Brain Puzzles: Puzzle Cards by Sarah Khan
  

Brain Puzzles: Puzzle Cards

Written by Sarah Khan
Illustrated by
Part of the Activity and Puzzle Cards Series

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Synopsis

Brain Puzzles: Puzzle Cards by Sarah Khan

This is a pack of colourfully illustrated cards bursting with puzzles that will put children and adult's brainpower to the test. Each brain-teasing puzzle sorts out the brainiacs from the bozos by testing their observation, memory, arithmetic and logic skills. The cards are wipe clean and the pack includes a special pen, making the pack entirely self contained, easily portable and a great gift.

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

Novelty book
50 pages

Author

Sarah Khan
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Publisher

Usborne Publishing Ltd

Publication date

28th January 2011

ISBN

9781409524236


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