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Parrot Word Power Sleuth Puzzler - cover

Parrot Word Power Sleuth Puzzler

Virinia Downham

Publisher: Lulu.com

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If you like Parrots and solving word puzzles you’re going to love the Parrot Word Power Sleuth Puzzler. For crossword and scrabble lovers this is a great way to improve your vocabulary you get to solve 50 word puzzles that all describe a Parrot in a common or not so common way. Enjoy seven beautiful parrot pictures as you work your way through this book. It’s easy and fun. You have 50 word puzzlers to solve. For each puzzle you will get three words that describe a parrot and then you will see a picture with a scramble of letters. Unscramble the letters to work out what the right answer is. Warning – This is addictive you can spend hours working your way through these parrot puzzlers. If you fancy yourself as a Word Sleuth that loves parrots you are going to be as happy as a parrot eating a pear reading and solving the Parrot Word Power Sleuth Puzzler. All the answers are at the end of the book but you spoil the fun if you peek.

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