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Train Your Brain Mind Games

Frank Coussement and Peter De Schepper

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ISBN: 9781623540876
Train Your Brain Mind Games
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  • Paperback
ISBN: 9781623540876

Publisher Description

This newest addition to the Train Your Brain collection includes more than 150 unique visual puzzles in a variety of styles that will stretch, engage, and entertain. These puzzles go beyond your average word search or crossword and include brainteasers, binariosi , golf mazes, letter blocks, anagrams, word pyramids, connects, doodle puzzles, sudoku, and more.

Author Biography

PeterFrank was founded in 2000 by Peter De Schepper and Frank Coussement. Their internationally registered trademark, BrainSnacki , stands for challenging, language-independent, logical, and high-quality puzzles and mind games for kids, teens, and adults.

Promotional "Headline"

Unusual puzzles take difficulty to new heights, asking puzzlers of all skill levels to flex their mental muscles and give their grey matter a workout.

Excerpt from Book

Introduction Do brainteasers or computer games have a positive impact on brain activity? The answer is a resounding "yes." For the last fifteen years we have known that the brain is elastic and it remains so until late in life. Its structure develops constantly as a reaction to your experiences. The more your brain is stimulated, the better your mental condition will be. An active brain is a better brain. Proverbial wisdom says "a healthy mind in a healthy body." So you are in control of at least part of this equation. Tests have shown that physical exertion stimulates neurogenesis: those who exercise make significantly more brain cells, which are also granted a longer life. More brain cells ensure better brainpower and better long-term memory. Brain sport at its best. This book offers a huge variety of puzzles that will exercise your brain. The puzzles test logical insight, the ability to concentrate, and memory and knowledge. Puzzle solving will not give you a super brain, but you willl learn kills for remembering things better and give certain brain activities an extra boost. If you can't solve certain puzzles, don't look up the answers--just try again later. Finding the solutioin is much more fun than knowing the solution.

Product Details

Charlesbridge Publishing,u.s.
156 Puzzles for a Superior Mind
Country of Publication
United States
Frank Coussement, Peter De Schepper
Publication Date
Short Title
The Train Your Brain Mind Games