Puzzlebook Trilogy: 303 Puzzle Quizzes By the Grabarchuk Family

Puzzlebook Trilogy: 303 Puzzle Quizzes (color and interactive!)

Published by Grabarchuk Puzzles; 1 edition (February 28, 2012)

Ages 8+

Sold by Amazon Digital Services

Do you know the answer?

Do you like to challenge your brain? If so, this book is right for you! With a wide variety of puzzles in a fun-to-use format, you’ll spend hours trying to figure all these out! The ebook format is easy to use and understand (and I think it’s pretty neat they could do this on my Kindle). Just move the cursor to click on the right answer. Here’s an example puzzle above – In the “Puzzlebook Trilogy” you get 303 puzzles all together (3 separate books all in one). Pretty cool!

This is the second Grabarchuk puzzle book I reviewed. I reviewed a 20 puzzle, Easter puzzle book (click HERE to read the review) and I liked it so much that I wanted to try more. 🙂 I found that the puzzles in the trilogy ranged from the really easy, to ones I just couldn’t figure out. There is a good mix of difficulty levels in the book. The puzzle book is in color, but my Kindle doesn’t have color and I don’t think that it really made a difference as far as solving the puzzles. I did think a couple of the puzzles had more han one answer and a couple had a bit confusing directions, but it was only a couple out of 303. Overall I thought it was really well done!

Five out of five bookworms!

The Grabarchuk Family had been designing and making puzzles for many years. To learn more about them and their puzzlebooks please visit their website by clicking HERE.

Categories: Age 6-9, Age 9+

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17 replies

  1. These are very cool. Is the answer “equal” ..lol. thanks for sharing Erik!

  2. These puzzlebooks will be a great hit with children and adults alike. I want to do the puzzles. My answer is “equal” also.

  3. What a great book! I love Sudoku and crossword, though I don’t have as much time for them. I just ordered Cooper more Highlights Puzzle Buzz, which he loves. I’ll file this one away for future reference.

  4. Ugh! I’ve got no talent for puzzles at all, and no mechanical abilities beyond putting my bike chain back on when it falls off. I much better at piecing together words. 🙂

  5. I have been making alot of designs using the shapes incorporated in the flower totem pole! This is something I hadn’t thought of – thanks for the inspiration! Yipee!

  6. Great blog. Sounds fascinating!

  7. I LOVE puzzles and anything that challenges my brain, Erik! I know I would enjoy this! Cheers!

  8. Dark blocks. They have one corner more than the Light blocks.


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