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All-Star Sports Puzzle Books Review

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


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