by William Armstrong
15 Jun 2013
Puzzles to Keep Your Mind Young and Agile
About the Book
Reasons to Buy Brain Trainer
Puzzles to Keep Your Mind Young and Agile
- Mothers' Day is just around the corner. Moms love puzzles; after all, they marry dads.
- A great gift for grads. No student loans necessary.
- Send a copy in your next CARE package to someone in the armed services.
- A thoughtful gift for your teacher. Apples are so cliche.
- Fathers' Day gifts are usually ties; this year let's go for the WIN!
- A fun pastime on the longest day of the year.
- Something to read by flashlight after 'lights out' at summer camp.
- Great airline reading, but not to be used as a flotation device.
- Autographed first editions of books sometimes become extremely valuable.
- If your business has a waiting room, it's great reading when someone else has the Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition.
- Get your Christmas shopping done now and avoid the rush.
- You can read the book in bright sunlight (around the pool, for example).
- Teachers can always use help to stimulate students' thinking.
- No home should be without one. In 1998, every home with termite damage failed to have a copy.
- A great way to prepare for the sequel, Perplexercises.
- Learn tips and secrets for solving those seasonal corn mazes.
- Carrying the book makes you look more intellectual.
- A Terrific Gift for any Puzzle Fan
- Ample margins allow you to write comments like "Terrific!" and "Brilliant!"
- A great Christmas stocking stuffer (for fairly large stockings only).
- A sharp mind helps us enjoy life.
- Give thanks that you have a clear, clever mind.
- All the pictures in the book make it worth about 200,000 words.
- Gift giving made easy.
- Keep your brain warm on those winter nights.
- Make a resolution to exercise your brain.
- Good puzzle solvers score higher on IQ and SAT tests.
- Don't like math? There are seven other chapters to enjoy.
- The puzzle fans in your life constantly need new challenges.
- The riddle chapter alone is worth the price of the book.
- A Valentine puzzle and a George Washington puzzle make for a perfect February.
- Buy a copy for your local library. Raise your community's puzzle IQ.
- Aren't you curious how I could have seven tips for solving word search puzzles?
- Most of the "children's puzzles" are tough enough for adults to enjoy.
- Short, humorous stories begin each chapter.
- Learning tips and secrets builds your confidence.
- Learn the puzzle masters' secret handshake. April Fool! No handshake.
- Tremendous variety - something for everyone.
- Solving a difficult puzzle is an exhilarating experience.
- There are about as many pictures as there are pages.
- Keeping brain cells active keeps you sharp and young.
- Puzzles like Mom would create (if she were a puzzle expert with a sadistic streak).
- Balance it on your head. Use it to practice your posture.
- A terrific graduation gift.
- You'll appreciate the step-by-step answers and explanations.
- Someone you know would love this book.
- Take the book on summer vacation.
- Solve puzzles that have caused you trouble in the past.
- The challenger puzzles will knock your socks off!
- Buy American - even if you're Canadian.
- Summer days are longer - more time to solve.
- Exercise your brain, but don't forget to stay hydrated.
- When it's too hot to work out, exercise your mind.
- When the Olympic TV coverage gets slow, do puzzles.
- The book has some 'gold medal' challenges.
- Keep using your brain and avoid future atrophy.
- Politics are for arguing; puzzles are for solving.
- Solution techniques can be used in everyday tasks.
- Have a great Labor Day solving puzzles.
- Right thinking helps you make healthy decisions.
- Your brain needs a wide variety of puzzles.
- Work puzzles as you mute campaign commercials.
- Don't let someone stump you with a puzzle.
- Discover America in some of these interesting puzzles.
- Learn how to work puzzles that seemed way too hard in the past.
- Order the book before the new politicians raise taxes.
- This book is so good it's scary.
- Leaves may be falling but your IQ is rising.
- A great gift for the puzzler solver in your life.
- Give thanks that you have a brilliant mind.
- Get it before the Mayan calendar ends!
- It's not like any other puzzle book.
- Just for the fun of it.
- Wouldn't you rather have puzzles than fruitcake?
- Hours of solving fun when winter sets in.
- Make a resolution to improve your mind.
- The wide variety of puzzle genres.
- Relax by a cozy fire and feed your brain.
- We would like to sell more books.
- Work puzzles between Super Bowl commercials.
- The groundhog recommends six more weeks of puzzles.
- You get a tremendous rush when you solve a good puzzle.
- Confound your friends with favorites from the book.
- Learning how to approach a puzzle is the key to solving it.
- A great gift for someone who is retired.
- A terrific book to read on the commode, too.
- You may need the luck of the Irish to solve some of these puzzles.
- Taxes are taxing, but puzzles are puzzling.
- The puzzle variety is terrific.
- Your tax refund should easily cover the cost.
- Brain cells want fun exercise.
- Becoming a better puzzle solver makes puzzles more fun.
- Go from 'vex your brain' to 'flex your brain'.
- Go from dumbfound to smart-found.
- No more hit-or-mystify puzzles with this work-it-out workout.
- To keep your brain young and agile.
- A well-designed puzzle is a thing of beauty.
- Bafflexing your brain can be fun.
- Escape from the daily grind with puzzles.
No more need to say,
"Where did they get that answer?" or
"How did they expect me to figure that out?"
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