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Spiroglyphics: Rock Heroes

Thomas Pavitte
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Thomas Pavitte

Spiroglyphics are a totally original idea from the twisted mind of genius puzzle-designer Thomas Pavitte! Spiroglyphics are even more incredible than anything he has done before. At first glance, spiroglyphics appear to be nothing but simple spirals. But if you look a little closer you'll see that the spiroglyphics are in fact two spirals, joined at the middle, and varying subtly in width as they wind to the centre. It's only when you pick up a pen and start to colour them that they come alive. As you fill in the lines you'll find yourself creating surprising, eye-popping portraits of musical icons such as:· David Bowie · Michael Jackson · Amy Winehouse · Beyoncé · Elton John Fun to create and amazing to look at, the Spiroglyphics will blow your mind, and make amazing artworks for your wall!

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I'm a Celebrity... Where's Kiosk Keith?

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The Telegraph: All New Cryptic Crosswords 11

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Cracking Mathematics

Colin Beveridge
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Colin Beveridge

This comprehensive guide covers the history and development of mathematics, from the Ancient Egyptians and Pythagoreans to key figures such as Galileo, Dodgson, Babbage and Lovelace through to contemporary work of the 21st century. It tells of the remarkable stories that have shaped mathematics and also features sections on how maths can be used to solve the mysteries of the universe, what the Prisoner's Dilemma is as well as Fermat's Last Theorem amongst many more.Accessible, well-informed and fully-illustrated, this is a book that shows perfectly just how varied and fascinating mathematics is as a subject.

Ilex Press

The 1000 Dot-to-Dot Book: Wonders of the World

Thomas Pavitte
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Hamlyn

The Telegraph: All New Cryptic Crosswords 10

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Cryptic crosswords from the Telegraph are the most popular around, and this bumper collection will both frustrate and delight in equal measure. Perfect for any spare moment, and completely addictive, these puzzles are certain to test your thinking to the limit.

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The Telegraph: All New Quick Crosswords 10

Challenge yourself with this new collection of fast and furious quick crosswords from the UK's best-selling quality newspaper. Quick in name, but not always by nature, you'll have to draw upon all of your vocabulary skills to solve these!

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Ilex Press

The 1000 Dot-to-Dot Book: Icons

Thomas Pavitte
Authors:
Thomas Pavitte
Ilex Press

The 1000 Dot-to-Dot Book: Masterpieces

Thomas Pavitte
Authors:
Thomas Pavitte

After the phenomenal success of the 1000 Dot-to-Dot series, for his fourth outing author and artist Thomas Pavitte takes on the challenge of recreating some of the world's finest works of art - all in 1000 dots!20 masterpieces by the likes of Van Gogh, Michelangelo and Hokusai are rendered in exquisite line drawings for you to complete yourself. Not only will you discover the satisfaction of seeing each artwork come to life as you join up the dots, but once you've finished, the perforated pages make it easy to tear out your masterpiece ready to be proudly displayed!

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The Telegraph All New Codewords 4

One of the Daily Telegraph's most successful puzzles, the daily Codewords puzzle has won thousands of fans since its introduction in 2003, because it is unique in testing both vocabulary and numerical skills, as well as being hugely addictive! Each grid contains numbers that correspond to a letter of the alphabet, and with the help of a handful of solutions, the puzzler must crack the code.

Ilex Press

The 1000 Dot-to-Dot Book: Cityscapes

Thomas Pavitte
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Thomas Pavitte

In The 1000 Dot-to-Dot Book: Cityscapes, Thomas Pavitte takes his incredible 1000 Dot-to-Dot series to the urban jungle.Tackle the iconic skylines and landmarks of Paris, New York, London, Venice and many more besides, and experience the cities of the world in a whole new way as each one comes to life beneath your pen.

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The 1000 Dot-To-Dot Book: Animals

Thomas Pavitte
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Catherine Gray

Catherine Gray is an award-winning writer and editor. Her work has appeared Cosmopolitan, GLAMOUR, the Sun's Fabulous supplement, Stylist, Marie Claire, YOU, Women's Health, Grazia, the Guardian, Shortlist, The Pool, BBC Earth, Emerald Street, Heat and the Daily Mail.When she's not writing, Catherine can generally be found trying to do crow pose in yoga and failing, watching low-brow TV meant for American teens, chatting up cute dogs in the park, or spending money on holidays when she should be saving it.Find out more about Catherine Gray on Twitter and Instagram @unexpectedjoyof.

Colin Beveridge

Colin Beveridge can't understand why maths isn't the most popular subject on the planet, and spends his life trying to make it so. After a PhD from St Andrews, he worked on NASA's Living With A Star program before returning to the UK in 2008. When he's not writing, teaching, or speaking about maths, he's looking after his young sons or running on south Dorset's excellent cycle path network.

Michael Powell

Michael Powell studied English Language and Literature at Manchester University before spending three years at The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, training to be an actor. He then spent five years as an internationally unknown professional actor and musical director. In 1996, Michael entered publishing and became assistant editor at BCA for two years. In 2001, Michael became a freelance writer and editor. Since then, he has established a reputation for writing a wide range of books for adults and children.

Thomas Pavitte

Thomas Pavitte's unique talent is creating activity puzzles that result in something truly extraordinary. His 1000 Dot-to-Dot books and Querkles colouring books have become international best-sellers, enjoyed by creative puzzle fans the world over, with millions of copies in print.Constantly exploring new graphic ideas, Thomas lives in Melbourne, Australia, and shares his work at thomasmakesstuff.com.