
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Publisher

Sterling Juvenile

Publication date

2nd September 2010

ISBN

9781402769078


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