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Bathroom Readers #1: Uncle John's Bathroom Reader Puzzle Book #1
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A book of easy, fun-filled puzzles overflowing with trivia drawn from Uncle John Bathroom Readers. There will be a variety of all of the most popular types of puzzles with 40% easy, 40% medium difficulty, and 20% extra challenging with all puzzles ranked by difficulty. Uncle Johns trademark footers will include extra short puzzles with a question on the left and an answer on the right, along with some fun puzzle trivia footers.
Stephanie Spadaccini's puzzles have appeared in The New York Times, People, Modern Maturity, and many other publications. Fully illustrated, this fun book of puzzles she edited is overflowing with nuggets from selected volumes of Uncle Johns Bathroom Reader. Ranked by difficulty (one flush = easy, two flushes = hard), these puzzles encompass every style, from crosswords and seek-a-words to cryptograms, word games, and scramblers — all calculated to help puzzlers with time on their hands wipe away the hours.
Overflowing with nuggets from selected volumes of "Uncle John's Bathroom Reader, " this fun book of puzzles encompasses every style, from crosswords and seek-a-word to word games and scramblers. Illustrations.
About the Author
Stephanie Spadaccini has been a crossword puzzle constructor for 30 years. Her puzzles have appeared in Modern Maturity, People magazine, The New York Times, Simon & Schuster Crossword books, the Wall Street Journal, InStyle magazine, and a score of other publications. She is well known in the field and counts the top puzzle editors and constructors among her friends—Will Shortz of the New York Times among them. Stephanie was GAMES Magazines' reigning trivia quiz queen for the eight years she worked there. She has written for numerous TV game shows, including Jeopardy!, Who Wants to Be a Millionaire, Think Twice, College Bowl, and High Rollers. Stephanie started editing crossword puzzles and writing trivia quizzes at GAMES Magazine in the early 1980s. Later, as the magazine's managing editor, she had the typical responsibilities of managing staff; evaluating ideas for features, puzzles, quizzes, and contests; working with authors and agents on acquisition and editing; and making sure that deadlines and time schedules were met. And she wrote and/or edited all feature trivia quizzes.
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