The Grabarchuk Family Puzzlebook: 20 Easter Puzzle Quizzes

The Grabarchuk Family Puzzlebook: 20 Easter Puzzle Quizzes 
By The Grabarchuk Family
ebook
Grabarchuk Puzzles; 3 edition (March 18, 2012)
Published by Amazon Digital Services
Ages 8+

This great little 20-puzzle ebook is out in the nick of time – right before Easter! This 20 puzzle color, interactive ebook is fun and challenging! The puzzles all have something to do with Easter, so that makes it EGGstraspecial! The puzzles range from super-hard to pretty-easy and it has all kinds of different puzzles.

I wasn’t real sure how a puzzle book would work on the Kindle, but I thought this book was pretty fun. In fact I think that the fact this puzzlebook is an ebook makes it even cooler. I did think that two of the puzzles didn’t have good directions for them and I wasn’t really sure what I was supposed to be solving until I looked at the answer (I showed them to a friend and she had the same problem). Besides that problem, I thought it was easy to use and the puzzles were fun. I thought it was easy to navigate with the Kindle cursor and choose the answers. Here’s an EGGxample –

The book is for sale on Amazon for only $0.99 (click HERE)! I say, put back that chocolate bunny in addition to that chocolate bunny, this book would be fun in your Easter basket!

Four out of five bookworms for Puzzlebook: 20 Easter Puzzle Quizzes.

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.



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18 replies

  1. Interesting idea for a Kindle book. I never would have thought of something like this. But it’s true puzzles of any kind make me crazy. 🙂 I much prefer word puzzles!

  2. Hey! Great review, Erik! Thanks for including the Pysanka example. That makes the book sound really intriguing. And, as you say, just in time for Easter! It’s also neat that this came out on Kindle. Thanks for the review! 😀

  3. Very fair review. I enjoy puzzles like this. So what is the answer to the example? You can’t leave us hanging. It’s hard to tell since it is small and you can’t turn it. My first guess was C. Great for both kids and adults.

  4. Haven’t seen this one, but I LOVE puzzles! How cool that you can do it on a kindle!

  5. This is a super idea. An unexpected and clever use of Kindle. Looks like its easy to get and fun. I love puzzles, and my daughter is really good at it, so can’t wait to figure them out!
    Thanks for the review, Erik!

    Jo

  6. Oh, I tried to comment earlier, but the iPad (blame technology!) wouldn’t let me. This one is above my son’s age range, but I can’t wait to see what will be available when he gets older.

  7. I love puzzles. Thanks for this EGGstra special review!

  8. I love puzzles, especially word puzzlers. I might buy this, it’s only 99 cents!!!

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