Puzzles are a great way to increase mental flexibility and sharpen problem-solving skills. Plus, they're fun, and that's the main goal of any puzzle.
Fort Worth, TX (PRWEB) April 19, 2011
Terry Stickels, creator of the popular FRAME GAMES puzzles, has released his fifth FRAME GAMES puzzle book.
The Big Book of FRAME GAMES, (Time Home Entertainment Inc., April 2011, in conjunction with USA WEEKEND Magazine), will delight readers of his popular weekly USA WEEKEND Magazine column and turn other puzzle lovers into instant fans. This latest collection of puzzles features 500 FRAME GAMES. Each puzzle represents a famous phrase, song, person, place, or movie in a framed rebus puzzle. For the first time ever, a selection of these FRAME GAMES cleverly uses color where the specific color or colors are part of the solutions, adding to the fun and challenge.
In addition to the color versions, this book contains a variety of new and Classic FRAME GAMES puzzles.
Stickels believes puzzles are a great way to increase mental flexibility and sharpen problem-solving skills. “Plus, they’re fun and that’s the main goal of any puzzle,” says Stickels.
Besides writing FRAME GAMES for USA WEEKEND Magazine (Gannett Company, published in over 600 newspapers nationwide reaching over 52 million readers), his Stickdoku™ puzzles are another popular column feature seen each week in the magazine. Stickels also writes for King Features Syndicate where his Stickelers™ puzzle is published daily in over 200 newspapers worldwide. He has authored or co-authored over 40 puzzle books, including The Big Brain Puzzle Book, (Time Home Entertainment Inc., 2009 in conjunction with the Alzheimer’s Association), which features a variety of 200 easy to challenging puzzles in 12 different categories. Other popular puzzle works include card decks, bookmarks, posters, and calendars. A FRAME GAMES application is available for download for iPhones.
The Big Book of FRAME GAMES is now available at bookstores everywhere and at http://www.amazon.com.
For more information about Terry Stickels and his puzzles, visit http://www.terrystickels.com.