LIM-R-IDDLES REVISITED – Fast, Effective and Fun!
157 brain teasing, laugh provoking scrambled word limericks
to challenge readers of all ages
If you enjoy puzzles, limerick poetry, words and delightful illustrations LIM-R-iDDLESREVISITED is a book you must have. Millions of readers looked forward to working these scrambled word, limerick puzzles when it was a nationally syndicated newspaper feature that ran in hundreds of papers all over the country, then reprinted in two books by the Essanadess division of Simon and Schuster.
Now it's been updated and available in a technology friendly form for eBook readers. It's also available as a CD, a computer download and in print. What an enjoyable way to spend a few minutes tickling your own funny-bone with the bonus of building your vocabulary and knowledge of words- no matter your age!
LIM-R-IDDLES REVISITED offers a different sort of challenge than the usual crossword puzzles, scrabble, word searches, codewords, word fit, sequences or number puzzles. No matter what sort of puzzle fan you may be these are not only unique, but because of the eye-catching art in each one, you'll look forward to each new puzzle. They are fast and great fun to do, even when you have just a few spare minutes to devote to a bit of worthwhile recreation.
For home-schoolers and those in public schools, too, it's the perfect way to entice kids of all ages to look forward to a break from the usual dreaded word, spelling and dictionary drills that are so important in building language skills. They'll laugh at the limericks, the puns and the enticing pictures that give a visual clue to the puzzle. LIM-R-IDDLES are no strangers to classroom situations because they were used by many teachers as part of the popular Newspapers in the Classroom offered and promoted in many cities by local newspapers as an adjunct to the usual curricula.
For seniors with AZ or dementia symptoms, in group situations or individually, the puzzles provide recreation and stimulation - the kind of “brain exercise” specialists in these disciplines recommend.
The original syndicated newspaper feature was conceived by award winning writer, cartoonist and podcaster Dick Harrison and co-authored by the late Albert Adler.
You'll fall in love with LIM-R-iDDLES REVISITED because it will delight the entire family.
Here's a sample, but without the delightful illustration you'll see in the book:
Noah was wiser but DASRED
'Cause two snakes were last up the RALDED
As hard as they DRITE
They ne'er LIMTULDIEP
Since one of the snakes was an RADED