Beyond the Cube: Shape Puzzle by Sarah Khan
  

Synopsis

Beyond the Cube: Shape Puzzle by Sarah Khan

To celebrate Rubik's 40th anniversary QED have created a range of engaging puzzle books that will be sure to engage any child. In Shape Puzzles, abstract 2D and 3D shapes studied in maths are explored, as well as shapes that we see in everyday life, such as silhouettes and shadows. The puzzles become more challenging as the book progresses, developing competency whilst also ensuring there's a wide range of difficulty levels. Four exciting books take readers on an engaging adventure into the science and maths beyond the Rubik's Cube. Focusing on four themes, each puzzle book contains over 40 puzzles. The titles in the Beyond the Rubik Cube series are: Logic Puzzle - 978-1-78171-567-3 Shape Puzzle - 978-1-78171-566-6 Number Puzzle - 978-1-78171-564-2 Pattern Puzzle - 978-1-78171-565-9

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

Author

Sarah Khan
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Publisher

QED Publishing
www.qed-publishing.co.uk/

Publication date

8th September 2014

ISBN

9781781715666


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