The New York Times Will Shortz Presents Sunday Kenken - by Tetsuya Miyamoto & New York Times (Paperback)
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"About the Book KenKen--called the most addictive puzzle since sudoku--is also the first puzzle in ""New York Times"" history to run alongside the traditional crossword puzzle. This collection offers 300 easy-to-difficult games. Book Synopsis KenKen has quickly be the successor to sudoku that the world's been waiting for! And the New York Times is bing America's favorite place to get their KenKen fix. Now, in addition to appearing the the daily editions of the Times, KenKen will be printed in the Sunday Times Magazine as well. Now you can solve KenKen 7 days a week! This second New York Times edition of KenKen contains 300 larger Sunday-sized 5x5 and 7x7 puzzles with How to Solve instructions and an introduction by puzzlemaster Will Shortz. The puzzles use all four mathematical operations and increase in difficulty like they do in the Times. Review Quotes ""[Will Shortz] is the crossword king."" --Steve Kroft, ""60 Minutes ""The prince of crossword puzzlers."" --""Greenwich Magazine ""The Riddler's got nothing on Will Shortz."" --""Time Out New York ""Will Shortz is [the crossword book world's] John Grisham."" --Martin Arnold About the Author TETSUYA MIYAMOTO, the creator of KenKen, is a math teacher who runs a unique mathematics class for grade school children in Japan where he practices The Art of Teaching Without Teaching. His teaching method and use of KenKen in his classroom has proven extremely successful. His students regularly go on to be accepted at the most prestigious schools in Tokyo. WILL SHORTZ has been the crossword puzzle editor of The New York Times since 1993. He is also the puzzlemaster on NPR's Weekend Edition Sunday and is founder and director of the annual American Crossword Puzzle Tournament. He has edited countless books of crossword puzzles, Sudoku, KenKen, and all manner of brain-busters."



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