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Large Print Word Search Puzzles 5: Volume 4 (Spiral)
Search for the words . . . without struggling to see the letters Because word searches should tax your mind, not your eyes, this fifth book in our popular series gives solvers more of these large-print puzzles to enjoy. Created by John Chaneski and Mark Danna, all the word searches here use big type for both the letters in the searches and on the word lists, so you can see what you've been missing. If you still can't solve the puzzle, it won't be because you couldn't read it.
About the Author
John Chaneski can be heard on public radio stations across the country as a "puzzle guy" on the show A Way With Words (waywordradio.org). For nearly 30 years he has created puzzles and games for magazines such as Games and Time Out New York; periodicals such as Parade and Nickelodeon's GAS; and websites such as CNN.com, ABC.com, and Wordnik.com. He spent two years writing questions (and answers) for the TV game show Who Wants to Be a Millionaire. He lives in Brooklyn, NY. Mark Danna's credits include more than two dozen word search books; over 100 crosswords in venues such as The New York Times; and, as coauthor, seven annual editions of Mensa's page-a-day Brain Puzzlers calendar. Since 1991, he has penned the clued-rhymes puzzle Wordy Gurdy under the alias Tricky Ricky Kane for an international newspaper syndicate. Danna currently serves as assistant to the puzzle editor of The Wall Street Journal. He lives in the Bronx, NY.