THE MAMMOTH BOOK OF LOGICAL BRAIN GAMES

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The Mammoth Book Of Logical Brain Games

Author : Gareth Moore
ISBN : 0762459840
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The Mammoth Book of Logical Puzzle Mazes is filled to the brim with over 450 loop-finding, path-placing, and brain-teasing mazes. It is perfect for improving your memory and sharpening your mind.
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The Mammoth Book Of Brain Games

Author : Gareth Moore
ISBN : 9781472111876
Genre : Games
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A fun programme - featuring logic, observation, number and word puzzles, in categories such as reasoning, concentration and speed - that will help to build new brain skills in just a few minutes each day. At the end of each week, a 're-thinking' page features a range of suggestions and ideas to help improve your memory and unleash your creativity, challenging you to make better use of your brain in your daily life. An exceptionally wide range of content - 78 entirely different types of puzzle, none of which repeats within a quarter of a year - provides the novelty that helps a brain to thrive, while puzzles of the same type are carefully arranged in order of increasing difficulty through the book. A scoring system helps to keep you motivated as you improve week by week, with the final page of each week's puzzles offering you the chance to calculate your brain rank as another way to keep pushing yourself. Praise for The Mammoth Book of Fun Brain Training: 'The puzzles are fresh and lively' - Will Shortz
Category: Games

The Mammoth Book Of Brain Teasers

Author : Terry Stickels
ISBN : 1845298608
Genre : Puzzles
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A three-tiered collection of 400 new original puzzles, simply divided into easy, medium and difficult - a simple structure for a brilliant new book by one of the world's leading puzzlemasters. Ranging from basic brain-teasers to baffling brain-tormenters, these unputdownable puzzles include wordplay, logic problems, math conundrums and visual/spatial challenges. Figure out the next number in a series, find hidden phrases, or simply determine what a three-dimensional object would look like from two-dimensional drawings ... All require concentration, but none demand any advanced degree or obscure knowledge - just a little patience, practice, and imagination. It's the perfect collection for long car trips, airport layovers and morning coffee breaks.
Category: Puzzles

The Mammoth Book Of Fun Brain Training

Author : Gareth Moore
ISBN : 9781472111838
Genre : Games & Activities
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New from the bestselling Dr Gareth Moore, in full colour throughout, the truly fun way to a fitter brain. The ebook edition has been specially modified to make all the puzzles work on screen. Traditional brain-training programmes tend to include a range of tasks which few of us would classify as 'fun', such as completing sheets of maths equations or remembering long lists of objects. Whilst these can certainly help to improve brain function, most of us would avoid such exercises so would not benefit from them. The Mammoth Book of Fun Brain-Training changes all that with an approach centred on fun, which nevertheless improves memory, logic and reasoning, visual and spatial awareness, word and language skills and maths skills. It contains nothing which smacks of 'school work'. Instead there are 'challenge' puzzles, often with a twist, which are both more entertaining and more effective from a brain-training point of view in that they call on multiple skills concurrently.
Category: Games & Activities

The Mammoth Book Of Quick Puzzles

Author : N. Haselbauer
ISBN : 1849010595
Genre : Puzzles
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A brilliant, new collection of quick brain teasers offering satisfaction in moments! This giant volume offers hundreds of original new puzzles ranging from easy maths and logic problems to word games, sudoku, mazes, and illusions. All the puzzles are easy to understand, straightforward to solve, and designed to offer beneficial mental stimulation, not give you a headache! A handy puzzle collection to keep with you at all times - while travelling, or commuting, or even just standing in a queue.
Category: Puzzles

The Mammoth Book Of Brain Workouts

Author : Gareth Moore
ISBN : 1845298055
Genre : Logic puzzles
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A brilliant new collection of over 400 original new brain puzzles, in the fashionable 'mind gym' style. This all-new volume offers a structured programme to stimulate and re-activate the different parts of your brain. It contains over 400 activities, puzzles and tests, ranging from speed maths and word memorization to logic tests and verbal reasoning exercises. They become increasingly difficult as you progress, following a cumulative scoring system, though most can be solved mentally in a few minutes. A helpful introduction describes in simple and accessible terms how the different parts of the brain work, and explains how each can be stimulated on a daily basis in different ways. The book is divided into 31 daily workouts, with over a dozen puzzles a day, providing a month's supply of exercises to keep your mind supple and in shape. Each daily workout contains a specially formulated mixture of puzzles designed to improve your problem solving, to boost your creativity, to improve your concentration, to improve your memory, and to boost your mind power. This is the essential programme of puzzles for anyone who has ever walked into a room and forgotten why they are there - in the tradition of the bestselling Dr Kawashima's Train Your Brain, and Nintendo's 'How Old Is Your Brain?' mental agility training computer game
Category: Logic puzzles

