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Tom Tinker's Puzzles - Book
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Tom Tinker's Puzzles - Book

ObjectSolve the riddles that are featured in the pictures.
BrandSam Loyd
TypePaper Puzzles
Dimensions21 cm x 14.7 cm x 0.3 cm / 8.3 in x 5.8 in x 0.1 in

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Tom Tinker’s Puzzles are ideal for those who enjoy a real challenge.  Written from original puzzles designed by Sam Loyd.  For almost half a century, until his death in 1911, Sam Loyd was the undisputed puzzle king of the United States. He created thousands of puzzles including math, word play and cut-out shape puzzles that entertained people of all ages.

Sam Loyd’s puzzle career began in 1868, when he published his first puzzle card, The Pony Puzzle. This was followed by a succession of cards including the Famous Trick Donkeys, and the Get Off The Earth puzzle mystery. In 1896, he published his first puzzle column in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. He then went on to publish further columns in many leading newspapers and magazines during his lifetime.

Each puzzle in this book features a drawing, along with a line of text, that may look easy to solve, but it won’t take you long, before you discover that looks can be deceiving.  Your job is to discover which two items best represent the image.

With over 50 puzzles, each one is ideal to work out on your own, or get your friends and family together and see who will solve them the fastest.

60 pages. Answers are included at the back of the book.

Designed in the USA and printed in Australia.

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