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Sit & Solve® Lateral Thinking Puzzles

3.5  ·  Rating Details ·  4 Ratings  ·  1 Review
Books for the smallest room in the house... That generate BIG sales It's clear--people everywhere are sitting and solving! That's why more than 110,000 copies of this amazing series have nearly jumped out of stores. With their amusing shape, great content, and popular price, these compilations are a must-have on every puzzler's shelf. And the quality of the problems, ...more
Paperback, 96 pages
Published August 1st 2003 by Sterling (first published March 1st 2002)
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Dec 28, 2008 Morgan rated it it was ok
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Another Books Through Bars freebie, shaped like a toilet seat and marketed for the lone puzzler, which, for me, is the opposite of how I like to solve lateral thinking puzzles—they're much more fun and engaging to do in a group-think, my personal favorite being "The 27th Sunrise." Tis book's puzzles are far simpler than that. I got the first fe right away, then checked the answer page and realized that my answers were different than those listed. See if you can get both my answer and the book's ...more
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Paul Sloane read Engineering at Trinity Hall Cambridge. He came top of Sales School at IBM, became MD of Ashton-Tate UK, VP International for MathSoft and CEO of Monactive. He now writes, speaks and gives workshops on lateral thinking in business, creativity, innovation and leadership. He is married and lives in Camberley in Surrey. He has three grown-up daughters. He is a keen chess and tennis ...more
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