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A Beautiful Mind

Dec 1, 2009 By Kristin Ellertson

Terry Stickels is combining his love of puzzles with spreading awareness of Alzheimer’s disease in his new book, The Big Brain Puzzle Book .

Quiz Show

Jun 30, 1997 By Erin Gromen

What in the world can make learning fun? Would you believe—the National Geographic Society? When the staid Washington, D.C., institution wanted to turn the database of questions from its National Geography Bee into a computer game that would appeal to parents and kids alike, it turned to Austin’s Human Code,…

Puzzling

Jun 30, 1997 By Anne Dingus

A cryptic puzzle you’ll utter no cross words about.