Logical Brain Games

Author : Gareth Moore
ISBN : 1472120310
Genre : Games & Activities
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From Dr Gareth Moore, the bestselling author of over 35 puzzle books, comes the world's most comprehensive collection of logical puzzles, covering all major types. It has everything from Sudoku and Kakuro through to Hanjie and Slitherlink, plus a whole lot more besides such as Tapa, Fences, Yajilin, Nurikabe, Fillomino and many, many others. All of the puzzles use pure logic, requiring no language or cultural knowledge to solve, so the book is suitable for everyone. Fun and addictive, these puzzles offer a fantastic mental workout. Each of the more than 60 types of puzzle is presented with full instructions in seven carefully graded difficulty levels, from Beginner right through to Master, so whatever your experience you'll find the perfect challenge.
Category: Games & Activities

Mammoth Book Of The World Cup

Author : Nick Holt
ISBN : 9781472110510
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 25.75 MB
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An all-encompassing, chronological guide to football's World Cup, one of the world's few truly international events, in good time for the June 2018 kick-off in Russia. From its beginnings in 1930 to the modern all-singing, all-dancing self-styled 'greatest show on Earth', every tournament is covered with features on major stars and great games, as well as stories about some less celebrated names and quirky stats and intriguing essays. Holt's focus is very much on what takes place on the field, rather than how football is a mirror for economic corruption, or how a nation's style of play represents a profound statement about its people, or how a passion for football can lift underpaid, socially marginalised people out of poverty. From the best World Cups, in 1958 and 1970, to the worst, in 1962 and 2010, he looks behind the facts and the technical observations to the stories: the mysterious sins of omission; critical injuries to key players; and coaching U-turns. He explains how England's World Cup achievements under Sven-Göran Eriksson, far from being a national disgrace, were actually quite impressive, and looks at why Alf Ramsey didn't take Bobby Charlton off in 1970, but this is no parochial, jingoistic account. The book also asks why Brazil did not contribute in 1966, despite having won the previous two tournaments and going on to win the next one? Why the greatest players of their day did not always shine at the World Cup - George Best and Alfredo Di Stefano, for example, never even made it to the Finals. Why did Johann Cruyff not go to the 1978 World Cup? And why did one of Germany's greatest players never play in the World Cup? There are lots of tables, some filled with obvious, but necessary information, but others with more quirky observations. Alongside accounts of epic games, there are also brief biographies of all the great heroes of the World Cup.
Category: Sports & Recreation

The Penguin Book Of Puzzles

Author : Gareth Moore
ISBN : 9780718188610
Genre : Games & Activities
File Size : 56.5 MB
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For the puzzle fanatic. A collection of challenges from throughout history, featuring some of the greatest ever puzzle masters . . . -------------------------- A Sumerian Riddle (circa 18th Century) There is a house. The blind enter it and then come out seeing. What is that house? -------------------------- A Charade I have wings, yet never fly - I have sails, yet never go - I cant keep still, if I try, Yet forever stand just so. -------------------------- From the riddles of the ancients to puzzles that perplex the greatest minds of today, The Penguin Book of Puzzles is a glorious compendium of conundrums from throughout history. These challenges will require all the reader's wits to solve, but range from the easy to the brain-bending and are suitable for novice and veteran puzzlers alike. There is something here to suit every taste, including crosswords, mathematical challenges, word games and logic conundrums, but also some intriguing types of puzzles that have been unearthed from centuries gone by. Timeless and entertaining, there are hours of fun waiting in this miscellany of puzzlement.
Category: Games & Activities

The Mammoth Book Of Best New Sf 29

Author : Gardner Dozois
ISBN : 9781472137692
Genre : Fiction
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For well over a quarter of a century, Gardner Dozois has been defining the field with his annual selection of the very best of recently published science fiction. Every year he showcases truly exceptional contemporary writing, both by undisputed masters of the genre and outstanding up-and-coming writers. Comprising thirty-three fantastic stories by authors of the calibre of Paolo Bacigalupi, James S. A. Corey, Ann Leckie, Paul McAuley and Ian McDonald, and including, as ever, Dozois' illuminating summation of the year in science fiction and his extensive recommended reading guide, this year's collection is better than ever. Voted Year's Best Anthology by the readers of Locus magazine an unparalleled eighteen times, Dozois's annual selection has become the definitive must-read anthology for both devoted sci-fi fans and newcomers to SF.
Category: Fiction