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Secrets of the Maze
Presents fifty mazes and includes a maze simulator to allow the reader to experience being in a maze.
Hardcover, 96 pages
Published December 31st 1998 by Barron's Educational Series
(first published October 1997)
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All I could think of was The Shining. Each maze, I just kept picturing drunk and homicidal Jack Nicholson doing his best impression of Jack Nicholson drunk and homicidal. Running after "Danny Boy," axe gripped tightly against chest. I suppose it's a pretty book. I paid ninety-nine cents for it at the Volunteers of America store down the street. The hot five-foot hootchie from Cali got fired so the store is a lot less exciting these days. I like the spectacle of hootchiness. They took Princess's ...more
My dear friend Nanette gave me this book as a holiday gift and....all I can say is... VERY COOL! Who knew that the Children's Museum of New Orleans has a Maze but what an idea! I wonder ig Port Discovery's Urban Treehouse could be considered a maze of sorts. HUMMMMMMM...................
distinguished the diff between labyrinths and mazes; nice photos and corresponding drawings of a wide variety of mazes all over the world; an answer to key to find your way through; tips for designing mazes on paper, but not much info on actually building them