Puzzles. I love puzzles, so do my girls; it’s a great opportunity for us to talk as well 🙂 What’s even better? Puzzles of books and libraries! Yep, there is such a thing!
I completed a 1000 piece one last year, framed it, and before I could hang it on my wall one of my girls had already swiped it and put it in their room!
So I bought that same puzzle, again. As well as another one that seems to be a matching set. Also a 500 piece one called “Bizarre Bookstore”, and it really is.
These puzzles are made by Ravensburger, and they are the best puzzles I have ever seen (and I have finished a lot of puzzles). The pieces are heavy, fit together good, and don’t fall apart.
Do you love puzzles, or hate them? I always hear people respond in one extreme or the other.
I used to like them when I was a kid, but not I prefer mysteries which are in themselves a kind of puzzle, right? Just give me all the pieces to put them together (a crime, a theft) and I’m happy as a clam!
I got here because your post is featured on WordPress’ “Freshly Pressed” in the books category. Congrats! 🙂
I love the analogy about the mystery stories! I love mysteries too, and the more surprised I am at the end, the better! I really appreciate all the twist and turns some writers put in.
Thanks for letting me know about “Freshly Pressed”, I never would have caught that! Super Happy 🙂