Difficult Riddles For Smart Kids: 300 Difficult Riddles And Brain Teasers Families Will Love (Books for Smart Kids)

November 16, 2019 - Comment

Brain Teasers for Kids – Riddles for the Whole Family “The mind once stretched by a new idea, never returns to its original dimensions.” Ralph Waldo Emerson This kids book is a collection of 300 brain teasing riddles and puzzles. Their purpose is to make children think and stretch their minds. They are designed to

Brain Teasers for Kids – Riddles for the Whole Family

“The mind once stretched by a new idea, never returns to its original dimensions.” Ralph Waldo Emerson

This kids book is a collection of 300 brain teasing riddles and puzzles. Their purpose is to make children think and stretch their minds. They are designed to test logic, lateral thinking as well as memory and to engage the brain in seeing patterns and connections between different things and circumstances.

They are laid out in three chapters which get more difficult as you go through the book, in the author’s opinion at least. The answers are at the back of the book if all else fails.

These are more difficult riddles for kids and are designed to be attempted by children from 10 years onwards, as well as participation from the rest of the family.

It is a perfect activity book for kids who like problem solving. These activities can be shared with the whole family.

This book is one of a series of puzzle books for kids. The aim of all of them is to stretch children’s brains through kids riddles and puzzles. They are kids books designed to challenge children to think laterally and more creatively.

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Anonymous says:

Great to stump Grandpa and Friends! My father likes to come over and “torture” his grandkids with riddles. One of his favorites “What two coins makes 55 cents and one is not a nickle”……The kids get frustrated and angry with him when he finally gives in and tells them it’s a 50 cent piece and a nickle! They argue that one isn’t a nickle and he chuckles and says exactly “ONE isn’t a nickle” He did this to me growing up and now carries the tradition on with them. Well, I decided to help them out and arm…

Anonymous says:

Russian Roulette? Maybe not use that one… This book is good with one minor flaw.. there was a questionable riddle that I would not consider family friendly. See attached photo.

Anonymous says:

No hyperlinks make Kindle version cumbersome I am reviewing the Kindle edition specifically. Content-wise, I’m happy with the purchase, but the formatting makes this quite cumbersome to use.There are no hyperlinks in the text connecting the riddles in the front of the book to their answers at the back of the book, so every single time you want an answer to a riddle you will have to go to the back of the book and manually find the corresponding riddle number to find the answer. Even if you bookmark the page where the answers…

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