Synopses & Reviews
Sudoku puzzles for everyone, from novices to masters! At home, while commuting, during lunch hours...people around the world are eagerly working on sudoku puzzles whenever and wherever they can!
Created in the United States, these intriguing conundrums were originally called Number Place puzzles. Their recent rise in popularity began in Japan, where the name translated as sudoku. Here we've indicated the skill level necessary to complete each sudoku book in this series in the same way Japanese karate levels are ranked: by different colored belts. This is the "Green Belt" volume, ideal for anyone who wants to move beyond the easiest puzzles.
It's impossible to complete only one sudoku at a time, because solving them is habit-forming!
With a separate sudoku book for every level, all puzzle lovers can play this wildly popular, incredibly addictive game that's appearing in major newspapers all over! Taking a page from karate--another Japanese art--each title is graded by color: White Belt for easy, Green Belt for medium level, Brown Belt for hard, and Black Belt for the super-tough solvers. And because each book has an amazing 300 puzzles, the fun can go on for hours.
Green Belt grids are still basic—but the word lists have gotten a little trickier, from the advanced-beginner to intermediate solver.
About the Author
Patrick Blindauer's puzzles have been published in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, and Games magazine. His books include: Absolutely Nasty Word Search Puzzles, Level 3, Crossword Word Search, and Easy Breezy Crosswords. Blindauer also appeared in seven episodes of Strangers With Candy and had a line in A Beautiful Mind. He lives in St. Louis after 13 years in New York City, and his website is patrickblindauer.com.