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The Natural History Puzzle Book

Discover the natural world with these perplexing family puzzles!

Dr Gareth Moore The Natural History Museum



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Carlton Books Ltd
02 June 2020
Can you tell a stegosaurus form a diplodocus? Do you know which bone goes where in the human skeleton? Can you help translate a Dolphin's clicks into English?

Discover why space is silent and what makes cypress trees fire resistant as you work your way through over 100 puzzles inspired by London's Natural History Museum and created by Dr Gareth Moore (author of 2018's bestselling puzzle book, The Ordnance Survey Puzzle Book, and Brain Games for Clever Kids).

With puzzles ranging from easy to challenging, this collection of wordsearches, nonograms, spot-the-differences and bridges has been carefully curated to be fun for the whole family. Whether you're testing your dad's knowledge, quizzing a friend or working on a first puzzle with a child, there's something for everyone.
By:   Dr Gareth Moore, The Natural History Museum
Imprint:   Carlton Books Ltd
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 238mm,  Width: 170mm, 
ISBN:   9781787393264
ISBN 10:   1787393267
Pages:   224
Publication Date:   02 June 2020
Recommended Age:   From 9 years
Audience:   General/trade ,  Children/juvenile ,  ELT Advanced ,  English as a second language
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Dr Gareth Moore is one of the world's leading puzzle-setters, with more than 750,000 book sales to his name. He is the author of more than 75 international brain-training titles including the best-selling puzzle book The Ordnance Survey Puzzle Book, which has sold more than 120,000 copies in the UK. He is also the creator of Brained Up, a cutting-edge brain training site offering scientifically designed daily sessions to help you make the most of your brain. The Natural History Museum is a world-famous institution home to more than 80 million specimens spanning billions of years. It attracts more than 5 million visitors each year and aims to challenge the way they think about the natural world - its past, present and its future.

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