Kw-logo-smaller

All-Star Sports Puzzle Books Review

All-Star Sports Puzzle Books: Hockey by Jesse Ross
Courtesy of Raincoast Books
All-Star Sports Puzzle Books Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Feb 03, 2009
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

How well do you know your sports? Kidzworld’s reviews a fun collection of All-Star Sports Puzzle Books that’ll keep you entertained for hours.

Author: Jesse Ross

In Jesse Ross’s collection of All-Star Sports Puzzle Books, you’ll find all kinds of ways to test your knowledge of your favorite sport. Choose from one of four books—Basketball, Hockey, Baseball and Soccer—and challenge your memory of stats, players, teams, awards, lingo and general sports trivia.

The Games

For puzzles, you’ll find word searches, crosswords and wordplay. You can unscramble popular sports lingo, and match players to their teams, awards or nicknames. The books contain several different games that let you fill in the blanks, including adding the missing letters to players’ names and finishing popular game phrases. For instance, can you finish this popular phrase? “There’s no ‘I’ in ____?”

The Trivia

You and your friends can test your sports smarts with one of the many trivia pages. You’ll find true or false, multiple choice, Q and A, player quotes, famous firsts and more. For example, True or False? “Yao Ming is married and has nine children?”


The Bottom Line

Some of the games, puzzles and trivia questions are easy, while others are hard. You have to know about national, international and college leagues in order to ace these puzzle books. They make the perfect rainy day activity and a great gift for sports fanatics of all ages.


All-Star Sports Puzzle Books Rating:
5


Related Stories:

  • NFL Gridiron Trivia Challenge
  • Stormy Seas: Brainteaser Puzzle Review
  • Stanley Cup Facts and Trivia
  • Sports Lingo
  • >
    >

    readers voted!

    Comments

    there are 0 comments

    Please login or register to add comments


    like this article?
    Sign up now to get more just like it!

    latest videos

    F1104445835250

    What Was The First Hockey Puck Made From?

    • A piece of coal.
    • A burnt cookie.
    • A piece of frozen cow crap.
    • A piece of wood.

    related stories

    Random in the forums

    Kirarin12
    Kirarin12 posted in General:
    28
    reply 19 minutes
    AlphaT
    AlphaT posted in Debating:
    "CabeAlmighty" wrote:Yes I am a christian and yes the death penalty in the Bible stands strong. Cause when Judgment day comes, he will send those who didn't work in his will, to eternity in hell. He won't show mercy anymore because he already did before, enough to send his son to sacrifice his life for us. Yeah and that's all good and gravy. But what did Jesus say? Jesus said to forgive those who wrong you/ Jesus said that we should turn the other cheek. When it comes to The Death Penalty in The Bible, Jesus ended the capitol punishment in the Mosaic Laws.
    reply 23 minutes
    9bella
    9bella posted in General:
    27
    reply 25 minutes
    9bella
    9bella posted in Debating:
    Depending on the person yes.  If they love  saying them go ahead plant one but if its a person you've  never met or never say yo mama's it could defenitley be offensive. Like I said  it all depends on the person
    reply 27 minutes
    Team Audi #46
    Team Audi #46 posted in Debating:
    If you get offended by a "Yo Mama" joke, you deserved it. Only way you could run into it is by you choosing to look at them or somebody jokingly saying it. The original purpose of "Yo Mama" jokes is to get offended. They were used to instigate fights so that person could "swing first." You are intentionally trying to aggravate someone when you say it.  If someone is saying it jokingly to you, then you must know that person. They know what your mother is like in real life and they know how you are. They know you won't get offended by it. Now, if they don't know you personally like that, then they are inconsiderate. That person should know before hand what the status of your mother is before even conceiving the idea of saying it.  And I mean seriously, they are pretty childish. You should know not to entertain the situation and just leave. Personally for me, these jokes never struck me. Ever. I know what my mother looks like, how she is. The person that's saying it doesn't. So how can anything they say about her be true? 
    reply 28 minutes

    play online games

    Candy-100

    A great online version of the famous Candy Crush. This is the best game launched...

    Big_icon_(7)

    Have you ever fancied being a ranger like those fantasy characters you love so m...

    Hour-of-code-tumb

    Millions of Students will be doing an Hour of Code with Tynker December 8th-14th...

    Big_icon_(4)

    You run across the city in a car chase with the police officers.

    Big_icon_(6)

    The evil master kidnapped all of your friends!