This prime package of mysterious pictures contains plenty of rebus puzzles. Just to tweak your memory, a rebus is a combination of pictures, letters, and words that often sound like other words but have different meanings and are connected by plus signs. When deciphered, the mysterious symbols form a... read more
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This prime package of mysterious pictures contains plenty of rebus puzzles. Just to tweak your memory, a rebus is a combination of pictures, letters, and words that often sound like other words but have different meanings and are connected by plus signs. When deciphered, the mysterious symbols form a popular phrase, a familiar name, or a common object. These clever riddles will have you puzzling over images of a dotted lion, the U.S. Mint, a panda chomping on money, and 43 other perplexing graphics. The brainchild of Norm Blumenthal -- producer of TV's classic game show "Concentration" -- this collection of challenging conundrums is great for sharpening thinking skills among older kids and adults. Answers and hints appear at the end of the book for the totally mystified.
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